Popular RIM Articles for 2010
It's not a BlackPad, and it's certainly not a SurfBook. RIM has puts those BlackBerry tablet rumors to sleep by unveiling the PlayBook, a seven-inch tablet (1024 x 600) sporting[...]
In rolling out the new BlackBerry PlayBook this week, RIM co-CEO Michael Lazaridis dubbed the long-rumored device "the world's first professional tablet." And while the PlayBook sports a lengthy list[...]
RIM dominated tablet news this week with the unveiling of the long-rumored BlackBerry tablet, a device RIM describes as "enterprise ready," which they call the PlayBook. Let's take a look[...]
With no major launches or announcement, rumors and leaks dominated the tablet news this week, including the reasons why RIM missed a Christmas launch for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, a[...]
It's been a busy week in tablets, with manufacturers scrambling for both the holidays and CES 2011. This week a couple new tablets appeared, RIM inadvertently droped a hint about[...]
The specs of the BlackBerry PlayBook may have sounded good on paper, but they're proving to be too much for the battery to handle.
Further rumors regarding an HTC Android tablet surfaced this week, including possible specs. Also, BlackBerry maker RIM filed an application for the term "SurfBook" with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
RIM could announce its rumored BlackBerry tablet as early as next week at a BlackBerry dev conference in San Francisco. The tablet is said to run a new QNX operating[...]
Rumors that smartphone-maker RIM is working on a BlackBerry tablet computer jumped up a notch this week when the company purchased rights to the domain name "BlackPad.com". This device will[...]
Could RIM be getting into the tablet computer market? Multiple sources are reporting the BlackBerry maker is creating a device to compete with the Apple iPad. But unlike the iPad,[...]
Rumors that RIM is readying a 7-inch tablet outfitted with Adobe Flash are still unconfirmed, yet these reports seem to make sense in light of evidence ranging from a published[...]
Tablet computers running smartphone operating systems are all the rage this year, and the maker of BlackBerrys apparently doesn't want to be left out. According to reports from Asia, Research[...]
Research in Motion, maker of the very popular BlackBerry line, is reportedly working on a tablet computer that will serve as a companion device this company's smartphones. It will supposedly[...]
RIM certainly hasnt been shy about touting the BlackBerry PlayBooks impressive spec sheet, but this week we learned a few additional details about the BlackBerry tablet. Just like the iPad,[...]
The RIM BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will cost "under $500" according RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie. In an interview in Seoul, Balsillie also announced RIM might sell the PlayBook through both carriers[...]
More rumors have surfaced regarding RIM's BlackBerry tablet, aka the BlackPad. This time, it's the perpetual-rumor slingers at the DigiTimes passing along information that originally appeared in the Chinese-language Apple[...]
Amazon certainly did not waste any time getting on the new BlackBerry tablet. The company announced that the Kindle eReader application will be available on the PlayBook tablet computer, which[...]
RIM is turning to QNX Software Systems for its BlackBerry tablet operating system, a company RIM acquired in April that is best known for automotive and industrial software but counts[...]
RIM is really gunning after the iPad. The BlackBerry maker has released a video showcasing its PlayBook's browser capabilities compared against the iPad.