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BlackBerry wants you to know (again) that it isn't dead, and it's launched a more crossplatform-oriented version of BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) to prove this.
BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) is one of the world's most most popular text chatting services. A version for Android and iPhone was introduced last month, and an iPad one was introduced today.
Airlines in the U.S. recently began allowing passengers to use tablets and other electronic devices during all phases of their flights, and European airlines will soon follow suit.
Last week, the FAA rescinded its long-held policy that prevented airline passengers from using tablets when the plane they were on was taking off and landing. At this point, four airlines have moved to allow what people have been asking for for years.
Over a third of adult Americans own a tablet, and almost a quarter of them own a eReader, according to the Pew Research Center's Internet Project.
A cross-platform beta of BlackBerry Messenger is now going out to select iOS and Android users. Read more from Brighthand.
An analysis of which tablets are being used to access web sites in N. America has found that the Apple iPad is the predominant platform by a huge margin. This caused Apple CEO Tim Cook to publicly question what rival tablets are being used for.
There's another nail in the coffin of the PlayBook II: the person at BlackBerry who was responsible for the first version is leaving the company.
The second quarter of this year saw a continuation in the decline of sales of all PCs, which analysts from Gartner say was brought about by increasing interest in low-cost tablets.
In January, the CEO of BlackBerry said his company's tablet would be getting an upgrade to the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. Today he rescinded that promise.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has tasked an advisory panel of industry, pilot-union and government representatives to take a look at the guidelines regarding electronic use during various phases of airline flights.
While neither BlackBerry or Nokia have actually announced plans to bring out a tablet, executives from both of these smartphone companies have hinted that it's a possibility.
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