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While sales of both the BlackBerry PlayBook and the Motorola Xoom may have been dismal, these tablets generate more web traffic in the U.S. and Canada than all of Amazon's Kindle Fire models combined.
Samsung's much anticipated Galaxy S III was revealed in London last week while RIM held BlackBerry World in Orlando. The HTC One X is also available in stores today and we both love it.
The OS 2.0 update brought support for Android apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook. While many Android apps are available in BB App World, there are still many missing that can be side-loaded onto the device. This is similar to how apps are loaded on the Kindle Fire and B&N Nook Tablet.
There has been a lot of armchair quarterbacking taking place for RIM and if they can get a device like the one rumored at CrackBerry.com then they may still be in the running for the 3rd smartphone platform.
The government should not block social media during times of civil disturbance, the home affairs select committee has said, in a report about the August riots
The communications firm has dismissed as 'entirely inaccurate' a Police Federation report blaming technical problems for a slow response during the disturbances
There is a lot of excitement for the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet, but don't forget to take a look at the BlackBerry PlayBook during this limited time price drop too.
In reality there's hardly any similarity between the two devices.
Could this be the first BlackBerry smartphone running BBX, the fusion platform combining the best of the PlayBook's QNX and BB OS?
A new survey of mobile app developers shows that Apple and Android are still at the top of the pack when it comes to plans for future apps. But Microsoft has vaulted ahead of BlackBerry to take the third position among phone platforms, and Amazon has a hit on its hands with the Kindle Fire.
BlackBerry service has been widely disrupted across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, after a fault at a near-London datacenter.
The Metropolitan Police have said they did not request that services such as Twitter and BlackBerry Messenger be switched off during the UK riots, adding that social media provided useful intelligence
Hacktivism may have surged this year, but it's taking on a new role in the UK riots, including threats of violence.
The official BlackBerry blog has been defaced by a purported Team Poison hacker, who threatened to expose employee data if RIM does not stop helping police identify London rioters using BBM
With RIM's BlackBerry Messenger rumoured to be the mechanism used to orchestrate the riots and looting in London over the last few days, there have been rumours across Twitter about RIM's relationship with UK law enforcement, which RIM answered by stating it would comply with police requests.
BBM tech reportedly used by rioters but RIM says it's doing all it can to help the authorities...
The Metropolitan Police is looking into the use of the Blackberry Messenger instant-messaging service and social media such as Twitter to co-ordinate and incite riots in London at the weekend
London is besieged with rioters; a city under attack by its own people. Is the BlackBerry perpetuating violence?
RIM launched five new BlackBerries at an event in London this morning. We've already seen the new touchscreen Bold 9900 at the BlackBerry World event back in May, so it was the new Torches that caught our attention today.
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