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The tablet wars are heating up: RIM is halving sales forecasts of its PlayBook tablet, as Amazon is readying its Android tablet to shake up the tablet segment. Meanwhile Apple keeps selling iPads like crazy.
On 20 June, Research In Motion's BlackBerry Playbook will become the first non Android or Apple tablet to enter the Australian market. But will the PlayBook be a fast seller or a failure?
With a 10-inch screen, white exterior, and thinner bezel, RIM's PlayBook 2 may turn out to be the Apple product BlackBerry stalwarts have always wanted.
Research In Motion, manufacturer of BlackBerry mobile devices, has launched a new app for the BlackBerry PlayBook that allows face-to-face video calling, similar to Apple FaceTime. It also announced the release of the BlackBerry Balance app.
Apple iPad owners still have no Facebook application, but BlackBerry PlayBook owners will this month and it includes quite a few features. Video Chat is coming this week too.
In order to present a compelling tablet OS platform to enterprises and consumers alike, RIM needs to ally itself with two of the strongest players in their respective spaces: Cisco and Amazon.
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Research in Motion releases comparison video of its Playbook and the Apple iPad, generating buzz although the tablet remains a mystery.
When Jim Balsillie, co-CEO of Research in Motion, walked on to the stage at the Web 2.0 Summit earlier today, he disappointed some folks, myself included.
RIM revealed the BlackBerry PlayBook today and looks to be challenging Apple head on in the tablet space. 2011 looks to be an exciting time for mobile device fans looking for something between a smartphone and a laptop.
The Apple App Store playbook is starting to come into view. The game appears to revolve around managing perception and backing Apple into a corner if you're a developer on the fence. Apple has its own playbook to play defense.
Taking a page from Gateway's retail playbook, Apple Computer Inc. is preparing to set up shop with a bricks-and-mortar outlet in downtown Palo Alto, Calif.
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