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Four years after the PlayBook, BlackBerry has another go at making a tablet, this time one with with a $2,000+ price tag, hardware from Samsung and software from IBM.
Updated: Take a tour of BlackBerry's most iconic handsets, from 2000's mobile connectivity-less 957 to the latest crop of BlackBerry 10 devices.
BlackBerry is rolling out fixes for dozens of flaws affecting software and components in Q10, Z10 smartphones and its PlayBook tablet.
BlackBerry held their Q1 2013 earnings call today and there didn't seem to be anything there but bad news, including disappointing BB10 sales, confirmation they shouldn't have made PlayBook promises and more.
BlackBerry said bringing its latest platform to the PlayBook wasn't worth the time and effort given the other company's opportunities.
I have never been a diehard BlackBerry user, but a couple of years ago, the PlayBook and Bold 9930 combo appealed to me. It looks like the fresh UI and usefulness of BlackBerry 10 may be grabbing hold of me again.
After the launch of the Z10 smartphone, speculation turns to whether BlackBerry should offer a follow-up to its PlayBook slate, despite lackluster sales.
BlackBerry 10 is just around the corner, but before it arrives take a look at the handsets that made RIM a titan in the enterprise space. Will its next batch of handsets be enough to get businesses and consumers back on side?
The launch of RIM's new BlackBerry 10 handsets and operating system is just around the corner; here's what you need to know.
UPDATED: RIM shipped approximately 6.9 million BlackBerry smartphones and 255,000 PlayBook tablets in Q3.
RIM's BlackBerry 10 devices are slated to hit the shelves early next year, but how will businesses be able to manage a fleet of the the new devices alongside the old?
RIM's new operating system will need to score with consumers and business, tablets and smartphones. It's not going to be an easy feat to achieve.
RIM has updated its nearly year-and-a-half-old tablet to include mobile data connectivity. But will the device be able to cut it up against newer, faster 4G devices?
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.
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The list of vendors preparing business-minded, consumer-lovable tablets includes HP, Samsung, and, it can be argued, Microsoft and the entire Windows 8 ecosystem. Whether they will succeed in knocking out the iPad is a much tougher call.
Sorry for the pessimism, folks, but RIM's hopes that the addition of LTE will bring the PlayBook tablet back from the dead are about as farfetched as the Easter bunny winning the U.S. election this year.
There may well be a new 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook winging its way to Canada and the US, but will it ever make it to the UK?
I can't say I completely understand the moves made by RIM over the past year and releasing a PlayBook with integrated cellular data surprised me.
The BlackBerry maker has little hope of a turnaround now — its revenue is dropping and people aren't buying its devices. So what pushed the smartphone once-leader into a corner?
RIM's dramatically overhauled BlackBerry OS is betting on a new virtual keyboard with nifty word recognition to help it make a splash when it arrives later this year. But does it deliver on its promise?