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UPDATED: RIM shipped approximately 6.9 million BlackBerry smartphones and 255,000 PlayBook tablets in Q3.
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.
Owners of BlackBerry PlayBook tablets can now root the devices in order to run Android apps and access the Android Market.In order to get the process to work, users need to start with a rooted BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
BlackBerry PlayBook loving thieves snatch $1.7 million US worth of RIM tablets in Indiana, just days before Christmas.
The upcoming BlackBerry Mobile Fusion web console will be able to manage not only BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook tablets, but also iOS and Android devices
Box is expanding its cloud computing presence with the addition of some new apps in its repertoire.
The iPad and other tablets have been primarily focused on the email and media experience, but the federal government is more interested in security and utility. The PlayBook just earned certification that could see PlayBooks appearing in the hands of federal employees.
First the XOOM and the PlayBook, and now the TouchPad have gotten poor receptions that show it is hard to build a good tablet. Why is it so hard? Everyone is trying to do too much with their tablets.
Research in Motion recalls around 1,000 PlayBook devices with software issues. Though it's not their biggest disaster, it could have a serious knock-on effect.
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While millions of Android tablets have been sold, there haven't been many confirmations of large public enterprise deployments. Til now.
Speaking of tablets emerging this year, the BlackBerry PlayBook is certainly on the docket, and it might be heading to multiple carriers.
Tablets like the BlackBerry PlayBook or Motorola Xoom may have grabbed the headlines at CES 2011, with the latter picking up CNET's Best in Show award along the way, but Kyoto-based component manufacturer MuRata came up with a nifty way of showcasing it products — by building bicycle and unicycle riding robots.And as regular readers probably already knew, we're a sucker for robots.
Vizio is reportedly prepping tablets and mobile phones to showcase at the Consumer Electronics Show and if it adapts its TV playbook it could be quite disruptive.
Research in Motion's PlayBook is far from being ready for primetime, but the biggest problem for the tablet will be timing. The PlayBook will compete with iPad 2 and next-gen Android tablets.
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ABI Research analyst Jeff Orr weighed in on the prospects of the iPad and the BlackBerry PlayBook, dual-core versus single-core CPUs on tablets, and why netbooks will still reign over tablets for the near future.
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SAP had already made headlines last month when its CIO Oliver Bussmann disclosed plans to deploy as many as 17,000 iPads within the 48,000-employee company. But SAP won't go Apple-only, as Bussmann plans for SAP to be fully "device-agnostic" on tablets.
RIM duly unveiled its PlayBook (aka BlackPad) wireless tablet this week, as reported here, without quite explaining why anyone would buy it. However, it does take the first step towards establishing QNX as the new BlackBerry operating system for smartphones as well as tablets, as I said last week.
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