RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook sales at one unnamed big box retailer have missed internal sales targets by more than 90%, and has a higher return rate than Motorola's Xoom, according to an unnamed source speaking to BGR.
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Yesterday at DevCon 2010, Research in Motion (RIM) unveiled a new "enterprise-ready" 7-inch touchscreen BlackBerry tablet called the PlayBook. Is this a serious business contender to Apple's iPad?
Carriers are eager to see a challenge to the growing dominance of iOS and Android, but success or failure will, according to one analyst, come down to developers and customers.
When the BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones spoke to Mike Lazaridis, the co-chief executive of Research In Motion, things got interesting when a question was asked about RIM's problems in India and the Middle East.
RIM may be getting ready to pull the plug on the PlayBook's life support machine, according to an analyst with RBC Capital Markets.
RIM CEO Mike Lazaridis has give the first live demo of the upcoming PlayBook tablet at the Adobe MAX conference.
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.
Is there room for RIM's BlackBerry operating system in a mobile space dominated by two players? One analyst believes that expectations may have gotten "overly pessimistic."
RIM has just sent me a statement in response to the anonymous 'open letter' published by BGR earlier today.
RIM to focus on selling PlayBook tablet to BlackBerry users.