Posted by A Ocean on September 29, 2010 ·
Apple reinvented the Tablet computing landscape with its Tablet iPad, competition soon followed with Dell launching Streak, Samsung joined the fray with Galaxy Tab, Blackberry became the latest entrant with its PlayBook tablet launched earlier this week.
We bring you a feature comparison of these four models
Posted by A Ocean on September 28, 2010 ·
Blackberry PlayBook Tablet
At the BlackBerry Developer Conference in San Francisco yesterday , Research In Motion’s CEO Mike Lazaridis announced the company’s new tablet named PlayBook. The Tablet PC will hit US stores early next year and with rollouts after April in the rest of the world.
The PlayBook will run on an OS created by the recently acquired QNX, it will be called BlackBerry [...]
Posted by A Ocean on September 22, 2010 ·
Research In Motion
If reports from Wall Street Journal are to be believed,Research in Motion (RIM) could showcase the world its tablet as early as next week, at a developers’ conference in San Francisco.
According to earlier rumors the Tablet PC is to be christened BlackPad, the rumors got more credibility when RIM registered blackpad.com. The touch screen tablet will measure 9.7 inches, akin [...]
Posted by A Ocean on August 9, 2010 ·
Rumor mills have been working overtime about Blackberry maker RIM( Research In Motion) plans to introduce its tablet PC which will take on Apple’s iPad. Adding credence to the rumors is report by Bloomberg News ( citing two people familiar with the company’s plans) which says that RIM is expected to launch a touchscreen tablet computer in November, which will work closely [...]
Posted by A Ocean on August 1, 2010 ·
Rumors about Blackberry makers RIM (Research In Motion) coming out with a touch-screen tablet similar to Apple’s iPad got more credibility when RIM registered blackpad.com.
The latest on Blackpad comes through two anonymous sources saying RIM’s Blackpad is coming by November– and it’s coming to take on Apple’s iPad. The new device will run the as-yet-unreleased [...]