The BlackBerry PlayBook ably showcases RIM's powerful new mobile operating system, but its middling size diminishes many of its best features.
The executive in charge of the Blackberry PlayBook has resigned from his role with the troubled company.
CEO Thorsten Heins said he wasn't satisfied with the experience.
BlackBerry is planning a sequel to the PlayBook tablet -- while the new Z10 has the best launch the company's ever seen.
The latest quarter showed a surprising rise in PlayBook shipments, suggesting a hint of life for the once-mocked tablet.
commentary Research In Motion's next-generation operating system may have more than its fair share of challenges, but it doesn't face the same problems as the ill-fated tablet.
The 3G model of the BlackBerry PlayBook is now available in the UK.
The tablet is in short supply at several outlets. You can still get it, however, at Amazon, OfficeDepot, and RIM's own online store.
The software upgrade to RIM's BlackBerry tablet adds security and some minor fixes.
The next generation BlackBerry tablet will launch next week and won't need Wi-Fi to connect.