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The new version of RIM's PlayBook OS is out today, finally bringing native email to the ailing tablet.
If at first you don't succeed, they say. Still, although PlayBook owners will now have much of what they were hoping for in the first version, they're not getting everything.
The PlayBook is due next week, bringing native email, as well as the ability to run Android apps. But is it too little too late?
The latest verson of RIM's PlayBook OS could trickle out to users as soon as early next week, according to various reports.
RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, released in April 2011, will receive an over-the-air software update in February that will bring native apps for e-mail, contacts, and calendar.
At CES 2012 Donald Bell takes a look at the new OS for the BlackBerry PlayBook, which adds new features for e-mail and calendars.
Mockups of new features for Firefox OS 2.0, due later this year, are staring to emerge. Here's a look at its updated interface.
Mozilla's modernized mobile OS is catching up to Apple and Google rivals with improvements necessary to carry Firefox OS beyond its bare-bones roots. Copy-paste and find-my-phone tools patch significant shortcomings.
Research In Motion says in a blog post that it's waiting for the operating system to "fully" meet the expectations of developers and end users before launching it.
Yes, the updated software now gives you access to e-mail, but tablets should do a whole lot more. Does the PlayBook offer anything the iPad or an Android tablet doesn't? Not really.