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RIM introduces a new Web-based app platform.
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BlackBerry's next-gen OS, BBX, will be for smart phones and tablets, bringing together the best of the BlackBerry and QNX platforms.
RIM releases a software developer kit in aim to get traditional Web programmers creating apps for the BlackBerry PlayBook.
Mobile application developers are being courted by BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) with a swell of new tools, free application submissions and new money-making opportunities.
RIM took a few of us by surprise this week by announcing its first ever tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook. Donald Bell, our resident tablet expert, joins us to discuss it and what it means to the mobile industry. We also talk about Windows Phone 7, 4G LTE, and a weird Sony Ericsson accessory.
RIM makes its long-awaited move into tablets with the BlackBerry PlayBook, a lust-inducing new device which has at its heart a completely new operating system.
BlackBerry maker opens its annual developer conference in San Francisco by introducing its PlayBook, which it calls the first professional tablet.
Civil suit alleges that Pacific WebWorks and others are ripping people off with fake work-at-home ads using Google's name and unauthorized credit card charges.