Archives for


BlackBerry PlayBooks Outsell the New iPad in the UK

RIM has just concluded the BlackBerry 10 launch event by launching the BlackBerry Z10 and the Q10 smartphones. And nothing sets the tone right for an announcement like a bit of good news going your way. For RIM, this good news is coming from the UK where a recent survey has shown that its very

RIM’s Playbook 4G Finally Making its Appearance

If some of you have completely forgotten about the 4G Playbook, then it is time to wake up. It seems that the almost forgotten BlackBerry 4G Playbook is finally going to make an appearance next week. RIM is going to launch the 7-inch tablet on Canada’s Bell network. Apparently a document that was leaked and


iPad Mini: Rumors Suggest a Quite Affordable 7-inch Tablet

The iPad mini rumors are going on for some time now. With the advent of the BlackBerry Playbook, the Google Nexus 7 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7, rumors have started to take concrete shapes. Add to that the fact that the mini tablet market is fast becoming a lucrative option for manufacturers, which Apple

Android Coming To RIM/Blackberry Playbook Next Month

RIM is recovering from a really bad quarter. The Waterloo Canada based company missed their mark for Playbook sales badly.  They are preparing a major update and overhaul to their flagship tablet. The long awaited update to the Blackberry Playbook tablet will bring native email, calendar, contacts and the Android app player. Once the Android

Sprint’s Playbook Play: CANCELLED

The Silicon Alley Insider is reporting, by way of the Wall Street Journal, that Sprint has decided to cancel plans for a 4G Blackberry Playbook. The Blackberry Playbook 4G has been rumored for the last 6 months and was supposed to come out this summer.  After a bunch of delays, Sprint has officially pulled the

Russian Government Considering PlayBook or Android, iPad Banned?

According to the Financial Post the Russian government has growing concerns with the security options available on Apple’s iPad. According to reports the Russian government is looking for a tablet platform for it’s government workers that is more cryptographically secure.  RIM’s Playbook, Android or a device built by a Russian agency are all in contention