Research In Motion's once-mighty BlackBerry brand is fast losing all relevance in the market. Stifled out by the likes of iOS and Android, it seems to have plummeted down to a level from which even BlackBerry Messenger cannot dredge it from. But just when you might have thought that was it, one particular developer has created a mod which allows iOS apps to run on the almost-forgotten PlayBook tablet.
It's been rumored on and off for a few weeks now, but today RIM finally confirmed that its upcoming PlayBook tablet will indeed support apps built for Google Android.
Things just got real folks! At their big event today, HP finally announced its swanky new tablet to the world, and it's a beauty! Called the HP TouchPad, the tablet is the result of Palm being absorbed into the world of HP with webOS beating at the heart of the device. With more sliding and swiping than you can throw a stick at, this new version of Palm's webOS brings the software up to version 3.0 and it's never looked so good.
2011 is going to be the year of the dual-core smartphone according to industry website DIGITIMES.
Research In Motion (RIM) today has announced a new product to compete with tablets like Apple’s iPad, and tons of other Android based tablets with their very own PlayBook, the BlackBerry Tablet. With 1Ghz Dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 1080p HD video playback and HDMI output, this tablet blows away the competition out of the water.