BlackBerry PlayBook Now on Sale at Sprint, as Update 1.0.5 Is Pushed Out

As well as Best Buy, Staples and OfficeMax, Sprint is now selling the 16GB Wi-Fi version of the PlayBook, for $500. This comes as a new software update was pushed out yesterday, pre-loading the Facebook app and adding an in-app payment system plus Wi-Fi hotspot detection. You mean to tell me these features weren't… »6/08/11 4:50am

AT&T Isn't Letting Users Download BlackBerry Bridge, Here's How to Get It (Updated)

For some silly reason, AT&T is not supporting BlackBerry Bridge—the lifeline of the BlackBerry PlayBook. Remember, in order for the PlayBook to access email, contacts, and calendars, it needs to be "bridged" to a BlackBerry via the BlackBerry Bridge app. Without access to BlackBerry Bridge, AT&T is effectively… »4/19/11 10:40am

Hey Look, it's April 19th, Which Means the BlackBerry PlayBook is on Sale Now

You can saunter on in to Best Buy, OfficeMax or Staples today, or surf over to RIM's site now, and pick up the 16GB Wi-Fi PlayBook tablet for $500, or the 32GB model for $600 or even the 64GB model for an extra hundred notes. Don't forget that the 3G and 4G models will be coming later in the year, along with Android… »4/19/11 4:20am

RIM Flounders When Asked Why People Should Buy Their BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet

Promising that "we will have an over the air email client to announce very very soon," RIM Co-CEO Jim Balsillie also spoke of the reaction to the PlayBook tablet in the first wave of reviews. Labelling that it wasn't "fair" reviewers suggested they rushed the tablet out too fast, he also failed to convince the watcher… »4/15/11 4:00am