BGR has a video of the BlackBerry PlayBook in action and it looks pretty smooth. The video shows off the Playbook's app multitasking, the general user interface and answers questions on how it'll work with current BlackBerrys.
Anyone thinking the BlackBerry Playbook was doomed to be vaporware, this should ease your mind. At Adobe's MAX conference today, the business-minded tablet got some time in the spotlight to show off its out-of-the-box Flash and AIR capabilities.
The BlackBerry tablet is here, and it looks astoundingly nice. Nicer than anybody expected it to be. Here's what you need to know about the PlayBook, in 10 easy steps.
Many assumed—rightly so—that RIM would be using some form of OS 6.0 on its upcoming "BlackPad" tablet, but the word on the town is that they'll actually be using a completely new tablet platform, based on QNX's microkernel-based OS, which they acquired from Harman International back in April.
Production of the BlackPad has been handed over to Quanta Computer (makers of Apple, Dell, Sony and Panasonic hardware) in Taiwan according to a Chinese report, with the purported price said to be $499 when orders ship in September. It could all be hogwash, but the Apple Daily report is also claiming two million units…
Been wondering about that BlackBerry tablet device you have been hearing about lately? We have some exclusive information to share with you. We have confirmed with multiple sources that the 8.9″ BlackBerry tablet will be strictly a "companion" device.