Almost in the same breath that RIM announced it'd purchased video editing company JayCut, it's also said they're letting go of 11 per cent of its employees, which equates to around 2,000 jobs. The top tier of employees is also being reshuffled, with its COO retiring—no sign of one of its two CEOs stepping down as… »
While Obama and colleagues have admitted to owning iPads, it's the BlackBerry PlayBook which the US government has chosen to be the first certified for governmental use, under the FIPS 140-2 certification. Presumably for security reasons, and not because of its apps. [BGR] »
RIM's next OS could look a lot more slick, if rumors about them working with You i Labs are correct.
The wackily-named Canadian design company created HTC's beautiful Sense interface, which has been used on both WinMo and Android products
. Correction: You I has nothing to do with HTC or HTC Sense. »
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… »