Research In Motion wants programmers to make apps for the BlackBerry PlayBook so badly that it's handing out the tablets for free. Oddly, the PlayBook giveaway could have less to do with the tablet than it does with future BlackBerry smartphones.
Research In Motion (RIM) this week revealed a limited-time offer that aims to bolster sales of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to enterprise customers. Between now and Dec. 31, BlackBerry business customers who purchase two PlayBook ... Read Post
Less than a month before its first tablet computer goes on sale, BlackBerry maker Research in Motion announced that its PlayBook tablet will support applications written for Android, the operating system that powers many smartphones... Read Post