Tag Archives: Playbook

RIM Plans Blackberry Playbook Exit From Sideloading Android Apps, Says Market Is “Cesspool”

Research in Motion has announced their plans to stop allowing Android apps to be side loaded on the Blackberry Playbook says Alec Saunders, Vice President of Developer Relations for Blackberry. Saunders said that RIM wants to avoid “duplicating the chaotic cesspool of Android market.” RIM’s comments are an obvious dig at the Google Play Android app… Read more

Lenovo IdeaPad and other tablets on sale today

So you’ve been waiting on prices to drop on tablets. You really really want one but just can’t afford it. Well, today may be your lucky day. Looks like the folks over at Lenovo are trying to push their numbers for Q1, at least in terms of IdeaPad A1 sales. Clicking this link here, will take you to the tablet which is being sold for a door-busting $199.20…. Read more

Research In Motion sponsoring 50 developer meetups to promote Android apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook

One of the bullet points for Research In Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook, the company’s very first tablet device, is that they have always planned on running Android applications on it. That’s great for those developers out there who want to keep their development model strictly Android, but wouldn’t mind promoting their applications in other markets. To… Read more

Video: Android App Player for BlackBerry PlayBook demo

Whispers and statements of Android apps running on the BlackBerry Playbook circulated for months until RIM finally announced it would be happening. The press release for the announcement discussed how it would work at a system level, but exactly how the buttons and compatibility issues would be solved hasn’t exactly been discussed in length until now…. Read more

Five days until we make it rain…tablets

Just in case there are a few readers out there that aren’t yet aware of our crazy Facebook giveaway, and in case some of you know but haven’t taken a minute or two to enter, we’re sending out reminders in these last days before the drawing begins. We’re giving away one tablet for every 5,000 entries we receive, people. So a high number of entrants does… Read more