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Rovio has launched Angry Birds Space HD for Blackberry Playbook tablet.
Good news to Blackberry Playbook owners, you can finally play the latest Angry Birds game installation, in your tablet. Rovio has released Angry Birds HD for Blackberry Playbook.
“Angry Birds Space features 60 interstellar levels on planets and in zero gravity, resulting in spectacular gameplay ranging from slow-motion puzzles to lightspeed destruction. With regular free updates, brand new birds, brand new superpowers, and a whole galaxy to explore, the sky is no longer the limit!”
To purchase this game version, check out the Blackberry App World and buy the game for $2.99.View Article Source »
Adobe is now pushing updates for their Flash Builder and Flex framework to develop apps for iPhones, iPads, and BlackBerry PlayBook.
Adobe is now updating its application development software product, Flash Builder, and the open source, Flex framework, to enable developers build applications for iPhone, iPad and Blackberry Playbook. That is following the support for the Android platform that was added last April.
The Flash Builder (4.5) and Flex (4.5) are offered as stand alone products of Creative Suite 5.5 Web Premium and Master Collection. Flash Builder also supports application development for Android, Blackberry PlayBook and iOS. Now, developers can use Adobe to create apps that can work across the web, desktop and various tablets and smartphones — granting them the ability to reuse almost all of their existing codes and use common logic across all platform.Read the rest of the article »
The BlackBerry PlayBook may be plugged as a “strictly for business” tablet, but it seem that the “serious” PC tab might be getting some fun after all.
Shortly after Facebook and video chat apps for the BlackBerry PlayBook has been announced, RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis confirmed today that Rovio’s Angry Birds will be also be available for the PlayBook this summer.
The hugely popular (and addicting) Angry Birds game, according to Reuters “has become something of a rite-of-passage for mobile devices, having topped the charts for both iOS and Android among others.”
Whether Rovio will be charging for the app for PlayBook or not, has not been announced yet.
Meanwhile, RIM also announced the BB Bold 9900/9930, the company’s “thinnest smartphone yet”, also to be available this year.View Article Source »
It's the rule of demand and supply. Apple demands, everyone must supply. Unfortunately it's at the expense of the BlackBerry Playbook tablet.
Looks like there’s another way of trumping the competition other than excessive marketing efforts. According to a Chinese trade website, Digitimes, the launch of the BlackBerry Playbook tablet has been delayed. Thanks to manufacturers that are still occupied dealing with Apple iPad 2’s demands. Digitimes claims that the BlackBerry Playbook tablet has been delayed for […]Read the rest of the article »
It's now official! The upcoming BlackBerry Playbook will support Android Apps. Are you ready to grab your BlackBerry tablet on April?
Research In Motion confirms that its upcoming BlackBerry Playbook will support BlackBerry Java and Android Apps. Last January, there were reports that RIM was working to make its devices compatible to Android Apps. This was due to the manufacturer’s desire to accommodate the existing Java environment.
But last Thursday, BlackBerry manufacturer extends its gratitude to two new “app players” that offers application run-time environment for Android 2.3 apps and BlackBerry Java apps. And now, users can download applications of both platforms from BlackBerry App World, and run them on the QNX-based Playbook. Moreover, RIM will also support game engines from Ideaworks Labs and Unity Technologies.
So now that the rumors were confirmed, are you going to grab a BlackBerry Playbook next month?View Article Source »
There’s the iPad, the Galaxy Tab, the upcoming BlackBerry Playbook and Acer Iconia, plus several more Android tablets. With a fast-increasing number of choices made available to the market, buyers are now given a harder time in selecting the best tablet PC for them.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs may, after all, be right in his statement during the launch of iPad 2:
“2011 will be the year of the copycats.”
Apple’s big boss was obviously referring to products coming off the assembly lines of rival companies like Samsung, RIM, LG, Motorola and HTC, which are also betting big stakes on PC tablets.Read the rest of the article »
Officially today, RIM opens up to pre-orders for the BlackBerry PlayBook in three different versions, starting from $499.99.
The Playbook measures 7 inches, making it smaller (and lighter) than the iPad, and a little bigger than Samsung Galaxy. It has a 1024×600 WSVGA capacitive LCD touch screen, a 1 GHz dual-core CPU, 1 GB of RAM memory, a 1080p HDMI output, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It also has two cameras: a 5-megapixel camera on the back, and a 3-megapixel one on the front for video chats.
For $499.99, buyers will get the tablet’s16 GB version, while the 32 GB and 64 GB varieties are available at $599.99 and $699.99, respectively.
The BlackBerry PlayBook is scheduled to be available on April 19.View Article Source »
Oops! Something just slipped from a RIM's mouth. According a source, BlackBerry PlayBook will support Android apps. Is this for real?
Last month, there were reports that Research In Motion is working hard to add Android apps support for their BlackBerry PlayBook. And after that, strikingly similar news emerged as well.
It was also during the Mobile World Congress last month that a RIM rep was caught on video during a BlackBerry PlayBook hands-on saying, “We will also support Android apps when we release the Dalvik engine on top of QNX.” But no matter how old the video was, it’s surprising to know that it was uncovered only recently.Read the rest of the article »
Tablets and smartphones took the spotlight at the CES 2011, with Motorola, Samsung and LG showering attendees with dozens of faster and more powerful devices that will reach consumer hands this year.
At this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, tablets and smartphones took the spotlight as Motorola, Samsung and LG showcased dozens of powerful devices. And to make those gadgets run high-definition video streams and online games, mobile service carriers showed off their boosted Internet networks. Ivan Seidenberg, Chief Executive of Verizon Communications, outlined on his keynote the company’s plan to provide faster Internet connection on mobile phones and fiber lines. Aside from Verizon, Sprint Nextel and AT&T are also on a race to attract customers for their ultra-fast mobile networks.Read the rest of the article »
Tablets wars is slowly becoming a deadly game. It is a fierce competition that only the fittest can survive. To edge you up, Gadg brings you a round-up of some of the brands that are likely to become the next iPad killers.
Apple is the brand the redefined the world of technolgy. The company invented the iPod and portable music is never the same again. It was followed by the iPhone which brought huge wave to the mobile phone industry. Recently came iPad, and it turned the field of tablet computers upside down.
The iPad caused so much hyped that people narrowed their tablet choice only to it. Looking at the bigger picture, there are actually hundreds of tablets available in the market today that can compete with the features of the iPad.
To change such iPad mindset, Gadg listed down ten tablet alternatives which are also packed with features but with cheaper price tags.
See the list after the break.
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