Speed tests: iPad 2 vs. PlayBook Video
RIM introduces its new PlayBook tablet, but it seems too magical to be true. Plus, Internet wiretapping and a singing dog. It's Buzz!
RIM President and Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis introduces the BlackBerry PlayBook. A 7 inch touchscreen tablet with web browsing, multi-tasking and even Flash!
The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet ably showcases RIM's powerful new mobile operating system, but its middling size diminishes many of its best features.
The U.S. government wants expanded wiretapping powers, TechCrunch says the Google Voice app is already approved for Apple's App Store, and RIM unveils the PlayBook tablet for "professionals."
The tablet wars are heating up after RIM's recently announced PlayBook, and the new Apple TV is getting shipped out. All that and more on this week's Apple Byte.
Dialed In catches up on CNET's latest tablet and phone reviews including the BlackBerry PlayBook and the LG G2X. And of course, we dish the top wireless news.
Learn how to use RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to present PowerPoint documents over the built-in HDMI connection.
Natali Morris takes a first look at the BlackBerry PlayBook from CES 2011.
This week we talk about CDs going the way of the dodo, the PlayBook Black Friday deal, Google Music going to 11, and according to nobody, the iPad 3 will be able to fly. Oh, and Karyne loses a Twitter follower over her Google TV digs.
We're bringing you a tablet war that has nothing to do with Apple or Android and where size doesn't matter. It's a Prizefight punch-out between the BlackBerry PlayBook and HP TouchPad.