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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1308d ago | news

PlayBook free per Android App says desperate RIM

SlashGear - RIM’s VP of developer relations Alec Saunders has offered up free PlayBook tablets to Android developers today in exchange for their apps. All they’ve got to do is make sure they’re signed up and have submitted their Android app to BlackBerry’s BB AppWorld by the 13th of February. If your humble narrator didn’t know any better, it would seem that RIM is desperate not only to get rid of their remaining stock of the PlayBook BlackBerry tablet, but to get Android users interested in working with them, no matter the cost. (Android, Blackberry PlayBook, Gadgets, RIM)

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