SlashGear: RIM is apparently expecting shipments of one million BlackBerry PlayBook tablets in Q1 2011, with the first models being WiFi-only and 3G. According to DigiTimes‘ industry sources, RIM looks to be positioning Motorola’s Android-based XOOM tablet as its primary target; previous leaks suggested Motorola was expecting initial shipments of up to 800,000 XOOM units.
Engadget - We all know things aren't exactly looking bright over at RIM's Waterloo HQ, but, thankfully, that's not keeping the company from taking care of its current and very valuable customer base. How so? Well, earlier today the BlackBerry maker announced its official Video Store application is now live in Canada's App World, giving the PlayBook crowd a hub to buy / rent "thousands" of movies and TV shows.
MobileSyrup - Here it is! The much talked about launch of RIM’s 4G LTE-enabled BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is upon us. This tablet was originally announced back at Mobile World Congress in 2011, but subsequently delayed.
Engadget - Back in 2008, a nifty little box of tricks elbowed its way onto the market -- the Tonium Pacemaker. A gadget about the size of an OG PSP, with a complete DJ set-up hidden inside. It was a brave idea, and one that was fondly received.