Forget the rumors you may have read about RIMs alleged tethering restrictions for the companys long-awaited PlayBook tablet.
It seems as if RIM will be launching its long-awaited BlackBerry PlayBook without a suite of "core" native apps
Office Depot just announced that it will also have the BlackBerry tablet for sale on opening day.
Quickoffice has given its Microsoft productivity suite a Honeycomb (Android 3.0) makeover.
We managed to get Android Honeycomb running on the Nook Color. But it's not really a good way to go just yet.
Sure, you can root the Nook Color to unlock more standard Android functionality. But pretty soon you won't need to.
The PlayBook will launch with capabilities to run native apps, Android 2.3 apps, and Adobe Air apps.
AVG Technologies has announced a free antivirus solution for Android tablets.
BestBuy has announced that it will be exclusively selling a Wi-Fi only version HTC's 7 inch Flyer tablet.
BestBuy now has BlackBerry's PlayBook tablet available for pre-order.