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RIM Commits to Supporting Android Apps on the PlayBook

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Mar 25, 2011, 9:47 PM

hope HP follows suit

If HP can incorporate an android runtime environment and access to the market on their webos products, they might actually have a glimmer of hope to survive. I love webOS, but fighting the tidal wave of android is a losing battle. If you can't beat em, emulate em.
I think WebOS is great, far superior to Android....but then....OS/2 was great as well....I got a feeling that in the long run WebOS is going to turn out to be exactly like OS/2, a great operating system that just got lost in the mix and never caught o...

Mar 25, 2011, 1:20 PM

Now if...

They can price the thing at $499 or less WITHOUT a carrier agreement and give it HDMI out, they'll have a winner.
Indeed, I have been thinking of an Android tablet but those all seem to require a carrier contract, if the Blackberry Playbook will support all the Android apps PLUS Blackberry App World without a carrier contract....the best of all possible worlds an...

Mar 24, 2011, 5:51 PM

Great news

This is great news for all, some users now will consider playbook as an option not just for business 🙂

http://www.mobilewiseguy.com »
Very smart move. One that should make the Playbook sell well.
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