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According to recent reports, the co-CEOs of BlackBerry creator Research in Motion, Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie, are stepping down from positions they've held for more than two decades. COO Thorsten Heins will now take over RIM.
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Research in Motion’s foray into the tablet market with its PlayBook tablet earlier this year appears to have jeopardized the company's survival. But if the fat lady is singing RIM’s defeat, it’s on a music file that cannot be played outside of iTune
Less than two months after releasing their PlayBook tablet in North America, Research In Motion is preparing to invade 16 new markets, bringing it into more direct competition with Apple's popular iPad device.
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Tech giant Research in Motion announced at its developers conference a new tablet PC called Playbook. Boasting 1080p high-def video, RIM's entry in the tablet PC market is poised to rival Apple's iPad.
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The Playbook tablet has sold over 250,000 units since its launch on April 19.
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Research in Motion's Playbook.
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The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet
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