RIM or Research in Motion retail partners have begun cutting down the prices of the company’s BlackBerry Playbook tablet just to cope up with the low market sales.
Jim Balsillie, RIM co-CEO confirmed that these price drops are expected after the company reported just 200,000 units of Playbook shipped into channels during the first year of availability. According to a report from BGR, Rogers employees were able to buy the BlackBerry Playbook for just $250.
The company (RIM) offers three types of its tablet, a 16GB, 32Gb, and 64GB entry-level model, all versions are . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Playbook Slashed Down Prices Due to Unimpressive Sales
A company owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has filed a grievance next to Google, Apple, Facebook, and other companies claiming that they have desecrated copyrights linked to search, multimedia, screen pop-ups and database management.
Last Friday, Aug. 27, the Interval Licensing filed the copyright lawsuit in U.S. District Court of the Western District of Washington. The companies named in the lawsuit are Aol, Apple, eBay, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Staples, Yahoo! and YouTube.
David Postman, a spokesman for Allen said that the four copyrights cover some skills connected to search, multimedia, . . . → Read More: Google, Apple, Facebook and Other Sites, Filed Sue by Microsoft Co-founder