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RIM’s PlayBook May Play Nice With Android Apps

February 14, 2011 No Comments

Research In Motion has become a relative underdog on the mobile scene, but it may have come up with a bold way to get back some of its mojo: hooking up its forthcoming tablet, the PlayBook, with the Android Market. On top of that, it appears RIM might be undercutting the competition on price. One concern that still has some analysts fretting, though, is the possibility that it might have a short battery life.

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