Will RIM unveil its 'BlackPad' today?

Will RIM unveil its 'BlackPad' today?

San Francisco : CA : USA | Sep 27, 2010 at 8:31 AM PDT
Source: CNN
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Research In Motion is the largest smartphone purveyor in the U.S., despite the surging sales of iPhones and Android phones. Research In Motion is known for basically one thing: making reliable smartphones that brought e-mailing from a phone to the mainstream. FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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