Daily Archives: October 30, 2010

New SDK From RIM Allows Developers to Create Adobe AIR Applications for BlackBerry PlayBook

• SDK integrates new extensions for Adobe AIR that have been highly optimized for the BlackBerry Tablet OS
• Developers can immediately begin building uncompromised applications for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet
• Early feedback from developers highlights ease of development and high performance

Research In Motion (RIM) launched the new BlackBerry® Tablet OS SDK for Adobe® AIR® at the Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles. The new Software Developer Kit (SDK) enables developers to quickly and easily create AIR applications for the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet using Adobe’s powerful, familiar and industry-leading development tools. With the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR, developers can leverage the uniquely powerful capabilities of the BlackBerry Tablet OS, as well as access all of the richness of Adobe AIR, to deliver incredibly engaging and high-performing AIR applications for the BlackBerry PlayBook.
Read the rest of this entry »

Leave a comment

Posted by on October 30, 2010 in Blackberry, RIM (Blackberry)



WD announced that the company is shipping the world’s largest capacity SATA hard drive. As the latest addition to its WD Caviar® Green™ family of SATA hard drives (photo), the new hard drives deliver up to a massive 3 terabytes (TB) of storage capacity on a single drive. WD is leading the industry in capacity for SATA hard drives by utilizing 750 GB-per-platter areal density and Advanced Format (AF) technology.

WD Caviar Green drives are an eco-friendly storage solution with WD GreenPower Technology™, which reduces power consumption by enabling lower operating temperatures for increased reliability and decreases acoustical noise for quiet operation. The WD Caviar Green 2.5 TB and 3 TB hard drives are designed for use as secondary external storage and next-generation PC storage in 64 bit-based systems.
Read the rest of this entry »

1 Comment

Posted by on October 30, 2010 in WD (Western Digital)