|By Maureen O'Gara||
|September 26, 2010 07:45 AM EDT||
Competition-tossed Research In Motion could unveil its BlackPad answer to the iPad next week at a developers’ conference in San Francisco according to the Wall Street Journal.
The paper describes the thing the way others have: a seven-inch touch screen with one or two cameras and Bluetooth and broadband connections, but adds that it will only connect to cellular networks through a BlackBerry.
It’s expected to use an operating system built by QNX Software Systems, the real-time embedded operating system concern RIM bought this year that’s supposed to come up with a new OS for its phone too.
Most of the other tablet wannabes will be using Android.
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