Video: BlackBerry PlayBook Steroscopic 3D Demo

We know that Mobile World Congress 2011 ended last week, but, one of the cooler videos to come out of of the show was TAT’s demo of a stereoscopic 3D app displaying through the HDMI port of the BlackBerry PlayBook.

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Video: Scrapbook App Created By TAT For The BlackBerry PlayBook

The closer to the launch of the launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook that we get, the, the better the applications that will come out for it start to look.  This Scrapbook App by TAT is sweet…

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RIMarkable Recap: Our Top Stories From The Week Of Nov. 30th

UberTwitter 1.0 Officially Released –  One of the most popular third party Twitter clients for the BlackBerry was released after an 18-month beta peariod.

BlackBerry App World Surpassed 15,000 Apps

Research in Motion Discontinued ICQ for BlackBerry — Research in Motion discontinued it’s official ICQ client for BlackBerry…

BlackBerry Falls To Number 2 In U.S. Smartphone Market Share

Research in Motion Sues Kik Interactive for Patent Infringement –  RIM is taking the company behind Kik Messenger to court…

BlackBerry Overtakes the iPhone in Mobile Internet Usage –  Believe it or not, the BlackBerry surpasses the iPhone when it comes to mobile internet usage…

Research in Motion acquires The Astonishing Tribe –  RIM acquires Swedish UI design company The Astonishing Tribe (TAT)

Research In Motion Acquires Mobile UI Company TAT (The Astonishing Tribe)

Research in Motion announced this morning that they have acquired mobile UI (user interface) company TAT (The Astonishing Tribe) who will bring their talents in mobile interface design to the BlackBerry PlayBook and BlackBerry smartphones.

For those who don’t know, TAT is renowned for their innovative mobile user interface (UI) designs and has a long history of working with mobile and embedded technology. TAT focuses on delivering great user experiences, from a design, technology, and usability perspective. Their design technology is used today in a variety of industries including the consumerelectronics and automotive sectors.

To check out some of TAT’s work, head over to but they are probably best known for the UI on the original Android device, the T-Mobile G1…