Posted by Shirley Brady on January 31, 2011 12:15 PM
The Black Beetle — "it's coming." Got it. Motorola also released its Super Bowl teaser spot today — one that tweaks Apple's iconic 1984 Super Bowl spot introducing the Macintosh.
Moto's "Goodbye 1984" spot promotes Motorola's Xoom tablet with a teaser pitch: "2011 looks a lot like 1984. One authority. One design. One way to work. It's time for more choices. It's time to explore. It's time to live a free life." Below that, BlackBerry also released a video touting its non-Super Bowl play: the PlayBook tablet for business.
RIM released the following advance look at some of the "unique business features" that will be available on the BlackBerry PlayBook, including BlackBerry Bridge, multitasking, Flash technology and secure access to business applications such as flash-enabled Dashboards from SAP Business Objects:
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