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    If you look carefully at the Verizon training schedule posted on page 6 at crackberry.com and the document from Verizon showing devices and launch dates on page 9 they both show the Blackberry Playbook. Could it be an LTE version?
    08-13-11 08:24 AM
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    RIM says it's developing LTE version of PlayBook tablet
    Dallas Business Journal - by Lance Murray , Digital Content Producer
    Date: Saturday, August 13, 2011, 3:47pm CDT - Last Modified: Saturday, August 13, 2011, 3:49pm CDT
    Related: Technology, Irving, Las Colinas
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    RIM says it is developing an LTE 4G version of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet computer.

    Research in Motion has responded to Sprint Nextel Corp.'s halting development of a 4G BlackBerry PlayBook for its network by saying it will work with Dallas-based AT&T Inc. and Verizon Wireless on an LTE version of the tablet computer.
    Business Insider reported that Canada-based RIM told it that the tablets are being tested now, with a goal of certification this fall.
    Verizon (NYSE: VZ) already used LTE as a 4G technology and AT&T (NYSE: T) will adopt LTE in a few months, Business Insider reported.
    Research in Motion's U.S. headquarters is in the Las Colinas area of Irving.
    AT&T is the second largest publicly traded company with headquarter in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, according to the 2011 Book of Lists, published by the Dallas Business Journal.
    08-13-11 07:19 PM
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