In May, BGR heard that RIM's tablet would sport an 8.9-inch screen and would be marketed strictly as a "companion" device, though little has been confirmed as of yet. Except for the fact that the industry has apparently decided that tablets will henceforth be known only as "pads". [MobileCrunch via SlashGear]
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