* RIM co-CEO sees new offering changing mobility landscape * Describes QNX as a future-proof, game-changing platform * Pitches open field for publishers, carriers; eyes autos * Company faces a tough sell to a skeptical audience By Alastair Sharp NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The iPad may have defined the game, but Jim Balsillie is convinced the BlackBerry PlayBook will transform it. Balsillie, RIM's tech-minded co-CEO, says the PlayBook and the QNX architecture powering it mark ...
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