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10 Tips: Improve BlackBerry PlayBook Battery Life

Get more juice from your RIM BlackBerry PlayBook tablet using these battery-saving pointers.
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While your PlayBook is sitting around and not in use, it is using battery power to look for and connect to Bluetooth connections. If you don't need a Bluetooth connection, turn it off by tapping the Bluetooth icon on the status bar and switching it to OFF.

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