A couple of months ago, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins said that the tablet would be obsolete in five years' time. Considering his attitude toward the form factor, it should surprise no one that BlackBerry has decided that the PlayBook won't be getting an update to BlackBerry 10. Speaking during an investor call on Friday, Heins confirmed that the PlayBook users wouldn't ever see BB10 because of concerns regarding "performance and user experience."
Though it's not exactly surprising considering Heins' previous statements regarding tablets, it does contradict earlier plans relayed by the company. Speaking during the launch of BB10 in January, the company said that the PlayBook would be getting BB10. Then again, Heins' opinions seem to have changed rather a lot since the beginning of the year, as that was around the time the CEO said his company wouldn't be leaving the tablet market.
The BlackBerry PlayBook runs on the BlackBerry Tablet OS, which was BlackBerry's first QNX-based operating system. BlackBerry Tablet OS 2.0 was released in February of 2012, and was then replaced by BlackBerry 10.
Unlike Motorola who way back slapped on Android 2.1 on the Motorola Cliq along w/ their horrid Motoblur crap which made it run like a dog and ticked everyone off :-P
Said it since it's first month. FAILED PRODUCT!
Come on! You should have expected this the second they had a fire sale of these. Why would you expect bb10 on this hardware? You are on this tech site because you have a certain amount of knowledge of how hardware works and how it can become obsolete in a day. Moving backwards would probably gain them nothing as you would complain about the stupid move and they would just pay for nothing.
tl;dr - Stop complaining about something that was expected. Your tablet still does a lot and you probs didn't pay much for it anyways.