Back when the BlackBerry PlayBook was introduced, a lot of people (including myself) were upset at the fact that it didn't include native email or calendar apps. To help out with its own problem, RIM released the BlackBerry Bridge app for its BlackBerry smartphones. This was great for every single subscriber on every carrier that served up BlackBerrys. Except for AT&T.
The carrier has finally decided to raise the customer service bar, though, and has approved BlackBerry Bridge for use on its network. This means you can now use your Torch to have email and a calendar right on your PlayBook, and you can even use your smartphone's internet connection for use on the tablet, as well.
You can go snatch up the Bridge app from the BlackBerry App World right now.[AllThingsD]