After several delays, Research in Motion announced this morning that it will officially launch BlackBerry 10, its next-generation phone platform, next January.
BlackBerry 10′s web browser has just leapt neatly over a huge hurdle, one of Facebook’s home-brewed tests for mobile browser performance.
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Scratch Instagram from the list of brand name applications making their way over to RIM’s BlackBerry 10 platform.
Editor’s Pick BlackBerry 10 is late. Late for its originally scheduled release date, and even later to a mobile revolution that some say has already been won by Google and Apple. But the word “late” doesn’t seem to be in RIM’s lexicon.
BlackBerry 10, the hyped mobile operating system that could resurrect the Research in Motion brand, is still months away from reaching consumers. Thousands of developers, however, were given early access to the platform to build BlackBerry 10-ready applications.
Research in Motion beat Wall Street expectations with the results of its fiscal second quarter of 2013 today, and investors have responded by shooting the company’s stock up 16 percent in after-hours trading.
To get developers and consumers interested in BlackBerry 10, RIM is turning to bosting its App World catalog and bribing potential developers.
Research in Motion has just released a strange music video serenading BlackBerry developers and encourages them to stick with RIM for its new BlackBerry 10 operating system.
With prospects dicey, RIM may look to license Blackberry 10 to hardware partners. But that may be the wrong strategy.
You’d think that with a new chief executive in charge, BlackBerry maker RIM would be making some sweeping changes to revitalize its ailing smartphone business.
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Research in Motion, the mobile device company in desperate need of a hit, apparently shunned the summer acquisition advances of e-commerce and hardware behemoth Amazon.
You’re going to have to wait almost a year to get your hands on a new BlackBerry 10 phone.
It seems that Research in Motion can’t even name an operating system properly without stumbling along the way.