News tagged ‘bb10’
Tuesday, 10 Jul 2012
Research in Motion (RIM) CEO Thorsten Heins revealed during an interview with CIO that the first full touch BlackBerry 10 device will be launched in January next year, with a QWERTY device following closely behind.
Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012
The newest leaked BlackBerry 10 roadmap reaffirms the early 2013 appearance of both BlackBerry 10 London and Nevada smartphones as well as shed light on the upcoming BlackBerry 10 tablets.
Friday, 29 Jun 2012
As 2012 schedule is "no longer realistic", Research in Motion will only be able to launch BlackBerry 10-powered devices in Q1 2013.
Tuesday, 26 Jun 2012
The latest leaked information reveals Research in Motion's upcoming plans to launch the full-touch L-series and the QWERTY N-series which run on BlackBerry 10 operating system.
Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Blackberry is guaranteeing developers that they will make at least $10,000 in the first year for their "Certified" Blackberry 10 apps.
Tuesday, 1 May 2012
Research In Motion gave a sneak peak of some of the new features of BlackBerry 10 at BlackBerry World 2012. One of the key highlights is the company's unique take on touch screen typing.
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2012
CrackBerry obtained some images of the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system (OS). The new user interface adopts several elements from Google Android and Windows Phone 7 such as the homescreen widgets.
Wednesday, 1 Feb 2012
CrackBerry obtained an exclusive image of the first BlackBerry 10 phone codenamed London. Research in Motion is said to be testing 1.5GHz dual-core processors from TI and Qualcomm on the London.
Friday, 6 Jan 2012
Research in Motion will be showcasing its upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system at Mobile World Congress 2012. It is unclear whether the company will demonstrate the capabilities of the platform on a device.
Friday, 23 Dec 2011
Research in Motion denied allegations that its co-CEO Mike Lazaridis lied about the reason for the delay of BlackBerry 10 devices. A high-level employee told BGR that the actual reason was buying time as the company did not have a working product at the moment.