RIM finally made BBX, the name of its next-gen BlackBerry operating system, official. However there's one small problem: There's already an operating system called "BBX." The company who makes it, Basis, is suing RIM over its trademark.
RIM's official @BlackBerryDev Twitter account has announced that the "BBX" name has been replaced by "BlackBerry 10." The move comes tonight in the wake of a US court decision in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in which the court decided to granted a temporary restraining order against RIM. The request came from BASIS, which has sued RIM over the BBX trademark, arguing that the company has been using it for its own operating system since 1985.