RIM has fully unveiled its new operating system, BlackBerry 10, today at BlackBerry World 2012 in Orlando, Florida. The new OS isn't expected to be available on any consumer devices until later this year, but the company's given a quick demo that shows new widgets, a new touchscreen keyboard, and new gestures. Be sure to stay here for more information on the OS and the developer tools as we hear them.
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RIM has revealed that BlackBerry 10 full touchscreen devices will have a 1280 x 720 resolution, and devices with the traditional portrait QWERTY keyboard will also have a traditional square screen at 720 x 720.
Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins lays out the new plan for his company.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins has said that as BlackBerry 10 enters its final stages of testing, the company is looking at how to deploy it in other areas, saying that "the platform can be licensed."
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins says that his company lacks the "economy of scale" of larger phone makers and may need to license BlackBerry 10 with a reference design.
BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha apps are now being accepted into BlackBerry App World as new development tools are rolled out.
Renders alleging to be of the rumored BlackBerry 10 'Colt' device running Facebook app have arisen at N4BB.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins mentioned at the company's annual shareholder conference today that BlackBerry 10 will add video chat support in BBM.