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 settles on BlackBerry 10 screen resolutions: 1280 x 720 and 720 x 720
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RIM confirms BlackBerry 10 'can be licensed' as it enters final stages of testing
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RIM may need to license BlackBerry 10 to beat competition's 'economy of scale'
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New BlackBerry 10 SDKs released as App World goes live for Dev Alpha devices
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Alleged renders of BlackBerry 10 Colt device running Facebook app surface
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BlackBerry 10 confirmed to get video chat in BBM
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins mentioned at the company's annual shareholder conference today that BlackBerry 10 will add video chat support in BBM.
BlackBerry 7 will continue until 'full portfolio' of BlackBerry 10 phones is available
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RIM reiterates BlackBerry 10 hardware plan: fewer devices, QWERTY and full touch models around the same time
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Alleged BlackBerry 10 images show the next version of BBM
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Blackberry 10 app tray revealed (updated)
As we saw in our closer look at BlackBerry 10, the default homescreen is a set of "tiles" that represent a widget-like view of your recently used apps while you can swipe to the left to view the messaging app. As it turns out, swiping to the left reveals a fairly standard list of app icons arrayed in a grid.
BlackBerry 10 screen sharing, video editor, and more hinted at by leaked presentation
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RIM stock price falls to eight-year low following BlackBerry 10 reveal
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BlackBerry 10 devices with physical keyboards to get word-prediction technology
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BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device won't receive official BB10 release, will be exchangable for official smartphone at launch
At today's BlackBerry Jam keynote sessions (a parallel conference to BlackBerry World this year), RIM announced that developers who create a BB10 app and turn in their BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha prototype will receive a "limited edition" final BB10 smartphone in exchange
BlackBerry 10: a closer look (video)
We've taken a closer look at the UI elements revealed during RIM's BlackBerry World keynote and put together a video detailing the major new elements we've seen. Firstly and foremost, RIM is focusing heavily on gestures to move between and within apps. It's all about "flow," as CEO Thorsten Heins put it. While we don't know exactly what "flow" means for how the actual experience of using a BB10 phone, we can put together a good part of the story.
BlackBerry 10 apps reveal the future of RIM's ecosystem
At the BlackBerry World keynote, RIM is currently giving its developer partners an unusually large portion of the spotlight to show off the apps they have built for BlackBerry 10, some in as little as ten days. The apps are designed to show a few things: how easy it is to port apps to BB10 from other platforms, how flexible RIM's developer tools are, and most importantly how the new Cascades framework gives developers a way to create apps that match the look and feel of BB10.
BlackBerry 10 Cascades interface revealed, tools released to developers
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins just officially launched the "BlackBerry 10 Platform," or everything that makes up the development stack for BB10, including many architectural elements of the PlayBook OS. What's new is something that RIM has only hinted at before: Cascades and the Cascades UI.
BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha developer testing device hands-on impressions (update: video)
RIM is giving every developer at the BlackBerry Jam conference here in Orlando a phone, the "BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha developer testing device. It is a device that developers can use to create BB10 apps that look and feel native to the new BB10 platform using RIM's Cascades framework.