The clock is ticking on Research In Motion’s BlackBerry 10 release. As 2012 rounds into the home stretch, the Waterloo-based company has just a few months before its day of reckoning arrives. There’s a lot riding on its arrival, to say the least, meaning the company will be under more scrutiny than is the norm […]
The release of Research In Motion’s BlackBerry 10 OS has been changed ad nauseam that we’re not even sure the company will survive to see the day it actually hits consumer’s hands. As it stands, we’re looking at an early 2013 release, but even then things are liable to change considering RIM’s recent track record. […]
It’s nice to see what everything looks like overall, and to see what the experience will be like, rather than being treated to just a few short glimpses. The UI looks decidedly BlackBerry, with some added next-gen flare, of course. And, as is customary in newer smartphones, there seems to be a personal assistant style app built-in to the OS.
If you’re excited for RIM’s new platform, you’ll definitely want to peek at what’s coming up. We know that the hardware will be solid—it’s the software that we’re still very curious about.