Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 1st May 2013 22:40 UTC
General Development "BlackBerry 10 is completely different from previous BlackBerry operating systemsâ€"with good reason. Its core assets come from a company named QNX, which Research In Motion acquired in 2010. Blackberry 10 features include 'live tiles' that dynamically refresh with new information, as well as a revamped keyboard and security upgrades. But what really makes or breaks a phone is the quality (and quantity) of its third-party apps. So what we'll do here is look at the programming API. That will give us a good grip on what app developers can do with the platform."
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RE: Meh
by Nelson on Wed 1st May 2013 23:28 UTC in reply to "Meh"
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I'm not so pessimistic about BB. We've yet to see numbers from them, but if they have an acceptable start then I think they'll be able to avoid death, and maybe even carve themselves a niche.

BB seems to be ticking all the boxes and doing all the right things to kick start an ecosystem. I hope it works, they bring interesting ideas to the table.

I also wonder how BB will fare against Windows Phone and Nokia.

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