Linked by David Adams on Mon 26th Jul 2010 01:13 UTC, submitted by Al Sacco
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless CIO.com highlights a number of new multimedia features in RIM's new BlackBerry OS, which used to mostly business-focused.
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RE: As always
by Morgan on Mon 26th Jul 2010 13:15 UTC in reply to "As always"
Morgan
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2005-06-29

From what I've seen of Android devices lately, that trend may be changing. I've seen some impressive Java apps on Android, approaching the level of some of the best iOS apps.

I think the problem is more of a lack of dedicated and talented programmers for the BlackBerry platform. The language itself isn't necessarily to blame.

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RE[2]: As always
by reduz on Mon 26th Jul 2010 15:56 in reply to "RE: As always"
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2006-02-25

Android allows C/C++ too. Blackberry is the only smartphone that doesnt and the quality of the apps is proof of how bad that decision was.

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