Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Oct 2011 21:02 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless What many of us wondered the moment Research In Motion announced the PlayBook's QNX-based operating system has now transpired: the Canadian smartphone and tablet company has announced BBX, their QNX-based operating system for both smartphones and tablets - in other words, the expansion of the PlayBook operating system into smartphones.
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by Moochman on Wed 19th Oct 2011 04:51 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: ..."
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As stated in the main article, most other platforms have this kind of eyecandy (even 3rd party). Its wasted effort to compete with the same every other platform has. I really miss the innovation there.

There is nothing like that eye-candy available on Android, except if you count games. Even WP7, for all its elegance, doesn't pack that kind of bling.

Somehow I get the sense that we watched different videos. To my eyes, that demo suggests we are entering a new world of fluid, animated interactions unprecedented in current computing platforms. And all you guys can see is "been there, done that"?

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by Gestahlt on Wed 19th Oct 2011 08:53 in reply to "RE[3]: ..."
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You have good points there and partly convinced me that this thing might not be that useless after all.

It´s just that this thing doesn´t get my blood boiling like BareMetal OS or Reactos does (for different reasons).

I love new user interfaces and experiences but stylish end user tablets are nothing i consider the invention of the century.

Maybe im expecting the future today and in the end it has sometimes to be done in small steps but sorry, i dont see a milestone there.

Edited 2011-10-19 08:54 UTC

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