Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st Feb 2016 22:09 UTC
Android

Speaking with The Economic Times of India, Damian Tay (Senior Director for Product Management, BlackBerry Asia Pacific) described the new Priv as "essentially our transition to [the] Android ecosystem. As we secure Android, over a period of time, we would not have two platforms, and may have only Android as a platform [for smartphones]. But for now, we have BB10 and Android platforms for our smartphones."

If those comments somehow left you in any doubts about the company's intentions, Tay continued: "The future is really Android. We went for Android essentially for its app ecosystem. In addition, all the enterprise solutions that we have been doing have been cross-platform for a long time now. So it's a natural progression towards Android."

Just in case you thought BB10 had a future.

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Traitors :-)
by -pekr- on Tue 2nd Feb 2016 19:50 UTC
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2006-03-28

Traitors! How long will we have to live with the stupid Java heritage? :-)

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RE: Traitors :-)
by Kochise on Wed 3rd Feb 2016 20:24 in reply to "Traitors :-)"
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2006-03-03

As long as coders favors these kind of languages and/or are unable to learn another one. A platform without applications is a dead platform.

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