Oh my dear berry addicts, looks like the world is abuzz with Blackberry news once again. The bitter sweet fruit that has seen a major downfall in the recent years is finally trying to put its pieces together. New prototypes have surfaced for the upcoming Blackberry 10 phone lineup, which the company is supposedly launching this year.
Research in Motion is hosting the BlackBerry Jam event in a few short days where they plan on giving out a few prototypes of the handset running this OS to developers for testing apps and whatnot.
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Microsoft Lync is ready to hit your portable devices in a fast and swift motion. MS Australia tweeted that they are working on a synergised app for all Smartphone OS’s software becomes available for Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone.
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The war on speculation is over already, RIM acquisition of QNX is finally paid off as the company announces their new Mobile operating system the BBX. BBX will be based on QNX, the current operating system found on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. But, like Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating systems, BBX will be one operating system across devices.
BBX will also bring along the long-promised ability to run Android apps on BlackBerry devices. It will also run native BBX apps, apps developed using Adobe’s AIR software and HTML5 apps.
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Asus has silently intro’d the new Eee Slate B121 for the Enterprise market. Like the Eee Slate 101 this runs Windows 7 Professional on a full fledged Intel Core i5 chipset.
FOr the data conscious it has the Computrace LoJack for remote location and data wipe, and encryption amenities. A price of $1,500 US or about INR 65000 , put it in the price range of a Macbook/ top line notebook. Other features include 12.1-inch Display with 1280 x 800 LED Gorilla Glass display, 4GB RAM, 64GB of storage, dual USB 2.0 ports, mini-HDMI out, SD card slot and 2 megapixel front-facing camera.
Paul Bryan, Microsoft’s senior director of business experiences product management for Windows Phone, has written a blog post that details Windows Phone Mango’s business productivity features.
WIN PHO 7 with added capabilities for IT departments, including complex password support, information rights management support, and the ability to access hidden corporate Wi-Fi networks.
“This week, we expect to exceed 16,000 apps available in the Windows Phone Marketplace,” Bryan.