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RIM focuses on future with BlackBerry 10

Tony Bradley | May 2, 2012
RIM president and CEO Thorsten Heins seemed upbeat and optimistic giving his first ever BlackBerry World keynote this morning. While some--myself included--have questioned whether or not RIM has a future at all, RIM demonstrated throughout the keynote that it believes the future is bright, and it's called BlackBerry 10.

Assuming BlackBerry 10 is delivered on time, and that the real-world hardware and software deliver an experience close to what RIM demonstrated on stage, it seems to me that RIM will regain some of its lost relevance and keep its place among the top three or four mobile platforms rather than fading into oblivion.

 

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