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BlackBerry 10 jumps the shark with tiered service fees

BlackBerry 10 jumps the shark with tiered service fees

Those of you out there with a BlackBerry device know better than anyone that the platform carries with it not just support from the carrier, but from teams of restless developers and software heroes working with RIM, as well. This week at their third-quarter 2012 earnings call the heads at RIM released information on how BlackBerry 10 will deal with the Service Fees that are associated with RIM offering support to users all along their contracts with carriers - and the news is not being received well.

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Nokia and RIM ink patent agreement after anti-BlackBerry WiFi ruling

Nokia and RIM ink patent agreement after anti-BlackBerry WiFi ruling

Glad-tidings, peace, and goodwill: Nokia and RIM have gulped down some of the festive spirit, announcing a patent license agreement which has the holiday bonus of settling all ongoing legal action between the firms. The deal, specifics of which are being kept confidential, will involve RIM shelling out a one-time lump sum and then making ongoing payments to its new Finnish friends.

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BlackBerry 10 gets vote of confidence in UK (including 4G model)

BlackBerry 10 gets vote of confidence in UK (including 4G model)

BlackBerry 10 may not have convinced the analysts or the market yet, but RIM's new platform has at least secured itself some space on UK shelves, with the key operators confirming they'll be offering the first devices come 2013. EE - plus combined brands Orange and T-Mobile UK - have thrown their lot in with BlackBerry 10 (including confirming that there will be 4G support), as well as O2 and Vodafone, while Three has also confirmed it will have RIM's next-big-hope in its stores.

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BlackBerry 10 L-Series fondle video sticks around for the duration

BlackBerry 10 L-Series fondle video sticks around for the duration

It's not every day you get to see a smartphone that's not meant to be on the market for weeks ahead of the showing, but that's exactly what we're seeing today courtesy of an intrepid leakster holding an L-Series BlackBerry 10 device clear as day. The video you're about to see has the device compared in relative detail to the Dev Alpha B smartphone that we've seen several times before and is compared to the iPhone 5 in a momentary glance - they may look similar with just a peek. What's perhaps the most interesting element in this video is not the contents, but the fact that RIM has allowed it to stay online for so long - it's been up for nearly a day at this point: perhaps pointing toward RIM's acceptance of the press, no matter the source.

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BlackBerry 10 L-Series flaunted in video walkthrough

BlackBerry 10 L-Series flaunted in video walkthrough

It's not just photos the BlackBerry 10 L-Series is showing up in today; the officially unannounced but unofficially oft-leaked smartphone has cropped up in a new hands-on video, flaunting its curves next to RIM's developer devices. Handiwork of Vietnamese minxes Tinhte, the video demonstrates some of what makes BlackBerry 10 special, including the new multitasking functionality, the ease of jumping to notifications and new messages, and the pared-back UI.

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RIM updates BlackBerry 10 developer program

RIM updates BlackBerry 10 developer program

RIM has announced new updates to its developer program today that it hopes will drive enthusiasm for its BlackBerry 10 platform. One of the big changes to the developer program is that the BlackBerry Dev Alpha program has been expanded to include a new BlackBerry Dev Alpha C test device for developers. The interesting aspect of this particular bit of testing hardware is that is designed for developing using a physical keyboard.

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RIM stock closes up after analyst predictions for BlackBerry 10

RIM stock closes up after analyst predictions for BlackBerry 10

RIM has quite a few big months ahead of it. We now know that BlackBerry 10 will be launching at the end of January (provided it isn't delayed again), and even though we're not sure how well it's going to fare, it's clear that RIM needs BlackBerry 10 to succeed. According to The New York Times, today Jeffries analyst Peter Misek gave BlackBerry 10 a 20 to 30% chance of success, and though that sounds pretty grim, that analysis actually sent RIM's stock price up.

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BlackBerry OS 10 shown off in 10 minute video tour

BlackBerry OS 10 shown off in 10 minute video tour

Research in Motion's upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphone is a source of contention, with RIM CEO Thorsten Heins predicting a successful entrance amidst critics proclaiming that the BB phone will flounder. No matter which side of the debate you sit, you can check out the phone's sleek operating system thanks to a video posted over at Muy Computer, giving us a ten minute glimpse into the OS. The video is in Spanish, but don't let that stop you.

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BlackBerry 10 sales “not too long after” January reveal insists COO

BlackBerry 10 sales “not too long after” January reveal insists COO

The first two BlackBerry 10 smartphones will go on sale "not too long after" they're officially revealed on January 30, RIM's COO has insisted, countering speculation that retail launches could drag significantly. The new devices will be 100-percent ready by the time of the unveil, Chief Operating Officer Kristian Tear told Reuters, in contrast to the BlackBerry PlayBook launch which saw the tablet publicly revealed months ahead of software finalization.

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