Get touchy with BlackBerry 10

The first phase of the Oracle v. Google trial heads to jury, Facebook adds an organ donor feature, and the next BlackBerry has a "freakishly smart" touch-screen keyboard.

In today's show, it's time to get touchy with BlackBerry, bite your nails over courtroom drama, and share your spleen on Facebook:


Research in Motion showcased the new BlackBerry 10 operating system and its new touch-screen keyboard. Senior Editor Brian Bennett called the keyboard 'freakishly smart, and it was as if the device could read his mind.

On Facebook, you can now add organ donor information to your timeline. To add it to your profile, select life event, and find it under health and wellness.

The first phase of the Oracle v. Google trial heads to jury. Google argues it used Java fairly when creating the Android operating system.

And send a quick free $5 gift card to a Facebook friend with Wrapp.

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