The first handset to run BlackBerry's upcoming BBX OS will be called the Colt, be slimmer than the Bold 9900, and have no buttons.
This morning RIM announced its BBX platform, but not details defining what it is or when it'll come to smartphones and tablets. RIM's product manager for BlackBerry App World sits down with CNET to share some details.
BlackBerry's next-gen OS, BBX, will be for smart phones and tablets, bringing together the best of the BlackBerry and QNX platforms.
Small New Mexico software provider wins temporary restraining order prohibiting RIM from using the mark to describe its new operating system, and the company chooses to rename the product BlackBerry 10.
The BBX name has been trademarked, it turns out, forcing a name change for the next generation of BlackBerry software.
Last week RIM announced its new OS, and now here's footage of it in action, complete with Android apps on a PlayBook!
A new photo has surfaced of a mysterious, stylish BlackBerry phone with an operating system we haven't seen before.
Do you love the Bold's keyboard and screen combo? It may be a thing of the past as the next generation of BlackBerrys sport a look that more resembles the PlayBook.
A small New Mexico company claims that RIM is courting customer "confusion" over its own "BBx" software.
Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis made the case for developers to stick with RIM, saying BBX will combine the best of BlackBerry and the PlayBook tablet.