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Mobile & Wireless

RIM shows off new apps for BlackBerry 10

Thursday 27 September 2012 | 16:04 CET | News
Research In Motion said it's seeing success with its efforts to bring developers to its upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system. During the BlackBerry Jam Americas conference in San Jose, the company showed off the new software and apps developed for the BlackBerry 10 phones planned for early next year. Its distribution of free prototype devices to developers earlier this year appears to have paid off, as a company survey found that of the BlackBerry developers using the 5,000 Dev Alpha test devices, 99 percent had already started BlackBerry 10 projects. The company showed apps from Cisco, Foursquare, Sencha, Gameloft, Halfbrick Studios, Madfinger Games and Funkoi at the conference. It also confirmed the launch of an updated SDK for BlackBerry 10, adding more collaboration, native feature integration and app sharing opportunities. The BlackBerry Dev Alpha testing units also received an OS update that allows developers to take advantage of the Beta 3 version of the SDKs.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cisco / Foursquare / Gameloft / Research In Motion
Countries: World
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