RIM becomes BlackBerry, launches Z10
The long awaited day has arrived, with the launch by Waterloo, Ont.-based Research in Motion of the BlackBerry Z10 and its new OS, BlackBerry 10.
- — Nestor Arellano (@NestorArellano)Wed, Jan 30 2013 06:48:46BB10 launch day: What's at stake for RIM - http://www.itworldcanada.com/news/bb10-launch-day-whats-at-stake-for-rim/146673 …nada.com/news/bb10-launch-day-whats-at-stake-for-rim/146673
- — Shane Schick (@shaneschick)Wed, Jan 30 2013 06:41:25I don't think I've ever seen such an outpouring of online goodwill for a technology product launch in my entire career. #BB10
- — Brian Jackson (@brianjjackson)Wed, Jan 30 2013 06:58:20
- — kady o'malley (@kady)Wed, Jan 30 2013 07:00:46Final word of advice to RIM: You really don't have to be cool. You do have to be awesome. Govern yourselves&my telephonic future accordingly
- — Brian Jackson (@brianjjackson)Wed, Jan 30 2013 07:21:21RIM's definition of "true mobile computing" is realtime connection to the Internet of things and people around you #BlackBerry10
- — Dave Webb (@cwceditor)Wed, Jan 30 2013 07:28:11
- — Jeff Jedras (@JeffJedrasITW)Wed, Jan 30 2013 07:29:46
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