Crackberry came into some supposed BlackBerry 10 OS screenshots from a tipster, which, among other things, shows off a new widget-centric UI.
BlackBerry sales have been in the toilet, so RIM has been scrambling to get their much-anticipated first QNX-based phones to market. Very smart. But they may be pushing them out without BES/BIS email/calendar calendar support. That would be unfathomably stupid.
Adding to yesterday's five handsets, RIM's got two more BlackBerrys for 2011 according to their MD of global sales and regional marketing, but as to whether they'll use the PlayBook's QNX OS remains to be seen.
While there aren't too many surprises hidden in this leaked roadmap, it's reassuring to see that RIM plans to update its BlackBerry OS in October—could that bring some sweet QNX features?
After acquiring the design firm The Astonish Tribe last year, RIM finally has something to show for it in the form of these scrapbooking and weather apps for the Playbook tablet. They're simple, but also extremely polished and intuitive, taking full advantage of the tablet hardware. Hopefully this is a good sign for…