A new image has been leaked of the first BlackBerry 10 'superphone', which RIM apparently believes is the "ultimate communication device" - a bold claim from the company that brought us the PlayBook.
RIM's share price is still sliding, despite its long-overdue change in senior management - but will leaked details of its leaner, more focused product range help to renew confidence in the company?
Research in Motion has now renamed its next generation operating system from BBX to BlackBerry 10 thanks to a previous claim to the BBX brand by another company.
As both its market share and share price fall, RIM is in desperate need of new products to secure its future. An image has been revealed claiming to show exactly that: a next-generation BlackBerry.
Despite Adobe announcing yesterday they would halt active development of the mobile Flash plugin, licensees such as RIM are still forging ahead with updating Flash on their platforms.
As RIM's share price continues to fall, the company has shared some some information on its next-gen BBX smartphones - although it's anyone's guess if RIM will be around long enough to release them.
BlackBerry's owner has had a terrible year - and it's not over yet. RIM's share value dropped below a significant barrier this week, one which may signal an irreversible decline for the company.
Blackberry maker Research in Motion has announced its new operating system, BBX, that it says combines the best of its Blackberry platform with the QNX OS which powers the Playbook tablet.