RIM has unveiled BlackBerry BBX, its next generation mobile platform that takes the best of the BlackBerry® platform and the best of the QNX® platform to connect people, devices, content and services.
BlackBerry BBX is the next generation platform for BlackBerry smartphones and tablets. In other words, there will be only one OS for both Blackberry smartphones and tablets going forward.
BBX will support:
– BlackBerry cloud services
– development environments for both HTML5 and native developers
– Native SDK,
– Adobe AIR/Flash
– BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps
You can read the full press release on the RIM website: RIM Unveils BlackBerry BBX – Combines the Best of BlackBerry and QNX to Provide a Next Generation Platform for BlackBerry Smartphones and Tablets
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