Blackberry, developed by the Canadian telecommunications company Research In Motion (RIM), will be rolling out its newest Blackberry Z10 and the new BB Hub, and will be available by the end of January. RIM has been feeding media updates around the world about their new developments. In an article by Vancouver Sun, German website Telekom Presse has what looks to be the touchscreen model, known as the BlackBerry Z10, and has posted a video on its YouTube account comparing RIM’s new flagship device to Apple Inc.’s iPhone5. A priority of the new BB release is to streamline the management of phone messages with social media correspondences, as well as emails via phone. This type of unified management has been a demand of many gadget users and online denizens alike.
Just to fully grasp the demand for one-place managing, let’s look at the success of a pioneer of this type of unified type of management which is also a leader in making online gaming a popular past time for the internet community, and that is partypoker DE. The online gaming site boasts of a wide range of services for users to better enjoy the thrilling card game of poker. Their downloadable android app features a centralized interface where you can quickly access the games that you can only enjoy on your desktop at home just a few months back. Thanks to the mobile application, you can enjoy the thrill of the card game anywhere you may be. Desktop-wise, or even if you visit the gaming site via your mobile’s browser, their website features a navigation system that has a centralized focus so users can instantly see the important links in order to enjoy an online game of poker in a safer and trustworthy environment.
Following in this innovation is Blackberry. In an article by TechnoBuffalo, Blackberry Z10’s Hub will be featuring a single management system for your phone message inbox, messages from your BBM, and even messages and notifications from social media. The article emphasizes on a feature video by a German tech reviewer detailing the specifications and highlights of the new phone. In their Blackberry Blog, the popular smartphone brand will be satisfying consumer demands of having a unified inbox on the BlackBerry smartphone which will make life easier. More than phone messaging, social media has increased in popularity in usage. In fact, sites like Facebook and Twitter have been used as general modes of communications for many users either through their PC browsers, phones, or tablets. The new BB simplifies managing email accounts, Twitter feeds, Facebook updates and more. The series is said to feature an interface that allows you to flow seamlessly between work and personal use.
Blackberry is certainly making sure to go beyond what had been established by the iOS and Android gadgets. Quoted by Mashable, The German national newspaper Die Welt published a lengthy Q&A with RIM CEO Thorsten Heins, in which the leader of the beleaguered Canadian company said he was keeping all options on the table to steer the company toward success. When asked directly about licensing BlackBerry 10, Heins said it was “conceivable” if the platform showed the world it has “large potential.” This is really something one can look forward to for this year.