Written by Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine)
Today, BlackBerry—the company formally known as Research in Motion—held an event in New York City to formally announce the launch of its new phone, the Z10, which will function under its BlackBerry 10 operating system. The phone comes with a wide-array of innovative features; with some new twists on old ones, such as the ability to adjust elements of a photo by scrolling back a couple seconds. After a few lackluster attempts at taking back its crown as the smartphone market leader, it looks like BlackBerry has placed all its chips on the table with the Z10. During the event, Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins called this “a journey from mobile communications to true mobile computing.” So, what does this mean? Let’s take a look.
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