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(PC Magazine)   Six intriguing features in BlackBerry 10 which still aren't Intriguing enough to persuade the users into buying the phones anymore   ( pcmag.com) divider line
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2012-11-13 10:34:11 AM  
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For those who don't care to read this advertisement that is masquerading as a slide show that is pretending to be an article:

6. BlackBerry hub - a sort of meta inbox

5. BlackBerry flow - RIM describes this as "a seamless user experience which provides full control and flexibility in every moment and every touch. Flow keeps the momentum going so that user goals can be achieved quick and efficiently". It also means that apps work in a consistent manner. (whatever that means)

4. Time Shift - takes a bunch of pictures in a short period of time, then displays them in a radial menu so you can pick the one you want.

3. The keyboard - "The keyboard suggests words based on predictions, and when the user swipes the words upwards they nicely animate to the text field where they will end up. It's a nice moment of charm and gives BlackBerry 10 a unique input experience," according to RIM.

2. BlackBerry Balance - This feature allows users to use their BlackBerry 10 device for work and personal use, with the ability to firewall both areas of the device. It also allows for remote management, like wiping company data, if ordered by your IT manager.

1. FIPS approval - RIM said BlackBerry 10 has reached FIPS 140-2 certification, which means government agencies can deploy BlackBerry devices after the OS is released. This is the first time a BlackBerry OS has been certified before its launch.
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