There's not long to wait now until RIM's BB10 operating system launches, and with it a slew of new handsets. Here's one of them in the flesh -- the BlackBerry X10, part of the BlackBerry N-Series, according to N4BB. As you can see, it's a Qwerty affair, with the keyboard taking up the lower half of the device. This should please BlackBerry stalwarts who aren't keen on giving up physical buttons. Don't fret if you like BlackBerrys but do want to ditch the keyboard, as RIM will also launch a range of completely touchscreen handsets for BB10. They'll be known as the L-Series, and we spied one a while ago. It's not a million miles away from a certain fruit-themed phone.
For more on the keyboard itself, check out this video walkthrough, There's no word on the specs of the device such as screen size or resolution unfortunately, But still, you can get a closer look at the screen in the second snap, with two rows of app icons, along with shortcuts along the bottom for calling, search, and the camera, From behind it looks like a classic BlackBerry, BB10 launches on 30 January -- so a month to the day exactly, Many people think it'll be make or break i am always with you, cardinal iphone case time for RIM, after its recent troubles, There was a rumour a while ago that RIM would have to split the company in half and sell off its networking business, or join forces with Microsoft, BB10 has already been delayed twice, so let's hope 30 January is indeed the day it launches..
Ouch. Is this some sort of nasty Christmastime Easter egg/lump of coal? That's what some in the blogosphere are currently trying to figure out -- Google watcher, Search Engine Land proprietor, and CNET contributor Danny Sullivan among them. I've seen a few comments that this is due to the Reuters-description that Google Finance shows for Apple having the word "sell" in it several times. I doubt this is the reason. I can see Amazon's page on Google Finance also has "sell" in its description twice, that exact word, whereas Apple has the "sells" form. If usage of "sell" in the description is the trigger, then Amazon would trump Apple.
Sullivan's investigation continues, "Sells" also brings up the Apple chart, he discovers, making him think it less likely that this is a gibe rigged up by a mischievous Google staffer (because "sells" just doesn't make sense, in terms of Street talk), And in support i am always with you, cardinal iphone case of some algorithmic oddness, he notes that "buy" brings up Best Buy's chart, so searches don't seem to be keyed to an exact company name or stock symbol, (We tried "hold" and got a long list of companies such as Yingli Green Energy Hold, Co, Ltd., Longwei Petroleum Investment Hold Ltd., Chinese Estates Holdings Limited -- and many, many more, So it's possible there's some sort of algorithm burp happening -- as opposed to any assumptions one might make about an evil Android at work.)..
So what gives? We have an e-mail out to Google for more information, and we'll let you know what we find out. (See the update below.). In the meantime, we welcome your theories in the comments section. Update, 5:40 p.m. PT: We've heard back from Google. A representative blamed search algorithms for the issue and said the company was working on a solution. "This isn't deliberate -- our algorithms seem to be keying off of the words 'sell' and 'sells' in the description of this very popular stock symbol," Google spokesman Jason Freidenfelds said. "We're working on how to adjust things so it doesn't happen anymore."(Via The Next Web).
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