RIM Must Not Have Used BlackBerry Remember When It Chose Who To Give Confidential BB10 Slides To
As we get closer to the launch of BlackBerry 10 with RIM holding a media event next month on Jan. 30, we're beginning to see more and more leaks coming out about features of BlackBerry 10 that RIM would much rather demo themselves than have presentation slides posted online clearly marked "RIM Confidential - Shared under NDA".
RIM has made many missteps when it comes to BlackBerry 10 and if it can't make sure this critical and confidential information it has entrusted to people within its own camp doesn't get released, how many more critical oversights will the BlackBerry maker, which is already on life support, be able make? Leaks like these are great for sites reporting tech news, but not for a company trying to regain years of lost confidence. Do we ever see Apple, Microsoft, or Samsung ever face these kinds of slips?
The latest leak shared by Engadget gives us a look at BBM with video chat and screen sharing, Sharing through BBM, and BlackBerry Remember. Too bad RIM couldn't use BlackBerry Remember to find more trusting sources, but without further ado, here's the latest:
BBM with video chat & screen sharing allows you to chat the traditional way and also offers the option to video chat while sharing what you're viewing on your screen to help you get the message across more clearly - all at the push of a button.
Sharing through BBM will allow you to capture anything on your screen and instantly share it with a BBM Group via standard messaging or Video Chat and screen sharing.
BlackBerry Remember is BlackBerry 10's task manager. A To-Do list app that will sync tasks with Outlook, lets you set tasks from anywhere on the device and more.