Embattled smartphone maker Research in Motion (RIM) showed off its upcoming phone and tablet operating systems at its first Developer Conference in Europe, held in Amsterdam.
Vivek Bhardwaj, head of software portfolio at RIM, took V3 through the features of Playbook OS 2.0, not to be confused with a new hardware version of the tablet.
He also showed us some of the new features of the forthcoming Blackberry 7.1 for smartphones.
During the demonstration we also discussed several other issues including security issues surrounding Runtime for Android apps and its future multi-platform operating system, Blackberry 10.
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