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RIM India announced the new BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 yesterday in Delhi. Presenting the latest & greatest new features of OS 2.0 left the attendees stunned & gained future mobility satisfaction from the well reputed Canadian company. Getting a brief demo of native PIM apps, Bridge 2.0 & the new Enterprise Solution — BlackBerry Mobile Fusion achieved good response. The officials also showed the power of QNX kernel based PlayBook 2.0 operating system by playing High-Definition 3D videos that performed unbelievably well without any lag or whatsoever. Indranil Aikat from Apalya Technologies also shared few insights of their upcoming app — myplex, which is a cloud based movies store for the tablet. We’ll share more exclusives today so don’t go away 😉
Kodak & RIM may be headed for settlement
According to reports, RIM and Kodak will apparently come to a settlement agreement over this long battle over digital imaging patents. U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Allan Gropper is scheduled on March 8 to consider a motion by RIM to lift an automatic stay that would delay a patent infringement lawsuit between RIM and Kodak from going to trial next month. One interesting note, with Kodak filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January, makes it an automatic stay on any judicial proceedings against it. One of RIM’s defense is that resolving the case would assist the bidding for the Kodak patents, which are part of a portfolio of some 1,100 digital photography patents Kodak has been trying to acquire for a while now.
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