Streaming video: RIM BlackBerry 10 Launch event (10 a.m. ET)
- 30 January, 2013 11:33
Today's the big day for Research in Motion (RIM), which plans to officially unveil its BlackBerry 10 OS at a special event in New York City that begins at 10 a.m.
Analysts are calling it a "make or break moment" for the company, which has seen its one-time dominance in the mobile market fall precipitously in recent years.
You can watch the RIM announcement right here with this UStream feed from the IDG News Service. Computerworld's Matt Hamblen is among the reporters who will be on hand for the hour-long announcement and he'll be filing reports after the event ends.
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