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What RIM is Doing Different for BlackBerry 10 Launch: Lots of Apps

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RIM has undergone a lot of changes since their decision to bring BlackBerry 10 to market. The most promising of which, is their new approach to launching handsets by placing a greater focus on developer support and offering a more unified hardware philosophy.
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TAT Displays BlackBerry 10 OS Development Progress Through Beta

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Choose your development flavour and follow along as features get added to BlackBerry 10. Features get finalized in a beautifully designed retro flight arrival board by the UI wizards at That Astonishing Tribe.
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Hit iOS and Android RPG The Bard’s Tale Announced as Launch Title for BlackBerry 10

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RIM’s global head of gaming Anders Jeppsson recently did a talk about native development on BlackBerry 10 at the Casual Connect Conference in Seattle. He goes over the benefits of native game development, the open standards they’ve adopted that makes it easy to port. He then introduces a guest to talk about his studio’s experiences porting the hit mobile RPG The Bard’s Tale to BlackBerry 10.
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BlackBerry 10 Sample Apps Help with Development on the Dev Alpha

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BlackBerry World has created a lot of excitement among mobile developers for RIM’s new BlackBerry 10 OS. RIM’s developer relations’ team has put together a list of examples to give developers a sneak peek of what’s being implemented on this new and exciting platform.
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Some Common Sense Feedback on PlayBook NDK Setup Process

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We often link to our good friend Jeff Bacon as he’s been a contributor to BlackBerryCool, as well as a BlackBerry developer for years. In a recent post on his personal blog, he details some common sense things RIM could do to make the PlayBook NDK setup process simpler. RIM has a long history of making the setup process and developer environment needlessly complicated, and it’s posts like this that should be listened to.
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Scoreloop Community Gaming SDK Now Available in Beta Zone

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Back in early June, we learned that RIM had acquired Scoreloop. For those who don’t know about Scoreloop, or who have never played a Scoreloop-enabled game, the company provides a way to create community, incentives, highscores and more for games. If you’re a BlackBerry developer, you can now use the Scoreloop SDK beta for Native SDK v1.0 for BlackBerry PlayBook OS.
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