Research In Motion officially alerted the media that it would unveil its BlackBerry 10 operating system at a Jan. 30 event and said that more than 120 U.S. companies will begin beta tests of the platform and its related smartphones with a focus on a touch-screen model unfamiliar to many clients. "We're keenly targeting the launch of our touch-screen device and we want to bring that experience to our clients," said Richard Piasentin, managing director of RIM's U.S. unit.
RIM begins tests of BB 10, issues alert for Jan. 30 event
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