With the buzz building for BlackBerry 10's unveiling on Jan. 30, executives at three of the top four U.S. carriers -- Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile USA -- said this week that would carry phones powered by the new software. A Research In Motion executive said he was confident the platform, which will include gesture controls, will launch with enough applications to satisfy its customers. RIM has also called on VMware and Red Bend Software to help upgrade BlackBerry Balance in order to develop a program that would allow employees to use their own phones at work while protecting their privacy as well as a company's security.

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