The Future of BlackBerry Phones?


WhistleOut
03 December 2010

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The manufacturer of BlackBerry phones, Research in Motion (RIM) has announced that they are acquiring the mobile interface designers / developers 'The Astonishing Tribe (TAT)' in a blog post.

The Astonishing Tribe have some great ideas on the future of screens and the way that we interact with the internet and computing technology.

We've embedded their ideas for the future video below - amazing...

This type of technology is all probably going to happen at some point. It used to be just a question 'when' and 'by who' - RIM have just tried to answer the second question as they want it to be by them.


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