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Tuesday, August 14, 2012
RIM's BB10 Available For Licensing Soon

Research in Motion (RIM) will soon be ready to license its new BlackBerry 10 operating system to other manufacturers.

The new platform is in the final stages of testing, and RIM is now considering how other companies may be able to use it in a range of products, Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins told Bloomberg News.

"QNX is already licensed across the automotive sector -- we could do that with BB10 if we chose to," Heins said in New York. "The platform can be licensed."

RIM's smartphones and mobile devices have lost ground to rivals like Apple's iPhone and a range of devices that run on Google's Android software, is set to launch its own line of devices that run on BB10 in the first quarter of 2013.

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