BlackBerry 10 OS fails to impress investors as stock slides; video shows new camera in action

BlackBerry 10 OS fails to impress investors as stock slides; video shows new camera in action
The first day of BlackBerry World Conference brought non-stop news as the Canadian manufacturer introduced its new BlackBerry 10 OS. At the same time, the company gave away thousands of handsets to developers to allow them to start writing apps for the OS. Investors were obviously not impressed by what they saw of the new OS and what they heard about it from Wall Street, As a result, RIM's once lofty stock fell another 5.8% to close at $13.48 a share. The 52-week high is $48.65 and the 52 week low is $12.45.

Early on Tuesday we told you all about the new camera for BlackBerry 10 and one of the most interesting features is the one that allows you to "go back in time" to improve a photograph. Rather than explain it to you like we did this morning, you can check out the short video from RIM that shows you how to travel back in time RIM's new OS can give you picture perfect results.

source: YahooFinance, Crackberry

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