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BlackBerry 10 makes multiple appearances in print in the New York Times

Update:  It looks like BlackBerry 10 is all over the NYT home page as well. Head over there and you can play around with the BB10 Hub!!

By Adam Zeis on 12 Dec 2012 12:32 pm EST
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It looks like RIM may be kicking things into high gear heading up to the BlackBerry 10 launch event next month. In the DealBook section of today's New York Times there are a handful of full-page ads for the upcoming platform. The teaser ads show off the BlackBerry 10 Time Shift camera (Create the perfect shot every time), the keyboard (Fast accurate and effortless typing) and the flow of the BlackBerry Hub (Peek into the BlackBerry Hub from any app).


Pretty crazy to see not just one, but multiple pages of ads for BlackBerry 10 so far out. It's all a big tease for anyone who doesn't know about BB10, simply showing a link to the BlackBerry 10 device page. This gets me super excited to see more of what's in store over the next month and a half leading up to January 30th. Keep reading for more images. Go RIM!! Thanks for the photos Alicia!

 

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BlackBerry 10 makes multiple appearances in print in the New York Times

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+100,000!!!!!
I've been re posting the new pics and videos to all my contacts and you would be surprised how many people not aware BB is working on a new OS, others immediately bashed BB saying they switched time ago and would no go back believing the OS is the same as the current one...

They should show more about BBM Voice available for current phones too! This is a great feature!!!

GOOD JOB RIM - MORE MARKETING!!! MORE PUBLICITY!! KEEP SHOWING WHATS COMING!!

Ian
Bold 9900 & PlayBook 64GB Wifi

Good on Ya...like we Aussies say. You are very correct; a lot of BB users are not aware of the NEW BB 10 OS and mobile device. Just last night I met this young lady at a bar and I was happy to see her holding what appeared to be a 9930. We had a bit of a banter on the model number and I was wrong. She was happy to have proven a man wrong and that open the arena for more BB talk. In the midst, I got her to upgrade to the Beta version of BBM voice chat and she was stoked. I have made a global difference in her communication for her overseas contacts. Moreover, I made her more interested in the features of the BB10. She had NO clue that there was a new model on the rise. This morning (Monday) I sent her a URL link to check out the features and I am now named a 'BB Geek'.

She appreciates her BB even more now and looking forward to the new BB10.

Definitely planned. Its the right move. Helps build up the excitement and actually explode with an actually finished product. We're gold baby! and with plenty of time to address bugs before official launch

Market Market Market.

This I hope is the new face of RIM...Get out there and get exposed.Let people get to know the new face of Blackberry....Blackberry10.

Hope to see ads of TV soon enough as well :D

BB FTW!

You can play with BBHub if you go to the NYTimes home page. Its a TAKE OVER!!! :D Smart marketing plan if you ask me.

if you have chrome or firefox with any type of adblocker, it isn't visible. I had to open the nytimes website in IE to be able to see it.

This might be a response to the Black Sheep article that the NYT wrote a few months back.

Btw I don't see any BB ads on NYtimes.com

I can't find the Hub either.

Looks like Blackberry is BOLDLY going where no smartphone has gone before.

BBManiac
Jon

Can't find the BlackBerry Hub using IE, Chrome and FireFox, probably it is only targeted in US? I'm from the Philippines

Update: I tried using US Based proxy and it shows the BlackBerry Ads from the headers and at the sidebar but can't find the BlackBerry Hub that I can play with.

Update 2: Tried using harshalbid271's tip, got access to the Hub thing. Thanks harshalbid271, now I can sleep happy =]]]]

To those who cant find the advert on nytimes.com, it is probably because of your geographical region. Try using a proxy surfing website like hidemyass.com

EDIT: proxy surfing is not quite cutting it. No nytimes goodness for us :(

Awesome!!! I bet gizmodo can't wait to get their hands on this and say, "BlackBerry's last attempt looks pitiful"

Exactly the pinpoint marketing BB has lacked in recent years.
There's no missing it, there's no refuting the message it sends.

I can't wait to see what they have in store for broadcast when launch day comes...

Great start to kick off the Marketing campaign, Don't stop now Rim, Need to keep the momentum going and repeat this across the globe. :^)
#BB10BELIEVE

Am I the only one who has noticed a lack of punctuation? There needs to be a comma in the first ad, after 'fast'. And in the next ad, the photo shows a text message that reads, 'Can not wait'. Whatever happened to 'can't' or 'cannot'? And just in case a bunch of 20- and 30-somethings decide to rant that quaint things such as grammar are unimportant, I'd like to point out that BlackBerry's most loyal customers are over 40, and we're old enough to have been taught grammar, spelling and puctuation in school, so these glaring errors are, well, glaring.

RIM gets an A+ for the creativity of the ad campaign, but only a B- for the execution.

Hey Grammar queen, you wrote "puctuation", not "punctuation" in its second mention! As for the grammatical errors, they're not required in this particular design (in reference to the copy in design) as the design type in blocks are reflective to the design of incoming/outgoing relay messaging which have been an incorporated design found throughout on RIM's development sites, JAM Events, slides, and videos. The relaying messaging as far as I have seen only use hyphen's (a dash mark more commonly referred too, lol) and have a form of limited text spacing so grammar isn't necessary. So all-in-all, it's actually correct. Now enjoy the ads and loosen those suspender's! :)

Update: The designed copy is reflective of the virtual keyboard! Either way due to the design usage it is still correct.

And in case you didn't know, it's very poor grammar to start a sentence with a conjunction. And yes, I'm mocking you. And I'm done. #GrammarNaziFAIL

I am pleased every time there are leaks for the BB10.
I have lot's of faith in RIMM and I have bought the stock

Just about three months ago, when there were network outages, RIMM stock was down to about USD$6.00.

Last month RIMM released their OS10 phone release date. The stock rose to $11.25 share

Today there are more OS10 'leaks'. The stock rose to about $13.50 share

IMO there will be a surge of stock buying in the next month, then, a short term sell off. By the summer, when the first sales are recorded the stock should be at about $25 share.

Black Sheep my ass! Let's hope these were big enough to snub Nicole Perlroth and her idiot editor into a corner of shame.
I wonder how many newpaper ads will find its way into circulation with other papers, Globe and Mail, National Post...
To everyone that thinks this is "planned", orchestrated, and timingly set-up by Thor and Frank, yeah how about a fat NO. They may have set the teaser, but the SIM video in the latest Dev Alpha update might have been over looked and the leaked hi-res photos aren't from RIM headquarters and the video...well that wasn't in English!
Love those "in-your-face" ads. Would have given a proud little girl squeal on public transit had I seen it sooner. Way to go RIM!

I keep seeing BB10 ads on Youtube banners at the bottom of screens where videos play as well as on a few other websites. The marketing has begun! :)

~I am BlackBerry by choice~

COOL, I just played with the Hub too. I'm going to forward this to my SOL. She said she has not ditched her BlackBerry and will let me know in a few weeks if she is getting a new phone. I hope she remembers about the launch.

It works when you obtain a US ip address (VPN mostly).

It's very pleasant to see this interface. You can go through your information feeds in a few seconds. Productivity at its best.

Great marketing from RIM and a slight tutorial from it as well. When BB10 drops there will be more people informed about it.

Very well done! NYTimes.com is just as good. So great to see Blackberry taking aggressive moves in advertising. This will certainly grab some attention which is really all that Blackberry needs right now.

For someone who doesn't read newspaper print, I am pleasantly surprised. Keep it coming RIM!
A little bit of smart (and expensive ;-)) marketing goes a long way~

Anyone else try to play with the hub on a PLAYBOOK...a BLACKBERRY PLAYBOOK....and get an "unknown network" error?
*sigh* looks like I'm going to have to put down this thing that's going to replace laptops in 5 years, so that I can use my laptop....lmfao

Just checked again...it's GONE!!!THE ADS are GONE...they Replaced the banner with GOOGLE NEXUS. I already had played with it many hours ago and was wanting to try it again. I even used Firefox and it opened for me.....hours ago.

+1
I walk around telling people that I have (x) amount of days before my next phone comes out..and only a few people know that BB10 is coming, which isn't hard to believe with the daily GSIII blitzkrieg of marketing everywhere you look. This is a wonderful sign and brings anticipation to the edge and drop kicks it off lol

Living Bold-ly!

It`s ironic that The New York Times has discontinued support (or news feeds) for its BB7 program.

This reminds me of Jenny McCarthy on the ABC New Year`s Broadcast, being a paid advertisement by BB to take snapshots from her `9900 cameraphone. It looked so fake.

Like them or hate them, RIM faces a very steep uphill battle and will probably either make profit or earn more users, but not do both with BB10. I wish them the best of luck.