Despite the fact that CES 2012 doesn't officially kick off until Tuesday, things are already in full swing with press releases and plenty of announcements already being passed out. Monday, for RIM was a day of setup with them letting folks know what to expect in the days ahead and from looking at their information thus far we'll have a fair amount to talk about:
- Press Release: Research In Motion previews BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 at CES 2012
- RIM Showcases New BlackBerry 7.1 OS at CES 2012
- BlackBerry OS 7.1 brings FM radio to BlackBerry Curve 9360 and 9380
- BlackBerry Messenger update brings support for BlackBerry Tag, new emoticons and more
- BBM v18.104.22.168 now available for download
- BlackBerry Travel v22.214.171.124 update rolling out in App World
- Interview with Rob Kao of Snap Secure (formerly SmrtGuard)
- QNX Software Systems shows off latest Porsche Carrera concept car at CES
- Sports fans score with new Slacker Radio and ESPN deal
- Action X-Ray for the BlackBerry PlayBook wins AT&T Hackathon
You'll want to stay tuned to CrackBerry for all your BlackBerry @ CES coverage as we'll have plenty of hands-on and interviews coming from the showroom floor plus, we have a few podcasts lined up as well -- ones you won't want to miss.
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