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Interest has spiked in RIM and BlackBerry with the release of BlackBerry 10 set for an event happening on January 30 of 2013. In the most recent BlackBerry 10 news that has been leaked, a set of slides appear which show off a new task manager in the new OS called the BlackBerry Remember.
The task manager will prove to be extremely helpful for people to keep track of their tasks and keep them in order. This includes managing notes. The slides also show several boosts to the popular BlackBerry Messenger. From the looks of it, a big update is catered to the BlackBerry Messenger incorporating features such as screen sharing as well as video chat.
The task manager shown off in the slides has been termed ‘BlackBerry Remember'. The manager helps you work with Evernote directly and also helps you sync with Outlook to access email. This information is flaunted in the leaked slides as well as in the gold SDK that was given by RIM quite recently.
Blackberry Remember would prove to be extremely helpful in managing tasks such as capturing and cleaning notes from different directions. The slides claim that with the task manager, you can convert ‘ideas into action'. BlackBerry Remember also facilitates syncing with a variety of other services, some of these services being Outlook and Evernote.
BlackBerry messenger seems to have got a major overhaul in the matter of sharing. You can click photos and tap on any of the apps, add comments and share the clicked photo on Picasa, Flickr, Facebook etc. The sharing can be to one person or to a group of people included in the BBM group. BBM will prove to be optimum for businesses with transfer between screen sharing and video chat being made seamless.