RIM Says No Android Apps, No Flash for OS 7
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May 3, 2011, 7:43 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Research In Motion indicated that its new BlackBerry OS 7 platform, which will first be available on the Bold 9900/9930, will not be party to the same support for Android applications that the PlayBook tablet is. BlackBerry OS 7 will also not support Flash, and will instead rely on HTML5 for web video playback. RIM is still working to bring a version of its QNX-based PlayBook OS to BlackBerry smartphones, but that software won't be ready until early 2012.
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HTML5 =/= the new Flash
No flash? Fail.
Blackberry is a joke. They just don't get it. Even with the Playbook you need a blackberry phone to bridge it with. FAIL
QNX is the future Blackberry OS