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BB10 : 10 Hopes TECH   |   1/10/2013 @ 1:01AM  | 6,330 views 10 Reasons To Hope For BlackBerry 10 Parmy Olson , Forbes Staff I cover agitators and innovators in mobile. Screenshot of an app page being swiped to the right to "peek" at notifications in BlackBerry Hub. It's been a tough couple of years for Research in Motion. The BlackBerry maker still has a faithful following of physical-keyboard loving users, but Apple , Samsung and cheaper smartphone makers from Asia have smashed RIM's market share. Its stock has fallen almost 90% in the last five years; last quarter it posted another  weak set of financial results . Some say BlackBerry 10, the new phone RIM will launch on Jan. 30th, could be a make-or-break device. So what's it like? RIM gave  Forbes  a demo of the phone's software at  CES 2013 , unveiling some impressive features and factoids. Here are 10 of them, wit

Evina PLN Bidik Pembeli Wanita, PLN Jual 2.000 Mobil Listrik Bermerek Evina Ramdhania El Hida  - detikfinance Rabu, 09/01/2013 16:50 WIB Foto: Ramdhania-detikFinance Jakarta  - PT PLN (Persero) tahun ini bakal menjual 2.000 unit mobil listrik bermerek Evina yang merupakan buatan lokal oleh Dasep Ahmadi. Berbekal nama Evina, mobil ini diharapkan bakal dilirik kaum wanita. "Saya harapkan bisa produksi 1.000-2.000 unit untuk tahun ini. Namanya, Evina, itu Pak Nur (Nur Pamudji-Dirut PLN) yang namain, kan agak perempuan, jadi bisa dipakai para wanita," ujar Dasep ketika ditemui di Kantor Kemenko Perekonomian, Jalan Lapangan Banteng, Jakarta, Rabu (9/1/2013). Menurut Dasep, sebenarnya pasar utama dari produksi perdana mobil listrik ini adalah instansi pemerintah. "Ya selama ini kan mereka menyewa mobil untuk dinas, jadi bisa beli mobil ini,"

[cnet] Samsung Linux Phone CNET   News   Mobile   Samsung to sell first Tizen smartphone next year, ... Samsung to sell first Tizen smartphone next year, report says Tizen is an alternative Linux-based operating system seen as a more open platform that will rival Google's Android and Apple's iOS. by  Roger Cheng  December 31, 2012 4:32 AM PST Samsung at the Consumer Electronics Show. (Credit: Samsung) Samsung Electronics will be the first to sell a smartphone running on the Tizen operating system through Japanese carrier NTT Docomo and other partners next year, according to Japan's  Daily Yomiuri . Samsung, NTT Docomo, and their partners hope to build a platform that will rival the major operating systems from Apple and Google. Other carriers interested in Tizen include the U.K.'s Vodaphone and France Telecom, according to the report. Related stories