It's looking grim for RIM Video
It's looking grim for RIM Video Transcript
We get bruised varies -- made simple and no line there's -- and I'm Bridget Carey and this. -- -- -- It's a great -- for Blackberry maker Research in Motion in its earnings call the company gave some pretty bad news and it was worth extracted Blackberry ten devices won't be ready until the first quarter and next year it was most cannot sometime before the holidays. Companies also cutting 5000 jobs almost a third of its employees. Have to do something after -- hack the operating -- some see this as Blackberry step that. Apple quietly released a new standalone podcast -- that doesn't require iTunes it can't -- way to find your favorite shows like CNET update. Outside of the typical iPod music app but it's not found it to be not so simple disease. It for ages and trying to mother pod cast apps be sure to check out to -- aims to cast or state your radio which is like a parent or for podcasts. It dangerous weather conditions are headed your way your Smartphone can tell you -- National Weather Service is sending severe weather alert warnings to Smartphones. It'll look like a text message but it's not uses GPS to send warnings. Only to people. Near the -- zone and it's not limited to whether other departments like homeland security and FEMA can also sent threat alerts if -- just hitting Google's new nexus seven tablet. That's sixteen gig version for two -- eight dollars is being sold making stopped. And that means you can throw in some -- gadgetry is to lower the price you still have to head over to Google's place -- though for the eight gig version. And start saying goodbye to the blockbuster express dvd rental machines red box spot the machines for a hundred million dollars. And a brand new Android four point one operates system ought not be -- by -- -- Flash has always been one of the big features that helped hundreds stand apart from Apple but Adobe says it's not gonna work on flash for mobile anymore. Everything -- minutes each month but. It. The five year anniversary of the device that changed our world that iphones so happy birthday I've -- -- remember your first year. -- -- And networking he couldn't send a text message and -- -- this tiny but -- hottest concepts like swiping and double tapping pinch and zoom and on the three G you showed us apps and you made -- so proud when you graduated to 3GS and finally did your first video recording and also could cut and paste. You were some trouble to deal it though it for which your awkward and Hannah phase. But then make new friends of Verizon and sprint and introduced us to -- nice girl named Siri -- Time does imply that your tech news update or today from -- the stories and station visit cnet.com slash update from our -- is in New York. I'm Bridget Carey.
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