Research In Motion gave developers and partners the hard sell on its upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform at the annual BlackBerry World conference in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday morning. And while the OS certainly looked promising, it wasn't enough to appease investors and analysts who worry that the company's struggle to recapture its lost momentum with consumers and developers is becoming a losing one. RIM's shares slipped more than 5 percent Tuesday afternoon following CEO Thorsten Heins's BlackBerry World keynote address.
Evidently Heins's enthusiastic pronouncements served more as a reminder
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Research in Motion's new leadership team Tuesday showed a glimpse of its new BlackBerry 10 operating system, at the company's developers' conference in Orlando.