Research in motion has launched its new smartphone. The phone has a much more refined look and operating system, a definite evolution from previous OS's. The home screen will be more interactive like Android products with real-time information and tools. The Blackberry 10 will integrate new tech "Flow" view that will allow for seamless multi-tasking. One catch of Blackberry users might be that there is no longer a keyboard, a feature that many users value, not to mention it has become the focus of their recent ad campaigns. Look for more information on the Blackberry 10 as it starts to hit the consumer market.