Today was the official launch of Research In Motion's two newest Blackberry models, as well as the launch of the company's new operating software, BB10. The company has also announced it will officially be leaving the Research In Motion name behind, and will rename itself BlackBerry. In this video, Motley Fool tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner tells us all the features about the new phones and the BB10 software that make them competitive as products, but notes that whether or not the market will accept them is a whole other story.
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