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BlackBerry 10 Beta Begins

RIM (Research In Motion) has announced that a BlackBerry 10 beta test program called the Technical Preview Program is beginning today for a select group of 120 enterprise and government customers.

Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the beginning of a formal beta test program, called the Technical Preview Program, for BlackBerry 10 products.

The Canadian company says that starting today it will visit 120 customers, 64 of which are Fortune 500 companies, to begin its tests of BlackBerry 10 smartphones and other products and services, including BlackBerry Balance — which assists users in separating personal and business use of the device, the BlackBerry Hub — a unified inbox consolidating email, Tweets, BBMs, SMS and other messages, and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.

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