Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! Is BlackBerry rushing to get their first "next-gen" smartphone to market? Is Google trying to beat Apple to the punch in this Fall's round of The Smartphone Wars? And why is Amazon registering domain names?
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BlackBerry just launched a small fleet of new device, but is the ailing smartphone maker already rushing to get the next-gen "Colt" phone to market? The rumor mill says "Yes!" Colt is said to be the first BB phone to feature the QNX-based operating system found on the Playbook tablet. So what's the hold up?
Google has already said that the next major release of Android, "Ice Cream Sandwich" is due this Fall. But are they prepping the first ICS phone for launch in October in order to beat iPhone 5 to store shelves?
Amazon's been busy registering domain names lately, including Kindleair.com, Kindlesocialnetwork.com, and Kindlesocialnetworking.com. What gives?