News by Andrew Kameka on Tuesday September 04, 2012.
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The $10,000 challenge is part of RIM's effort to increase developer support for BlackBerry 10. Though the company says its development community is "the best out there," the popularity of Android and iOS among consumers has caused many developers to devote resources to those platforms. RIM's promise to deliver at least $10,000 to qualifying apps may encourage adoption and lead to more apps ready when BlackBerry 10 launches in 2013. Developers who are interested in joining can get more information here.source: RIM, via: The Next Web
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