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Late News: BlackBerry Playbook 2.0 Hands On, Intel 520 Series SSD, White Nokia Lumia 900

ITProPortal has attended the BlackBerry DevCon Europe developer's conference in Amsterdam, where we are now publishing these hands on images of the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 OS - in a late developers beta. ITPP has exclusively been informed at the event that the PlayBook 2.0 OS won't be the last update to the tablet.

Canada based BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has announced that its Native software development kit (SDK) for the latest iteration of Blackberry OS - version 10, will be open source. Having based its business model on closed systems, RIM's latest announcement signals a shift that the company executive are willing to make in light of recent decline in market share of BlackBerry.

Barely one year after it launched the 510 Series solid state drive, US based semiconductor giant, Intel, has introduced its newest SSD - the 520 Series. Intel brags that the new offering will eventually make the SSD adoption process amongst both corporate clients as well as consumers a lot faster than it is today.

Finnish mobile giant Nokia seemed to have accidentally disclosed details of Lumia 900 White on the Web. The leak, which the company cannot blame anyone else for but itself, has been termed by the tech fraternity as a clear indication of the device's international launch looming on the horizon.

An ongoing legal battle between tech giant Apple and Chinese company, Shenzhen Proview Technology, who says it owns the 'iPad' trademark in the country, could prove very costly to the former, as the Mail Online reports. The stakes are particularly high since Apple is fighting for the iPad name on the largest market in the world, which is at the core of Apple's expansion strategy.