From next year, manufacturers will be incorporating processors that allow users to separate their business life from their personal life, or their personal life from their very personal life.
At September's BlackBerry Jam event in the US, struggling mobile maker RIM unveiled a raft of new features
for the handset that it hopes will re-establish the BlackBerry alongside Apple and Samsung, chief among which was ‘BlackBerry Balance' -- a feature that allows users to keep their work emails, contacts and apps separate from their personal lives. Essentially combining two handsets in one device.
Aimed at the growing trend of BYOD (bring your own device -- to work), it was one of the stars of the show and a clear differentiator between it and its iOS and Android peers.
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