RIM's plans to name its upcoming platform BBX have fallen through because of a certain BASIS International that currently owns the rights to the name who fought for it against RIM in court and managed to prevent RIM from using it.
Unable to use the BBX name anymore, RIM was forced to choose a different one and so at the BlackBerry DevCon Asia, RIM announced that the platform will now be called BlackBerry 10, which, actually, is nothing more than the full form of the original name B(lack)B(erry)X(10).
As to why RIM chose to jump straight from OS 7 to BlackBerry 10 while skipping 8 and 9 continues to elude mankind.
well then dont use a blackberry...no body is forcing you to buy one or have one, if you dont like it then go buy something else
blackberry sucks on a hold...ugly phones poor software no good inevation..yet a limited amount of apps...bbx is ok i must say
Windows ME wasn't called Windows 10, and 2000 was also not called Windows 10. Your argument is invalid