Research in Motion gave analysts a peek Monday at OS 6.0, the upgraded operating system for BlackBerry phones, and Wall Street liked what it saw, according to various reports. RIM, which has been under pressure to bring more advanced features to its smartphones, said it would take time to integrate the software -- which includes more touch-friendly features and a new Web browser -- into all its devices. "It is much more modern, Web 2.0-oriented ... on par with Android, iPhone, WebOS," said Avian Securities analyst Matt Thornton.

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