Research In Motion has determined to postpone its annual analysts' briefing till when it launches its forthcoming BlackBerry 10 platform. RIM generally briefs analysts at its yearly BlackBerry World event, which frequently takes place in could. "We determined to form BlackBerry World a lot of targeted on customers, developers and partners," RIM spokeswoman Tenille Kennedy said to Reuters. "We can hold a separate session targeted at the interests of the investment community later this year, once BlackBerry 10 is launched." RIM originally planned to launch BB10 and BB10 handsets within the early months of 2012, however has since said the devices will not reach the market till nearer to the tip of 2012. RIM has seen its share of the smartphone market erode in recent years to rivals Apple and Google. Its stock has lost important worth within the last year. BlackBerry 10 is its next-generation platform that's primarily based partly on QNX, PlayBook OS, and BlackBerry 7.