RIM’s BBM on your Android or iPhone?

One of RIM’s legendary services BBM may be coming to an Android or iOS device near you. BBM addicts will have no reason to be tied down to their out of date hardware – kind of. BGR is reporting “from multiple trusted sources “that RIM’s BBM or Blackberry Messenger will soon be available on multiple ...

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India ready to finally pull the plug on RIM’s Blackberry

India and RIM have become best of frien-enemies over the past few months. Last year India called for RIM the maker of the famed Blackberry to ‘open’ there secured servers to the country or face perment banning of their money making Blackberry devices. In response RIM let India and the world know that even they ...

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RIM’s Blackberry running Android Apps

There is a whole lot of speculation surrounding RIM and the future of their legendary Blackberry line, everything from changing the entire operating system to completely overhauling their hardware it seems that the tech world just won’t leave poor RIM alone. But they (we) have a point, as the years pass and more competition arrives ...

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The Blackberry Storm 3 makes a video appearance

Blackberry diehards can rejoice as it seems that the Storm 3 is indeed on its way and by the looks of it sure-press may be a thing of the past. Just last month BGR published some pictures and specs of a few un release Blackberries that are assumed to be launched some point this year, ...

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The Blackberry PlayBook runs Android Apps?

In the world of tech dominance it’s hard to forget Blackberries. RIM simply put changed the smart phone and mobile tech world in many ways. However, since the dawn of Apple’s iPhone and Googles Android opertating system the Blackberry maker has been fighting an uphill battle to stay relevant. The launch of their Blackberry Torch ...

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A Blackberry Curve Touch anyone?

The Blackberry Curve derives from a long heritage of the Blackberry legacy. You can see its ancestor’s beginnings within its curvaceous design and all around high quality hardware. One of the most universally accepted Blackberry’s ever. But what could make it better? Not much when you really try to think about it, however through a ...

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Verizon updates their Bold 9650 and Curve 3G to Blackberry OS 6

The wait is finally over for Bold or Curve 3G using Verizon customers. For some reason I think I can hear cheering in the streets. Back in August the world held its breath in anticipation to RIM’s new Blackberry OS6. The famed Torch 9800 lead the way to a new experience never before seen on a ...

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The Blackberry Storm 3 comes into the light

Looks like the hard working folks over at BGR.Com have pretty much exposed all of what the Blackberry maker RIM has up there sleeve for 2011.The 3rd generation Storm is showing face shortly after exposure of a new Curve, Torch and an all new device named Dakota. What do all these new devices have in ...

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The Blackberry Torch 2

It seems like only yesterday Research In Motion (RIM) was dropping the Torch 9800 which was to be their best and most up to date Blackberry ever. Unfortunately for the Canadian based company (and At&t for that matter) the Torch did not fare so well in regard to sales as well as its specs. The ...

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PlayBook Looking Good: Flash and Web Browsing Demonstrated

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The PlayBook tablet from Research In Motion is starting to look like a polished, finished product ready to take on whatever CES 2011 throws its way from Android manufacturers and Apple’s iPad. However, the recent rumor that the PlayBook only gets a few hours of battery life has not died down despite RIM’s quick response ...

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RIM Holding off on 4G LTE for Now

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Verizon Wireless is expanding its 4G LTE network and AT&T will start to get its own off the ground later this year. So where does that leave Research In Motion, the maker of the BlackBerry smartphone? Wanting to make an LTE compatible BlackBerry but hitting a number of snags. According to Fudzilla’s unnamed sources, RIM has ...

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RIM Responds to PlayBook Battery Life Claims

RIM says the PlayBook's battery is doing just fine.

Earlier this week, Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu said that his sources indicate that Research In Motion’s upcoming PlayBook tablet only has a “few hours” of battery life. He then compared that presumably three hour estimate to the iPad’s ten hours and the Galaxy Tab’s six hours. Battery life is essential for tablets—almost as important ...

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RIM: India Will Not Have Access to BES

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A story in the Economic Times prompted BlackBerry maker Research In Motion to respond because of “inaccurate and misleading information.” The story said that RIM had offed India a solution to its demands for access to encrypted information sent between BlackBerry smartphones. This solution—a “network data analysis system”—has the ability to decode all data on ...

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The #AppWorld Daily is Live—BlackBerry News via Twitter

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BlackBerry users love their phones; no surprise there. However, one thing that they have been missing out on compared to their fellow Android and iPhone using brothers and sisters is apps. Sure, there are 10k+ apps, themes, etc. for the BlackBerry operating system but they are scattered amongst different online stores and websites. Research In ...

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Research In Motion Beats out Microsoft on Twitter

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While I have never given that much legitimacy to Twitter-based stats, something interesting has be unearthed by What the Trend’s list of the top 10 companies on Twitter for 2010. BlackBerry maker Research In Motion beat out Microsoft for spot number five. Microsoft, which launched its new Windows Phone 7 operating system a couple of ...

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