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[ad_1] Pour one for the BlackBerry, the former king of mobile. The company announced that starting January 4, classic devices running BlackBerry OS 7.1 or earlier, as well as OS 10, will lose key services. And by key, we mean absolutely critical capabilities, like phone calls, texts, data, and even emergency 9-1-1 access. You can …

[ad_1] WhatsApp says goodbye to several old mobile operating systems. The Facebook-owned chat app announced plans to end support for BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone 8.0 and earlier, and Nokia S40 on December 31. Users of these platforms can no longer create new accounts or recheck existing accounts. After December 31st, the app will …

[ad_1] Although the name BlackBerry is just an afterthought in the Android market, users might be surprised to learn that some of the company’s legacy mobile services are still around. Unfortunately for those who still use them, BlackBerry has announced that they will shut down over the next two years, including the platform’s app store. …

[ad_1] It has been over two years since BlackBerry shipped a handset running its own operating system. The last handset powered by the BB10 operating system came out in 2015. The company has been making devices running Android and will no longer revert to its own operating system. Those who still own a BB10 OS …

[ad_1] Although the name BlackBerry is just an afterthought in the Android market, users might be surprised to learn that some of the company’s legacy mobile services are still around. Unfortunately for those who still use them, BlackBerry has announced that they will shut down over the next two years, including the platform’s app store. …

[ad_1] Markets and Markets The main players are Apple, China Mobile Ltd., Getjar, Google Inc., Handmark, Handster Inc, Palm Inc, Pocketgear, Research In Motion, LG Mobile, Microsoft Inc., Mplayit, Nokia OVI Store, NTT Docomo Inc., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (PRWEB) October 05, 2013 According to a new market research report, “Global Mobile Application Market (2010 …

[ad_1] BlackBerry updated its Twitter app today bringing new image tweaks and inline tweet details to all versions of the mobile platform still in common use. The app is available for download now from BlackBerry World and will work on BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry OS 5.0 through BlackBerry 7.0, the company said. There is of …

[ad_1] BlackBerry 10 – balancing people and work. Will there be enough apps to satiate today’s smartphone consumer? But will there be apps to share? RIM has been the subject of an all-out media assault this month. So far, their marketing has received a lot of the headlines, and especially the most positive. One of …

[ad_1] RIM announced that its redesigned BlackBerry World app store is now live, after music, movies and TV shows were first added to the store. The store was renamed BlackBerry World – it was previously BlackBerry App World – and this name change indicates that, like Google and Apple, RIM has added new types of …

[ad_1] In early 2010, Verizon attempted to capitalize on the app craze by launching its own storefront for Android and BlackBerry users, known as Verizon Apps. In the years that followed, the Android Market (now known as the Google Play Store) grew to compete in size with the Apple App Store – and Verizon ultimately …

[ad_1] Research In Motion (RIM) launched a new version of its app store, BlackBerry App World, last week. However, for unknown reasons, the Canadian company has not rolled out the updated app to all regions. BlackBerry App World 4.0.0.55 was only available for manual download and BlackBerry users had to remove the beta version installed …

[ad_1] Apps are an important part of any mobile platform and have been a sore point for RIM, which lags far behind the competition when it comes to the size of its app library. But RIM says it’s working to improve that with its new BlackBerry App World store for BlackBerry 10. Interface BlackBerry App …

[ad_1] After going through some tough times, Research in Motion finally has some good news to share. BlackBerry App World has reached the 3 billion downloads mark, with 1 billion downloads in the past six months. These downloads include applications downloaded to the BlackBerry smartphone and its PlayBoook tablet. Announcing via the company’s developer blog, …

[ad_1] Research in Motion has confirmed that it has hit the 99,500 app mark in its BlackBerry OS and PlayBook App World stores. Alec Saunders, vice president of developer relations for RIM, took the stage at BlackBerry World 2012 in Orlando to shatter some of the myths surrounding the business and applications on BlackBerry devices. …

[ad_1] We’ve covered a few Distimo reports in the past, as they provide us with valuable insights into Apple’s App Store and Google’s Android Market, based on the startup’s in-depth analysis of publicly available data. Now the company has added RIM’s Blackberry App World store to the fray, giving us even more data points to …

[ad_1] If you’ve used your BlackBerry in the past 24 hours, you’ve probably noticed this red star stuck to the App World icon, signaling that it’s time to upgrade. Yes, the RIM version of the App Store has reached version 1.1, and most of the update is about better browsing options – new categories, better …

[ad_1] 2009 is the year of the mobile app store. Apple started the movement with the launch of its very successful iTunes App Store for iPhone in 2008, and then all cell phones followed suit. Today, Nokia operates the Ovi Store; Microsoft has the next Windows Marketplace for Mobile; Google uses Android Marketplace; and Research …

[ad_1] As expected, Research In Motion’s (RIM) new on-device BlackBerry mobile app store, BlackBerry App World, opened virtual today, in time for the CTIA Wireless Spring 2009 event in Las Vegas. And RIM was kind enough to share key details and screenshots of the new storefront in advance. BlackBerry app world icon News of the …

[ad_1] RIM launched BlackBerry App World, its version of the App Store on the device. Available initially in the US, UK and Canada – with a wider rollout to follow – App World will work on any BlackBerry running OS 4.2 or higher, provided they have a trackball or higher. ‘a touch screen. The software …