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It is 2012. My sister’s boyfriend has a job in London. And his first reaction is, “Wow, you’re gonna get a BlackBerry Torch for me now.” The BlackBerries were a huge fad back then. Everyone wanted to have a “BBM Pin”. Those who could not afford it in India harassed their friends, relatives and lovers …

Competition in the field of smartphones is fierce. Companies that do not offer many innovations that make life easier for users are gradually giving up their positions. BlackBerry, LG, Meizu,… We can talk about these brands with regret but we have what we have. Probably, BlackBerry brought the most disappointments. We mean that there has …

June 3, 2011: iOS overtakes Research in Motion’s BlackBerry operating system for the first time. While Android remains comfortably ahead in terms of market share, the new one marks the beginning of the end for BlackBerry as a smartphone powerhouse. This message contains affiliate links. Mac Cult may earn commission when you use our links …

Research in Motion (RIM) could license its new BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system to other manufacturers, CEO Thorsten Heins told the German newspaper Die welt. During the interview, Heins said that a licensing agreement similar to Microsoft’s with Windows was “conceivable.” “Before you get a license for the software, you have to show that the …

BlackBerry company logo (Mirror Daily, USA) Gone are the days when owning a BlackBerry smartphone meant you had the ultimate technology. As more advanced models began to appear, BlackBerry fell behind. However, that doesn’t mean the company has given up, but has chosen a different path. Now, what’s in store for BlackBerry fans? The BlackBerry …

BlackBerry, formerly known as RIM (Research In Motion), dominated the smartphone market before there was even a term for it. For 20 years, they’ve reinvented the way people communicate. Today, the battle revolves around Apple and Google as BlackBerry carves out a niche in the secure hardware and software market. Yet some of the greatest …

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 – …

A Research in Motion Blackberry acquires a web page on its browser function. (AP Photo / CP, Adrian Wyld)(AP Photo / CP, Adrian Wyld) (CNET) – Adios, RIM. Research In Motion is no more. TO BlackBerry 10 launch event in New York today, CEO Thorsten Heins has announced that RIM’s venerable moniker has been retired …

BES 10 release paves the way for new BlackBerry devices By Greg Crowe January 23, 2013 Research in Motion announced the release of BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10, a week before the unveiling of the BlackBerry 10 operating system. BES 10 supports all the new features of a BlackBerry 10 smartphone or tablet, including BlackBerry Balance, …

One of the common issues that BlackBerry users face on their devices is the missing BlackBerry App World icon on the screen after an update. Apparently, the problem appears with several native Research In Motion apps, but there are several ways to fix it. Users who have had a beta version of the application installed …

Today, Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion made a new version of the BBM 7 app available for download via the official BlackBerry App World for its users. The new version of the app brings a nice range of improvements, the most important of which is the inclusion of BBM Voice. With this feature, …

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 on …

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, Victoria …

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. Saunders …

Mippin will power the BlackBerry app generatorOnline publishers can create apps for BlackBerry smartphones and BlackBerry PlayBook smartphones in minutes BlackBerry World 2012 – Orlando FL – May 1, 2012 – Mippin today announced that the Mippin app creation platform will power the BlackBerry® App Generator – an easy-to-use online app builder, empowering content owners …

RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis briefly apologized for last week’s outage at RIM’s DevCon, then moved on to talk about his new BBX system. SAN FRANCISCO (CNNMoney) – Research in Motion spent about 120 seconds of its developer conference discussing last week’s global outage – then made it clear that the company was moving forward. “I …

Amazon.com released its new free Kindle app for BlackBerry, allowing Research In Motion (RIM) smartphone users to access the retailer’s online catalog or more than 400,000 digital books for its Kindle e-reader and mobile apps associated. Amazon Kindle for BlackBerry on the Bold 9000 device I told you to wait for the Kindle BlackBerry app …

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 compare …

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 In …

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 much-anticipated …

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 can …