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BBM Searches Are ‘Off The Charts,’ Especially For iPhone BBM Searches Are ‘Off The Charts,’ Especially For iPhone

A week ago, BlackBerry announced that Blackberry Messenger (BBM) had rolled out to Android and iPhone users as a free app, and since then, there has been a great deal of interest in it. A spokesperson for Yahoo tells WebProNews …

BlackBerry Could Make Messenger Its Own Company BlackBerry Could Make Messenger Its Own Company

After this year’s latest dismal financial report, BlackBerry announce earlier this month that it will be considering “strategic alternatives” that include joint ventures or the sale of the company. Analysts have speculated that BlackBerry may have to split up as …

BlackBerry Messenger Gets Video Chat And Screen Share In BlackBerry 10 BlackBerry Messenger Gets Video Chat And Screen Share In BlackBerry 10

BlackBerry 10 officially launched today to a chorus of BlackBerry fans extolling its praises. The new features, such as Hub and Flow, are sure to excite long time fans. The new BlackBerry Messenger app will probably do the same. The …

Facebook For BlackBerry Gets Expanded BBM Integration Facebook For BlackBerry Gets Expanded BBM Integration
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RIM is launching its new BlackBerry 10 handsets in January, but the company hasn’t forgotten its faithful customers that are using its older handsets. In recognition of their loyalty, RIM has updated its BlackBerry Facebook app. Facebook for BlackBerry has …

BBM Music Goes Live: It’s An Interesting Concept But… BBM Music Goes Live: It’s An Interesting Concept But…
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BBM Music, the music subscription service that uses BlackBerry Messenger, has moved out of beta and is now officially available for download for everyone in the U.S., Canada and Australia. If you haven’t heard of BBM Music, here’s how it …

Twitter, Facebook And RIM Stand Against Social Media Bans in England Twitter, Facebook And RIM Stand Against Social Media Bans in England
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Shortly after the London/British riots began to subside, British Prime Minister David Cameron discussed banning the technologies that drive social networking platforms like Twitter and Facebook, as well as Blackberry’s instant messaging program. Now, the request did not include a …