All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘RIM’

Nokia Sues RIM, HTC, And Viewsonic For Patent Infringement

Another day, another patent suit. This one, shockingly, does not involve any of the companies whose patent infringement woes you’re probably used to hearing about – Apple, Samsung, Motorola, Microsoft. Nope, this time it’s Nokia. The company announced today that they have filed suit against RIM, HTC, and Viewsonic for alleged infringement of several Nokia patents. According to Nokia’s announcement, …

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comScore Submits Latest Mobile Market Rankings

comScore’s latest survey of roughly 30,000 mobile users via its MobiLens service produced the typical findings of very little difference in the mobile market over a three month period, though Apple and its iPhone have actually achieved a full number in percentage of change regarding devices in use. Since a posting of the same study conducted over the prior three …

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RIM Admits Responsibility For “WAKE UP” Campaign

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has admitted that they were behind the “WAKE UP” protest outside a Sydney, Australia Apple Store last week. Initial reports linked the campaign to Samsung, which will be unveiling their Galaxy S III smartphone at the end of this week. Samsung, however, denied responsibility. Further digging into the source code for the campaign’s Wake Up …

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RIM May Be Responsible For “Wake Up” Flashmob

Last week we brought you a peculiar story about a flashmob protest that took place outside an Apple Store in Australia. It seems that a group of black-clad protesters pulled up outside the store in a black bus with “WAKE UP” emblazoned on the side and stood outside the store holding black “WAKE UP” signs and chanting “WAKE UP.” At …

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Foursquare Updates Its BlackBerry App, Adds NFC Communication

All you ever hear about these days is iOS this or Android that. What about the good ol’ BlackBerry? I owned one for years and I still miss its amazing keyboard. Well, at least one company hasn’t forgotten the BlackBerry and they’re even bringing some updates to the platform. Foursquare announced some updates that are coming to the Blackberry version …

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First BlackBerry 10 Phone Coming In October?

The first of Research In Motion’s long-awaited BlackBerry 10 smartphones may be coming in October, according to a recent report. The latest update to the BlackBerry platform was originally slated to launch late last year, but has seen repeated delays. Citing inside sources, N4BB.com is reporting that RIM will announce the first BlackBerry 10 device in the middle of August, …

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Angry Birds Space HD Get Blackberry Playbook Release

Angry Birds Space, the highly popular game from Rovio, has been tearing up the charts on the iPhone, iPad and android devices for over a month now. Well today we finally got the news that it is now available for the Blackberry Playbook! Angry Birds Space is the first true sequel to one of the most successful games in history. …

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The Rise and Fall of RIM [Infographic]

It never ceases to amaze me how fast the tech industry is evolving. Companies cannot afford to sit back and revel in success, or the start-up competition will quickly overtake their market share. Constant innovation is key to maintaining a lead, as companies such as Yahoo! and Myspace found out this past decade. Nowhere is this lesson more instructive than …

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BlackBerry Curve 9220 Comes To India

Research In Motion has launched the BlackBerry Curve 9220 in India, the company announced today. The Cuvre 9220 is meant to be an affordable and easy-to-use option for Indian customers who want a BlackBerry. The Curve 9220 will hit stores in India on Thursday, April 19th. It features BlackBerry OS 7.1 with significant social media integration. Twitter and Facebook apps …

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RIM May Hire A Financial Adviser To Help Solve Its Problems

Research In Motion, the long-suffering maker of the BlackBerry smartphone platform, is reportedly looking into hiring a financial adviser to help it navigate out of its current troubles. Late last month the company released its fourth quarter earnings report, and the news was pretty grim. Revenue for for the quarter was down 19% from the third quarter, and 25% from …

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RIM Exec Clarifies Claims About PlayBook Sideloading

Last week on Twitter Alec Saunders, Vice President of Developer Relations for RIM, stirred up some controversy with statements about future support for sideloading in the next version of the BlackBerry PlayBook operating system. In case you’re not familiar, sideloading is the ability to load apps onto a device without going through an official app market. It’s a feature of …

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Apple, RIM, & Android: App Facts [Infographic]

Welcome to the wonderful and mysterious world of apps. These little guys can be pretty tempting. After all, as the now almost cliche saying goes; there’s an app for that. Although, it is true, not all apps are created equal. For instance, RIM offers only about 70,000 apps, but there are almost 6 million downloads per day. BlackBerry fans seem …

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