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BlackBerry is not the coolest brand in consumers' eyes, and while it's starting to lose ground in the enterprise to Android and iOS devices, there's still a strong starting point to reassert dominance, if it can make the right moves. Could a dual-SIM phone help?
Research In Motion chief executive Thorsten Heins, the newly appointed replacement for Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie, has said former enterprise favourite BlackBerry must focus more on the consumer market
BlackBerry Tag is a tap-to-share feature that will be rolled out to all NFC-enabled BlackBerry phones, Research In Motion has said
BlackBerry Tag coming soon to NFC handsets...
RIM released the BlackBerry App World 3.0 client with a major UI overhaul and lots of new functions and features.
Microsoft is adding new social-search features to Bing for users with Apple iOS, Android and RIM devices company officials said on June 8.
RIM today announced that Angry Birds will hit the PlayBook this summer. With the move RIM continues to bring to the PlayBook all the features the device should have had from launch.
RIM is slowly filling in the PlayBook's missing features, starting with BlackBerry Messenger.
I am not very interested in any service that can't be taken with me on my mobile phone so after seeing Sam's coverage of Google Buzz I immediately started searching for how I could use it on my smartphones. There are actually a couple of ways to interact with Buzz on your smartphones and the easiest way (for iPhone and Android owners currently) is to simply point your mobile browser to buzz.google.com. You can read about the mobile web app features on the Google Buzz for mobile site and see a table at the bottom that shows iPhone and Android have the best support with limited support (Buzz layer on Google Maps for mobile) on Nokia S60 and Windows Mobile. Unfortunately, there is no support for Buzz on RIM BlackBerry devices at this time.
The first official image of RIM's BlackBerry Onyx (a.k.a. "Bold 9700") smartphone has landed, with a plethora of features to please users.
The BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 (let's just call it the Flip for short), is the first clamshell device from RIM and it is not short on features. It goes without saying that it meets RIM's mobile email criteria, and it also packs GPS and Wi-Fi, which are two near necessities of the modern handheld/smartphone world.
As we have seen in recent analyst reports, RIM's marketshare is increasing as they continue to support and promote consumer-focused features like video capture, enjoyable web browsing, and style. RIM is now getting closer and closer to launching their first ever touch screen-enabled device, the BlackBerry Storm, and CrackBerry.com has the latest news on this device that appears to be coming soon to Verizon.
I'm just back from CTIA, where BlackBerry was one of the major exhibitors.Seeing so many BlackBerry models in one place, and saying hello to RIM folks, made me think about some features I wish most newer BlackBerrys should offer but don't as of yet.
The RIM BlackBerry 8820 gets another boost with Wi-Fi capabilities. CNET's Bonnie Cha examines this and other features in the latest version of the popular communications device.
The Wi-Fi-equipped BlackBerry 8820 is what its predecessor, the 8800, should have been. As implemented, though, Wi-Fi's value is somewhat limited as the 8820 doesn't include full SIP support for unfettered VoIP usage.
Price for RIM device, identical in features and function to the black original, drops from $199 to $150 with contract discounts.Photos: Pearl-colored BlackBerry
Engadget features an interview with Danger CEO Hank Nothhaft. Despite the fact that I don't love the new BlackBerry, RIM is clearly the leader in this category and will continue to be successful with their hardware for the short term as the OEM strategy evolves and competition with Good Technology forces both companies to make better products.
In an effort to outstrip rivals, Research In Motion makes a pact with wireless carrier VoiceStream. The stage is set for RIM to add voice features to its BlackBerry e-mail device.