Notable headlines:George Ou: Is AMD being hypocritical about benchmark ethics?Multicore move cuts Oracle database cost.
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This a tale of two well-known handheld device makers--Research in Motion and Palm--and their standing in the market. Both companies had investor powwows this week.
Russell Shaw flags a monstrous U.S. patent application by Research in Motion that outlines plans to bring a lot of autoformatting features to the Blackberry.
Research in Motion said Tuesday that is adding Application Programming Interfaces to the BlackBerry Java Development Environment (JDE). As Russell Shaw notes in Blackberry Beat RIM's move is designed to stimulate more third party applications development.
We have a new BlackBerry blog with a familiar face--Russell Shaw. Russell is used to covering the BlackBerry market at BBHub.
Verizon Wireless will make Research in Motion's Blackberry Storm available to the public on Nov. 21.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Ryan Naraine: Microsoft kills OneCare, replaces it with freebie ‘Morro’Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft kills off Windows Live OneCare and Equipt subscription servicesAdrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft to deliver free anti-malware to Windows usersAdam O'Donnell: What really happened to the candidates' computers?
Research in Motion added 1.45 million BlackBerry subscriber accounts and shipped 3 million devices in its second quarter results, which were in line with Wall Street expectations.
Natali Del Conte shows us the new BlackBerry Curve 8520 from the product launch in New York.
Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam pitched application developers on the company's strategy as it moves toward its 4G long-term evolution (LTE) network. Verizon Wireless, which put some meat on its developer plans, also said that its app marketplace will complement existing stores from platform partners.