Research In Motion--now called 'BlackBerry'--has launched its long-awaited, much-delayed BlackBerry 10 OS and handsets. Here's your complete guide, from the OS' development to a first look at the Z10 device.
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Telstra has made the wireless communications solution Blackberry available over its CDMA network, extending the service beyond its relatively limited GSM network.Telstra head of small business and CDMA Jenny Roche, said the telco giant's CDMA network has "twice the geographic coverage of any GSM network in Australia and covers more than 98 percent of the population, or more than 1.
Telstra has expanded its BlackBerry mobile e-mail coverage to regional areas with today's launch of the service on the telecommunications heavyweight's CDMA network.BlackBerry on CDMA is a wireless service that automatically delivers messages to a handheld device without prompting or downloading.
The fight for the small to medium business mobility market is heating up.Vodafone this morning cut the costs of its Blackberry handsets and mobile connect cards, announced a conditional offer of free Blackberry software or licences and offered a free second-month to new customers who joined its small-business-targeted plans.
Optus today launched a package for the consumer and small business market that combined a Blackberry wireless e-mail offering with voice and mobile text messaging.The new offering bundles the Blackberry with an AU$99 capped payment plan that includes AU$500 worth of voice and text services and up to 50MB of data.
Optus said today it had added the Blackberry wireless platform to its suite of business mobile e-mail products.Australia's number two telecommunications company said it would sell the BlackBerry 7230, the BlackBerry 7730 and the Nokia 6820 to corporate customers with a range of payment plans.
Telstra and Nokia have teamed up for a new BlackBerry-enabled Nokia handset that will provide users with access to an "always on" e-mail solution via a mobile phone.Telstra business and government mobile sales and solutions managing director, Murray Bergin, said this latest innovation and future devices would help boost up-take of the technology.
Wireless services provider Motient said Monday that its network now can provide remote access to Lotus Notes e-mail accounts using Research In Motion's BlackBerry devices. Motient's network has been supporting Microsoft Exchange accounts, while Cingular Wireless, which operates RIM's other key network, has already added Notes support.
A district court decides that the BlackBerry maker didn't infringe on a Glenayre Technologies patent in the latest episode in an ongoing legal battle between the two companies.