News tagged ‘research in motion’
Monday, 12 Dec 2011
RIM's thinnest BlackBerry device to date, the BlackBerry Bold 9900, will have a white version available in Singapore from 17th Dec. The device will only be available through a two-year contract from either SingTel, StarHub or M1.
Monday, 17 Oct 2011
From October 19th to December 31st 2011, RIM is offering a selection of free premium apps as a form of appreciation for their customers' patience during the largest BlackBerry service outage from the week before.
Friday, 14 Oct 2011
RIM founder Mike Lazaridis made a video appearance, acknowledging and apologizing for one of the largest outage the company has experienced over the years.
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2011
The first QNX-powered BlackBerry smartphone is expected to be released in Q1 2012. However, it seems that it will only run on a single-core processor.
Wednesday, 4 May 2011
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer makes a surprise appearance at the BlackBerry World event, announcing Bing as the preferred search and mapping solution for future BlackBerry devices.
Friday, 20 Aug 2010
BlackBerry's very own app store, named BlackBerry App World, has been officially launched as BlackBerry App World 2.0, moving out of its beta stages and offering paid applications to BlackBerry users.
Wednesday, 11 Aug 2010
Saudi Arabia hasn't pulled the plug on BlackBerry services yet, citing a "positive development" in RIM's efforts to appease Saudi regulators.
Monday, 2 Aug 2010
The United Arabs Emirates' telcos have announced that it will be blocking all BlackBerry services, citing security reasons and the non-compliance of UAE telecommunications regulations.
Wednesday, 28 Apr 2010
Research in Motion's official YouTube channel has released a video showcase of its new BlackBerry OS 6, and from the looks of it, the new OS is putting a lot more emphasis on multimedia delivery.
Wednesday, 21 Apr 2010
Another day, another phone has been spotted. This time, it's the BlackBerry 9670 with a full physical QWERTY keyboard, a larger screen, in a clamshell form factor.