Blackberry opens enterprise system to drive handset sales
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Blackberry opens enterprise system to drive handset sales

Blackberry's collapse has been among the most interesting tech stories over the last year and should serve as a stark warning to other companies. The brand formerly known as RIM is now trying to rebuild and is having to change its whole ethos to do so. The latest move has seen Blackberry break with another long held tradition. BlackBerry has revealed today that it would allow companies to manage its Blackberry 10 platform. The...

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Music, movies and TV shows available now from BlackBerry World web store

Today is a big day for RIM, and few hours before the big announcement they updated the BlackBerry World web storefront. If you visit the BlackBerry World homepage beside apps and games you will be able to see the selection of music, movies and TV shows. RIM has previously announced that the movies will be available from the store at the same day as the DVD release and TV shows one day after they air in North America and UK. At launch,...

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Visa approves RIM’s NFC mobile payment solution

Great news for RIM before its big announcement scheduled for the end of the month as today Visa approved RIM's Secure Element Manager (SEM) solution for NFC payment.   Frank Maduri, Senior Director, NFC Services and TSM Product Management at RIM said: "The approval from Visa of RIM's SEM solution is an important step in that it will enable carriers to support Visa issuing banks and financial institutions. We now offer carriers a...

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BlackBerry Curve 9315 for T-Mobile announced

T-Mobile has announced the most affordable BlackBerry smartphone to its customers. The Curve 9315 features a 320×240 164ppi display, 512MB of RAM, 3.2 megapixel rear camera, a microSD storage expansion slot (up to 32GB), built-in FM radio, GPS and run Blackberry OS 7.1. Brad Duea, senior vice president of product management at T-Mobile said:  "At T-Mobile, our goal is to delight customers. The new BlackBerry Curve 9315 will delight...

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RIM Settles Patent Agreement With Nokia for 65 Million Dollars

A little while back it was found out that RIM was violating Nokia patent on WLAN patents. Nokia took RIM to a a tribunal, which ruled in favour of Nokia and settlement was agreed to. We did not know how much this settlement was worth until recently when the form from the patent deal became public knowledge and it was found out they settled for 65 Million dollars. On December 21, 2012, Nokia and RIM announced that they have entered...

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