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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New and Hi Res Pictures of the Blackberry Z10

Very, very soon RIM will make it's return to the mobile market with the launch of a few very key devices. The Blackberry Z10 is one of those devices. This is BlackBerry's first major all touch screen device since the BlackBerry Storm 2 and if it doesn't do better than the Storm did Blackberry is in for a world of trouble. This will officially launched on the 30th of January with launch of the new OS Blackberry 10. Check out more pics...

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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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RIM sends out media invites for its global BB10 event

Research In Motion started to send out media invites for the upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS unveiling event scheduled for January 30, 2013. The US event will be held in New York while for Canadians, Toronto is the chosen city. Unveiling events will be also held in London, Paris, Dubai and Johannesburg. There are no other details, but it's expected RIM to officially unveil their new BlackBerry 10 operating system along with two BB10...

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Nokia Wins Patent Case vs. RIM

Nokia has been aggressive defending it's numerous patents lately and the latest company to targeted in this is Research in Motion. What went down in this round of courtroom drama? A Swedish arbitrator ruled RIM could not make or sell phones which can use WiFi networks - using WLAN (wireless local access network systems) without first agreeing royalties with Nokia. What does that mean in plan speak? It means that if this same ruling is...

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