Blackberry News & Articles
| Monday May 9, 2011
When CEO's play Top Trumps, best brand doesn't match the revenue or market share categories, but makes a nice tiebreaker, as Apple (news, site) can now attest.
| Tuesday May 3, 2011
Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, made a surprise appearance at today's BlackBerry World conference in Orlando. Along with RIM president Mike Lazaridis, he announced that Microsoft is entering a partnership with RIM on BlackBerry smartphones, making Bing the default search engine and maps provider on all new devices.
| Thursday Apr 28, 2011
Research In Motion (news, site) has broken out the old corporate credit card again. In a somewhat secret deal, Research In Motion (RIM), producers of the business mobile giant, BlackBerry, has acquired the Web 2.0 social calendar application Tungle.me -- a fellow Canadian company -- for an undisclosed sum. This follows acquisitions of Gist and Tiny Hippos in February and March.
| Tuesday Apr 12, 2011
Adobe (news, site) packs in improved HTML 5 support, mobile and digital publishing, Flash authoring and a subscription plan to spread out the purchase cost.
| Monday Apr 11, 2011
Adobe (news, site) has a major presence in enterprise development, much of which can now be focused on iOS, Android and BlackBerry thanks to updates for Flash Builder and Flex, which both hit version 4.5.
| Thursday Mar 31, 2011
This week we looked at a variety of enterprise-y nuggets, including the benefits of offering freemium and whether or not SharePoint is worth your time when it comes to collaboration.
| Monday Mar 28, 2011
RIM (news, site) aims to ensure that its BlackBerry phones and upcoming PlayBook have top-notch apps by picking up tinyHippos, whose testing suite will help offer quality HTML 5 experiences.
| Friday Mar 25, 2011
RIM (news, site) prepares to launch its PlayBook in an enterprise environment that is changing by the day. Has it got the power and backing to halt Blackberry's apparent decline?
| Friday Mar 25, 2011
DeviceAnywhere (news, site) spends its efforts helping companies mobilize their apps, from which it generates information that it has revealed in a series of stats.
| Wednesday Mar 23, 2011
The rise of Twitter seems to know no bounds, with the social networking site recently celebrating its 5th birthday. Since starting out in 2006, its users have sent billions of messages, with over 140 million a day currently being tapped out around the word. Twitters use in the enterprise is growing more slowly, and a number of clones have sprung up to fill this perceived gap. One such clone, Yammer, has made a number of strides forward recently.
| Monday Mar 21, 2011
As Research in Motion (RIM) tries to find new markets and a competitive edge for its soon-to-be-released tablet PlayBook, the company has announced a partnership with Microsoft that will enable it to offer Office 365 services.
| Thursday Mar 3, 2011
File delivery service company SendStuffNow offers a cloud-based solution for users who need secure access to large data files on their smartphone with a new app for Windows Phone 7 users.
| Wednesday Feb 23, 2011
Social media moves so fast, it's hard to keep up. Here are the week's top stories in scan-friendly format:
- Is Blogging Dead?
- Airlines Embrace Customers on Twitter
- Red Cross Recovers Gracefully From Rogue Tweet
- Popular Twitter Clients Reinstated on Twitter
| Tuesday Feb 22, 2011
During two conferences, some key mobile news came out -- namely, that mobile malware will be a concern for Android and that mobile payments are coming sooner than expected.
| Thursday Feb 17, 2011
2010 was the year that information mobility came into its own. While mobile email and the RIM Blackberry have been staples of the mobile business person for years, the ability to deliver rich content in a convenient format was realized with mobile broadband, the Apple iPad and a massive uptake in data-enabled smart phones including iPhone, Android phones and the Blackberry.