One of Blackberry's main focuses is security. The RIM servers are just about the most secure in the world for good reason, most companies use the BIS severs for data transmission. BlackBerry 10 seems to be increasing their security stand by disallowing 106 of the most common passwords, some of them may surprise you.
Research In Motion (RIM) is finally ready to put BlackBerry back on the map with the launch of BlackBerry 10 on 30 January at events throughout the world, with the first two devices powered by the revamped mobile operating system slated to be unveiled that day.
Google's Android mobile operating system is just four years old and has managed to grow at an incredible rate, ruling a whopping 75 percent of the smartphone market in the third quarter of this year.
Investors were more or less stunned on Thursday, when RIM's quarterly results were released. Today, more hope emerged for the struggling company as share prices increased 8%, buying the company more wiggle space for the sales of BlackBerry 10 next year.
Tomorrow Research In Motion (RIM) will hold the BlackBerry Jam Americas in San Jose, California. It is expected that more of BlackBerry 10 will be revealed, but probably not any new hardware.
The world's favorite, or else not-so-favorite wireless underdog suffered an outage today, curiously similar to one which occurred last year, about the same time of the year.
Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer, has authorised the company to give all of its US employees a complementary iPhone 5, or an Android or Windows Phone 8 device, putting an end to its previous reliance on BlackBerry phones.
eBay is capitalising on the iPhone 5 announcement by accepting trade-ins of old smartphones, including the iPhone 4S, for up to $400.
IBM is interested in buying the enterprise business of Research In Motion (RIM), the struggling maker of the BlackBerry, according to a number of sources.
RIM has been granted a major patent on the keyboard and text-input features of its upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
Research In Motion (RIM) is to sell one of its corporate jets in order to raise much-needed funds, while the company has also suggested that the delay of BlackBerry 10 might not be such a bad thing after all.
Thorsten Heins, President and CEO of Research In Motion (RIM), has denied that the BlackBerry is facing the strong likelihood of failure, as many analysts predict.
Research In Motion (RIM) could face bankruptcy, analysts say, after delaying the release of its BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system and cutting staff numbers by 5,000.
Research In Motion (RIM), the company behind the BlackBerry, is considering splitting into two separate businesses, according to a report in a UK newspaper.
Market research and analysis firm IDC (International Data Research) predicts that Android will peak this year, and that Windows Phone will surpass iOS by 2016. It also forecasts that a market will remain for Blackberry devices, despite their current gloomy status.
Today, RIM confirmed that current BlackBerry owners will not receive the much anticipated Blackberry OS 10 update. The only way to get it will be to purchase a new Blackberry handset.
Research In Motion (RIM), the maker of BlackBerry phones, is a dying company. Even markets once reliable to RIM are no longer an assumed asset to them. However, the launch of a new Blackberry in India shows that the company might be looking overseas for a fighting chance – and might just get it.
The PlayBook OS 2.0 was launched not too long ago, which enables BlackBerry PlayBook owners to download and install Android apps onto their tablet. But with unofficial Android apps made available for PlayBook, Research in Motion is planning to deter such piracy.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has launched a mobile device management solution for enterprise customers using rival mobile platforms on Apple and Android devices.
Research In Motion (RIM), maker of the BlackBerry smartphone range, has denied reports that it is abandoning the consumer market, accusing the media of blowing a quote out of proportion.