Research in Motion (RIM) has announced three Blackberry Curve models – 9350, 9360 and 9370, with connectivity being the difference: the 9350 is CDMA-only, 9360 supports GSM and UMTS while 9370 supports both GSM and CDMA. All three of them run RIM’s latest Blackberry 7 OS. Unlike yesteryear’s Curves, the new Curves now sport a higher resolution screen.… Continue reading RIM Launches New Blackberry Curve Models
As a mean to quell riots, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron has urged the authorities to consider blocking social-networking websites and messaging services during the country’s worst anarchism since the 1980s. Cameron said that the government – working together with police, the intelligence services and companies – should look at “whether it would be right to stop… Continue reading U.K. Government Weighing The Options to Block Social Media
After losing one of its key figure about a month ago, RIM announced that it would be making some staff cutbacks. No specific numbers were given in the announcement, but now the details of the layoffs have been made clear. RIM plans to cut staff by roughly 11%, laying off 2,000 workers “to focus on areas that offer the… Continue reading RIM: 2,000 Employees Will Be Let Go
Brian Wallace, who was the Vice President of digital marketing and media at Research In Motion (RIM), has reportedly left the company for Samsung Mobile’s Dallas office.
According to BGR, Research In Motion (RIM) is planning to bring its BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) application to both Android and iOS.