Popular BlackBerry Articles for 2001
Research In Motion and Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday plan to demonstrate software that will let RIM BlackBerry users print files to any printer within their company's computer networks.
A new wireless modem will take Palm V handhelds on a trip to the BlackBerry patch by offering always-on, instant access to e-mail.
It's not yet a case of evolve or die, but a new study suggests that the supremacy of the venerable notebook computer is threatened by more nimble handhelds, such as[...]
A wireless data network company plans to unveil a device that effectively allows a Palm handheld to act more like a BlackBerry pager.
Shares of Research In Motion fell as much as 16 percent Monday after telephone company BellSouth results showed declining subscriber growth for what investors extrapolated was the BlackBerry two-way e-mail[...]
A new software package enables businesses to send confidential corporate and personal data, such as financial statements and medical records, to users of Palm and BlackBerry handheld computers without fear[...]
Research In Motion is trying to stay ahead of competitors by signing an agreement with a major wireless carrier that could give the BlackBerry maker the ability to add voice[...]
Good Technology is counting on solid industry connections to pay off as it looks to take on Research In Motion and its BlackBerry device in the wireless e-mail arena.
When the BlackBerry e-mail pager makes its European debut later this year, it will be something to talk about. Soon afterward, it will be something to talk on.
Shares of Research In Motion stumbled Thursday after a Merrill Lynch analyst questioned whether one of RIM's resellers has too many BlackBerry e-mail pagers in inventory. [...]
BT Cellnet is now offering the BlackBerry two-way e-mail pager in Britain, a development that one analyst said Friday could spark a rush of orders for the product across Europe.[...]
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd. (NasdaqNM:RIMM - news) (RIM.TO) said on Friday that BT Cellnet is now offering its handheld BlackBerry e-mail device across Britain, in a deal[...]
NEW YORK -- According to Jim Balsillie, chairman and co-CEO of Research in Motion, his company's Blackberry pagers are so addictive that some users' spouses are making them check the[...]
The Waterloo, Ontario-based maker of the Blackberry e-mail pager and supporting software reported in-line first-quarter results despite recent analyst skepticism and earnings warnings from consumer-oriented handheld device makers Palm and[...]
RIM Europe, through Wireless Solutions Dada's Mobile Technology subsidiary, intends to release BlackBerry in Italy by early 2002, and develop customized, vertical applications.