Popular BlackBerry Articles for 2002
We may soon see RIM's wireless email solution popping up in devices other than its own, and on higher-speed networks
RIM e-mail— It’s not just for BlackBerrys anymore! We'll tell you about the high speed plans for this established competitor.
A federal jury has ruled that RIM's Blackberry wireless handhelds infringe on some patents held by NTP and ordered the company to pay $23 million.
Good Technology's GoodLink wireless email software will soon work in Pocket PCs, Palm Powered handhelds, and BlackBerry devices--and it's got devices of its own too. Think RIM is concerned? You[...]
RIM has developed the BlackBerry 6510, a smartphone that runs on Nextel's wireless networks and offers web surfing and email.
Palm's i705 competes head-to-head with RIM's BlackBerry, but is there a way that both parties can win?
Palm s latest device replaces the venerable Palm VII that has had a very long life. The i705 also jumps into competition with Blackberry and other mobile email devices. The[...]
Nokia to license RIM's email software, Quickoffice 6.2 supports Palm OS 5, new offline Internet reader for Pocket PC, and more.
There is good and bad financial news from RIM, T-Mobile has released a ROM update for its Pocket PC Phone Edition, Pocket Informant has been updated, and more.
NEW YORK - Whether Handspring likes it or not, its Treo Communicator device is going to be compared to the Blackberry e-mail pager.
Updated RIM has announced GSM/GPRS devices, Kyocera has renewed its Palm OS licence, and Microsoft is adding limited Bluetooth support to WinXP.
Palm licenses RIMS's keyboard technology, new version of PocketMac, Sendo dumps Microsoft's Smartphone 2002, and more.
Handspring and RIM settle patent lawsuit, MultiPivot is a new stand for all types of handhelds, new version of the Palm Reader for desktops, and more.
RESTON, Va., Jan 24 (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) (RIMM) and network carrier Nextel Communications Inc. (NXTL) said on Thursday they would work with Motorola Inc.(MOT) to develop[...]
Research In Motion Ltd. will announce today the commercial launch of its new BlackBerry pager that allows users to send and receive both phone calls and e-mail.
Nokia plans on attacking the broader business market with a series of phones featuring the Blackberry operating system. The first effort is the Nokia 6800 which will sell for $250[...]