Popular RIM Articles for 2004
Sales of Research in Motion's BlackBerry line of cellular-wireless handhelds have surged over the last few quarters. Its competitors better be on their toes if they don't want to get[...]
RIM has just announced the BlackBerry 7100t, a device it hopes will interest the man on the street in getting a BlackBerry.
Nextel has just begun carrying the BlackBerry 7520. This isn't this company's first BlackBerry wireless handheld, but it is its first BlackBerry with Bluetooth.
While Dell has asked for details of the new X50 to be hidden until it's released, the FCC released very primitive information, including a picture, about the X50 late Friday[...]
Beiks has released several new offline dictionaries for the RIM BlackBerry platform.
Last month, RIM officially announced its first smartphone. However, the device wasn't available at that time. The BlackBerry 7100t can now be ordered from T-Mobile USA.
PocketMac BlackBerry Edition is the first tool to allow Mac users to synchronize data with RIM BlackBerry handhelds.
Research In Motion today announced plans to offer a version of its BlackBerry Connect software directly to consumers. With it, users of Palm OS wireless devices will be able[...]
We were fortunate enough to demo a near-production BlackBerry 7100t earlier this week. RIM has seen the success of the palmOne Treo 600 and has taken aim at that device[...]
Research In Motion is showing off an upcoming BlackBerry wireless handheld that will be its first to offer Wi-Fi and VoWLAN support.
Research In Motion announced today that its newest cellular-wireless handheld, the BlackBerry 7290, will debut next month on Cingular Wireless, and in Europe later in the year.
EarthLink, one of the nation's leading ISPs, today announced that it is now offering the BlackBerry 7750, with wireless email and voice service.
At long last, Sprint has begun offering its first Blackberry wireless handheld, the 7750.
PalmSource CEO David Nagel demonstrated BlackBerry Connect for Palm OS during his keynote presentation at a wireless tradeshow this morning.
Two Motorola cellular-wireless devices expected later this year will be able to use the BlackBerry email service.
RIM has announced the BlackBerry 7750, which is expected to be available through Verizon in April.
A ruling is expected soon in a court case that will decide whether the BlackBerry line of wireless handhelds will continue to thrive or pass into the history books.
Ever since President Bush declared an end to the hostilities in Iraq and all is peaceful (cough, cough) it's time for the military to start experimenting with new toys and[...]
A court case started today that will decide whether the BlackBerry line of wireless handhelds will continue to thrive or will pass into the history books.
A RIM executive has said that his company is going to add Bluetooth to future versions of its wireless handhelds.