With nearly 50% of Americans owning a smartphone, the Federal Communications Commission is working to make sure users are more informed on how to keep their device secure by providing a free online security checklist.
Research In Motion has begun sending out invitations to its January 30 launch in event in New York City for BlackBerry 10. This is expected to be the unveiling of this new operating system and a smartphone to run it.
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One of the first handsets that will run the new BlackBerry 10 OS from RIM, the L-Series device codenamed "London," has been spotted in the wild. Update: And video, too.
RIM is going to introduce BlackBerry 10 in January, and has recently finished up work on the operating system's software developer toolkit (or, SDK) has officially gone "gold." Get more info from TechnologyGuide
The latest version of BlackBerry Messenger supports making free calls over a Wi-Fi connection, as well as other improvments. Read more TechnologyGuide.
BlackBerry maker RIM is willing to take active measures to protect its customers? safety, even if that means preventing them from setting easily predictable passwords Get more from TechnologyGuide.
With December now in full swing, IDC has released its latest prediction for the global mobile phone market, forecasting that the industry will grow only 1.4% year over year in 2012, while smartphone shipments are expected to grow 45.1% from 2011.
The launch of RIM's BlackBerry 10 operating system will be next month, so the company has launched a new training program of sorts for those who are eagerly anticipating the next generation of the mobile business device. TechnologyGuide has more.
Following up on its previous Dev Alpha testing program, RIM has announced Blackberry 10 Dev Alpha C. The new program will provide developers with Blackberry 10 QWERTY devices so that they are able to begin testing and debugging the applications set to arrive on the Blackberry 10 OS.
While consumers and enterprise users won't be able to buy a device running BlackBerry 10, the latest operating system from Research In Motion, until sometime next year, when they do, the smartphones will be certified for government work, thanks to the FIPS 140-2 certification the platform has just received.
For the first time, more users are accessing wireless hotspots via their smartphone rather than their laptop. Get the full story from our parent site, TechnologyGuide.
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