Despite the still-struggling economy and the Iceland volcanic ash travel crisis, handset shipments still rose dramatically versus last year. Get all the drivers here.
While the most high-profile announcements at WES were the introduction of BlackBerry OS 6, BlackBerry MVS 5, and the Bold 9650 and Pearl 3G smartphones, many RIM partners took the opportunity to make significant product announcements as well.
The results of a March 2010 reader survey of nearly 200 enterprise executives reveals that when it comes to policies about who pays for smartphones in the enterprise, organizations use a wide range of models, oftentimes simultaneously.
The Titanium platform enables web developers to create native apps for BlackBerry devices without
requiring knowledge of Java or Objective-C.
IMS is partnering with RIM to outfit drivers with a voice activated solution to help them comply with new laws banning the use of handheld electronic devices while driving.
The service enables enterprise IT managers to provide BlackBerry users with
uninterrupted email access in the event of a Microsoft Exchange outage, BES failure or RIM infrastructure downtime.
Using BlackBerry smartphones and Baracoda bar code scanners, French delivery company Sernam is able to provide delivery status updates within 15 minutes
of the pickup or delivery of any package.
The Garminfone is fully-integrated with Garmin's navigation technology. Get other features and learn when T-Mobile USA is making the phone available.
In his keynote session at the Research In Motion Wireless Enterprise Symposium on April 27, 2010, RIM President/CEO Mike Lazaridis offered a sneak peek at BlackBerry OS 6, due in Q3 2010.
10 percent of the purchase price of each case will be donated to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade to support research to find a cure for breast cancer and programs that provide access to breast health care.