The Canadian Press has named Jim Balsillie, CEO of Research In Motion, its Business Newsmaker of the Year.
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The application reads business card information from a photo, then inserts appropriate contact details into the BlackBerry address book.
The BlackBerry application developer has received $800,000 from Hutton International Investments and from the private placement of restricted common stock.
The application helps BlackBerry users identify and block unwanted callers.
We've put together a list of the news briefs most read by our newsletter subscribers and site visitors over the past year.
The service now offers unlimited international calling to over 60 countries for a flat fee of $24.99 per month.
The solution lets BlackBerry users create bills, quotes, expense reports and timesheets, then deliver professionally-formatted documents via fax or email.
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The software allows physicians to use their BlackBerry devices to access 3M's dictation, transcription and speech recognition systems.