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Critical security flaws found in Blackberry enterprise apps


RIM, U.S. Cellular hiring despite recession

Despite pervasive economic gloom and industry layoffs, it seems a few wireless companies are still hiring. Research In Motion plans to hire 200 new workers and U.S. Cellular is building a candidate

SAP CRM solution for BlackBerry

SAP and Research In Motion have released an integrated solution that provides customers with anytime, anywhere access to the SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) application on BlackBerry smartphones.

Rumor Mill: BlackBerry Storm 2 slated for June

Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm 2 is going to be launched by Verizon Wireless in June, according to a rumor on the website BlackBerryOS.com. The post said that in the past two weeks Verizon has

Palm Pre timeline

With the imminent launch of the Palm Pre, it's worth taking a look back over the past two years to see the rumors, announcements, speculation and hype that brought us to this point. 2008 Dec. 2-

Gartner: Smartphone sales surge

New figures from Gartner show smartphone sales increased to 36 million units worldwide in the first quarter, representing 13.5 percent of all handset sales in the quarter. Research In Motion saw its

RIM: Smartphones will dominate netbooks

Research In Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie said that, despite the current hype around netbooks, smartphones will end up ruling the day due to their pocketable design. The comments are notable as they

Rumor Mill: BlackBerry Storm 2 pictures spotted?

Less than two weeks after Research In Motion revealed it will make a second version of its BlackBerry Storm smartphone, pictures of the device have reportedly popped up on the all-things-BlackBerry

What are the top smartphone operating systems?

The smartphone space has become crowded. Apple, Google's Android platform, Research In Motion's BlackBerry OS, Microsoft's Windows Mobile platform and the Symbian OS are all competing for real estate

BlackBerrys to offer Gmail – with limitations

Google has launched a service to push Gmail and calendar items to the native client software on BlackBerry devices, stepping up the search giant's efforts in the enterprise market, IDG news service reports.