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RIM releasing BlackBerry Tour for Sprint, Verizon

Research In Motion unveiled its latest smartphone, the Tour, and said it would be available soon on Sprint Nextel and Verizon Wireless. The gadget offers features for both consumers and business

Where does Palm go from here?

The Palm Pre has been reviewed, praised and released. Now the big question for Palm is: Will webOS have legs? Palm went to lengths to point out during the months-long build-up to the Pre's June 6

RIM mum on navigation firm acquisition

Research in Motion confirmed that it acquired Dash Navigation, but the BlackBerry maker isn't providing any details on the acquisition or its plans for the firm. Dash's technology converts a personal

T-Mobile aims to boost data revenues with pricing adjustments

T-Mobile USA tweaked the prices and stipulations for its data and messaging offerings, moves that research and consulting firm Current Analysis said reflect the No. 4 carrier's continued efforts to

Verizon launching BlackBerry Pearl Flip

Verizon Wireless will launch Research In Motion's BlackBerry Pearl Flip phone, becoming the latest carrier to sport the clamshell smartphone. The phone has a 2-megapixel camera, a SureType Qwerty

Analyst: RIM to face pressure amid Palm, Apple launches

Research In Motion, and its stock, are likely to face mounting pressure as Sprint Nextel launches the Palm Pre June 6 and Apple possibly unveils a new version of the iPhone (which is rumored to be on

Rumor Mill: T-Mobile launching prepaid BlackBerry service

T-Mobile USA is going to introduce prepaid service for Research In Motion's BlackBerry phones, according to the website CrackBerry.com. The website cited a Best Buy advertisement for a T-Mobile

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.