Tag Archives: Research in Motion

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Beware of being sued for your BlackBerry transfers

Vodacom threatens potential legal action against subscribers who transfer content from their BlackBerry to other devices


BlackBerry fees to be cut?

Research In Motion will be forced to slash the fees it charges carriers for BlackBerry service this year


RIM may warn on BlackBerry shipments

Shares of Research In Motion dropped nearly 5 percent on Thursday after an influential analyst said RIM would likely warn that it came up short on BlackBerry shipments this quarter


MTN BlackBerry Internet Service downtime

Numerous MTN BIS customers are experiencing service problems accessing the Internet and related services


Apple, Google, Amazon, others sign privacy accord

Six of the world’s top consumer technology firms have agreed to provide greater privacy disclosures before users download applications in order to protect the personal data of millions of consumers

BlackBerry PlayBook

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 update available

Research in Motion have taken the “beta” flag off the new version of its tablet operating system


Why BlackBerry rules SA smartphone market

Product Director for Africa at RIM explains why BlackBerry dominates the South African smartphone market


Smartphone data usage in SA

How much data do the various smartphone platforms consume?


BlackBerry OS 7.1 showcased at CES

Research in Motion is showing off the newest version of its smartphone operating system at CES 2012

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Nokia Lumia 900 debuts at CES

Nokia has unveiled its latest smartphone, the Lumia 900 Windows Phone

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