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#RIM Debuts #Blackberry 10 in NY

#RIM Debuts #Blackberry 10 in NY

Thorsten Heins, Research In Motion’s CEO, unveils the new BlackBerry 10 phone in NY Wednesday. According to Bloomberg, the event is on par with an Apple rollout and the new product line will impact both Hein’s and the failing company's future. The new phone doesn't have a home button. Instead, it [Full Story…]

IBM Secures Most Patents For 19th Year in a Row

IBM Secures Most Patents For 19th Year in a Row

For the 19th year in a row, Armonk-based IBM secured more patents than any other company in 2011. The company acquired 6,180 patents, 5 percent more than in 2010. According to PCWorld, Samsung Electronic took second place, securing 4,894 patents in 2011, then Canon (2,821), Panasonic (2559), [Full Story…]

Blackberry Struggling to Stay Afloat, Even With Wall Street Crowd

Blackberry Struggling to Stay Afloat, Even With Wall Street Crowd

The rapid releases of new innovations in mobile technologies have caused Blackberry developer, Research in Motion, to fall behind. The company showed a decrease in quarterly profits, an eight-year low in share price, and a  depressing forecast for shipments during the holiday season. What has [Full Story…]

BlackBerry Outages Rock Wall Street

BlackBerry Outages Rock Wall Street

Though the Occupy Wall Street protesters have been looking to disrupt daily life for Wall Street financiers, yesterday a BlackBerry outage breakdown might have accomplished this goal much more efficiently. According to Dealbook, Research in Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry service has experienced major [Full Story…]

NJ App Developers Take Awards at NJTC Event

NJ App Developers Take Awards at NJTC Event

by Esther Surden At the New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC) Mobile Application Forum event Wednesday, several area companies and several Canadian companies received awards for their innovative apps. ZSL, Inc. of Edison NJ, was honored with the prestigious Judges Award for its Wound [Full Story…]

RIM Releases PlayBook Tablet, Works to Attract BlackBerry Users

RIM Releases PlayBook Tablet, Works to Attract BlackBerry Users

Research in Motion recently released its PlayBook tablet, targeting enterprises and professionals who love their BlackBerry cellphones.  The tablet only works with WiFi so users get to use BlackBerry's cellular connection to get online, saving them the extra fees coming with iPhone and Android [Full Story…]

Thumbplay To Launch Mobile Subscription Service

Thumbplay To Launch Mobile Subscription Service

Thumbplay is launching what AllThingsD describes as a "all-you-can-eat mobile music subscription service on Thursday" initially for Research in Motion's Blackberry users, but they have plans for iPhone and Android versions. The service, which will costs $10 a month, allows subscribers [Full Story…]

NJ Companies Tap Mobile Software Development

NJ Companies Tap Mobile Software Development

A "host" of NJ-based companies are creating software for smartphones such as Research In Motion’s BlackBerry devices, Apple’s iPhone and Google's Android phones, including: The Giddy Gander Co. LLC in Ridgewood's iSeedSpit Vonage Holdings Corp. in Holmdel's Vonage mobile which [Full Story…]

Buzzd Now Available on Blackberry PDAs

Buzzd Now Available on Blackberry PDAs

Buzzd, which operates location-based city guides and a mobile social network, is unveiling a free application for Research in Motion’s Blackberry through the company's application store, the Blackberry App World. Prior to this, the NYC-based company's services were only available through a [Full Story…]