Telecommunications Industry News
Shortly after banning the popular Kik Messenger application from its mobile software store, Research In Motion has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the developers of the app.
Dell has launched its Android-based smartphone device, the Streak, in Canada, at a cost of $549.99 when purchased outright.
American hardware giant, Dell, has announced plans to provide its employees with its in-house Venue Pro smartphone, replacing the currently-standard BlackBerry device for the purpose of wireless email communications.
Canadian mobile phone giant, Rogers Wireless, is planning to introduce a new and improved version of the Palm Pre smartphone capable of running on its HSPA mobile broadband network.
Research In Motion has officially unveiled its latest BlackBerry smartphone -- the Bold 9780 -- which is expected to be launched in numerous countries next month.
Research In Motion has acquired the bulk of the assets of DataViz, maker of Documents To Go and other business productivity applications for mobile devices.
Not discouraged by the BlackBerry Torch's lackluster launch in the United States, Canada's largest cell phone carrier, Rogers Wireless, has announced plans to offer the device in Canada beginning on September 24, at a cost of $199.99 on a three-year contract.
An Anglican Church in Nova Scotia has announced plans for a uniquely technological ceremony -- the spiritual blessing of smartphones, laptops, and other electronic communication devices.
Research In Motion's much-hyped touchscreen smartphone, the BlackBerry Torch, sold sluggishly during its first weekend of availability, causing analysts to raise questions about the Waterloo, Ontario-based company's long-term future.
Red, white, and black faceplates for Research In Motion's forthcoming BlackBerry 9800 smartphone are now available via Truesupplier, a Hong Kong based PDA accessories retailer.
Research In Motion is planning a new version of the BlackBerry Storm smartphone to launch alongside its forthcoming BlackBerry 6.0 operating system, according to the popular tech blog, Engadget.
Enterprise smartphone manufacturer, Research In Motion, has released early details about the multimedia features of its forthcoming BlackBerry 6.0 operating system.
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Edited by Jeremy Maddock