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RIM launches BlackBerry Curve 9380 in Canada

Research in Motion is all set to launch BlackBerry Curve 9380 in Canada.  This smartphone which is the first full touch smartphone under Curve Series has a host of features and apps.  This finely crafted smartphone was announced globally in November 15th and was launched in India where it is available for a price of Rs.19,990. BlackBerry Curve 9380 has an 806 MHz processor with a 5 Mega pixel camera... 

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Apple apps not as easily accessible in India as compared to Nokia and RIM

It is reported that Apple products in India were not as accessible by customers due to the fact that customers were not in a position to avail of iPhones, iPads and iTunes that were showcased on company websites or in some company stores across the globe. It was also found that on an average two other major smartphone companies, Nokia and Research in Motion retailed more products as compared to Apple... 
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BlackBerry Torch 9860 introduced by Research in Motion (RIM)

Hoping to cash in on the upcoming festive season has seen a number of new launches by various companies.  Adding to the list is Research in Motion with their new BlackBerry Torch 9860.  The company which had recorded falling sales figures are hopeful that this launch will revive their market share. Torch 9860 is priced at Rs. 28,490 and is said to be cheaper than other smartphones in the market.... 

BlackBerry getting ready to launch another full touch no key smartphone

BlackBerry is reportedly working on launching a new full touchscreen smartphone. Research in Motion have said that the new smartphone with state of the art touch screen will be out soon. A new OS 7 for BlackBerry devices is also expected in the near future. A full touch screen with no keypads is also predicted. Some shots of the new launches were revealed. Full touch model with a 3.7” touchscreen... 

We cannot ban e-services like BlackBerry, Gmail, Skype, for lack of scrutiny - Telecoms security panel

Indian Government cannot ban services like BlackBerry, Gmail, Skype, Nokia, etc only because they are difficult to track or have servers outside the country, revealed a statement from Indian Telecom security panel. The ongoing battle between RIM’s BlackBerry and Indian Govt. has seen the latter threatening to ban services in India if RIM is unable to provide access to their servers. According to... 

Dolby Labs sues RIM for installing their audio compression technology in BlackBerry handsets

After refusing to pay for using audio compression technology from Dolby Laboratories, Canadian mobile manufacturer, RIM will now have to face legal action regarding the same. Earlier yesterday, Dolby Laboratories filed a lawsuit against RIM for illegally using their technology without their knowledge or consent. Research In Motion – RIM had installed these technologies in their BlackBerry handsets... 
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Indian Government ultimatum to BlackBerry maker, RIM

The war between Blackberry manufacturer, Canada based, Research In Motion - RIM  has been going on for 3 years now. Earlier today, RIM has been served an ultimatum by Government of India to either allow access to their servers or stop their services in the country, reported Economic Times. Earlier in January this year, RIM gave Indian Government access to their BlackBerry Messenger servers, but it... 
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RIM offers Metadata to Indian Government to settle Blackberry issue

In order to settle the controversy behind Blackberry phones, its manufacturer, RIM has offered Metadata information to the Indian Government. With the help of Metadata information, the Indian government can track who authored the mail and who is its receiver; it can also get to know the subject and some information on mail body. But RIM’s offer is not good for Government of India. Metadata is not... 
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