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Research In Motion has announced that Telefonica will introduce its BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220, the first BlackBerry smartphone to come in flip form factor, in Spain.
Analysts say mobile phone makers are reliant on Wall Street and many risk losing thousands of customers and experiencing layoffs in the wake of shocking revelations from the global banking industry this week.
Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM) will unveil a long-rumored flip version of its BlackBerry smartphone Wednesday, marking a departure from the traditional BlackBerry design and confirming the companyâ€™s drive into the retail consumer market.
Vodafone Spain and Research In Motion have launched BlackBerry Bold smartphone in Spain. According to Research In Motion (RIM), its new BlackBerry Bold supports tri-band HSDPA high-speed networks and comes with integrated GPS and Wi-Fi.
Rogers Wireless and Research In Motion have introduced the new BlackBerry Bold smartphone in Canada.
nuTsie, a leader in mobile and online music, announced service today on BlackBerry smartphones from Research In Motion (RIM) including the popular BlackBerry(R) Pearl(TM) and BlackBerry(R) Curve(TM) Series smartphones, through leading mobile software purveyor Handango.
T-Mobile Germany and Research In Motion have unveiled the BlackBerry Bold smartphone, which supports 3G network. According to Research In Motion (RIM), its BlackBerry Bold smartphone comes with integrated GPS and Wi-Fi features, and support tri-band HSDPA high-speed networks.
Renewed talk of a multimedia-packed BlackBerry aimed at the consumer market boosted shares of Research In Motion Ltd. on Thursday, with the stock also lifted by an analyst upgrade.
The BlackBerry Storm is developed by Research In Motion (RIM). It is a touchscreen smartphone with a virtual keyboard and comes in the 9500 and 9530 series. This phone has a feature called SurePress, which enables the screen to press down like a button to provide physical feedback. The Storm 9500 has a disabled CDMA module to allow for use outside North America, but it has only frequency bands that can be accessed in Europe, Oceania, Asia, and Brazil. This is because GSM carriers such as...
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