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Friday October 21 2011 NEW research shows that consumers are turning their back on BlackBerry after the firm's recent difficulties. Nearly half of all BlackBerry users say they will get a different device when they change handsets, according to new
Following on from RIM's unprecedented announcement that BlackBerry customers will be able to avail of up to US$100 worth of premium BlackBerry apps in the coming weeks, Digicel is pleased to announce that it will also reimburse those customers
Warren Buffet, CEO, Berkshire Hathaway In the world of business, there are a few words that stand out among the rest in the minds and hearts of owners, entrepreneurs and managers...In strategy, we talk about value proposition and value chains; in
Video Infographic After attending the BlackBerry Developer Conference (DevCon) in San Francisco this week, I can confidently say this problem is on its way to becoming a part of the past...Instead, they are coded using third-party platforms such as
The Phantom Clickerist is a characterful iPad app for children, with colourful characters spread over 26 virtual pages. What's more, the developer is promising to adopt a polar bear with the WWF for every 5,000 sales. Pad Biking game Bike Baron is
Canadian multinational manufacturer of the popular BlackBerry said today that the application iSpeech DriveSafe.ly Pro is the first of a series of programs, both utilities and games, users can download BlackBerry App World in the coming weeks.
Spotify finally debuts its BlackBerry app for streaming music October 19, 2011 Sean Ludwig Streaming music service Spotify has finally launched an application to bring its service to BlackBerry owners that love having access to copious amounts of
But while the disruption may have sounded the death-knell for Research In Motion, the phones' embattled maker, it may have helped save lives elsewhere. In the United Arab Emirates, a dramatic fall in traffic accidents has been directly linked to the
BlackBerry outages excuse for a few days ago with 100 dollars worth of apps. This was announced by RIM as a sign of gratitude for the''patient''of customers who have stayed for days without messaging services and Internet access. The company '
In terms of historical apologies, this isn't quite on the scale of Kobe Bryant's $4 million diamond ring for his wife after his ill-advised tryst, but it's better than a slick Don Draper denial...SNE ) offered up premium downloads after its