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BlackBerry is a line of mobile e-mail and smartphone devices developed and designed by Canadian company Research In Motion (RIM) for 10 years. The consumer BlackBerry Internet Service, or BIS is available to 91 countries worldwide, on over 500 mobile service operators using various mobile technologies.

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BlackBerry reports $4.4bn loss

Dec 20 - Financial Times

Articles About BlackBerry

File Picture Shows a Man Walking Past a Nokia Logo During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
Ditch Blackberry for Windows Phone? Nokia’s Boldly Shows How in a Video [WATCH]

By IBTimes AU

Nokia’s pitting against other brands and devices is far from being done. Recently, the Finnish manufacturer, in its official UK blog boldly shows how users can migrate from Blackberry to a new Lumia while consistently mentioning the phone’s superiority against the competitor. (Apr 23)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, IPHONE, SAMSUNG, TWITTER, SMARTPHONE, SONY

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WhatsApp User-base Breaches Record 500 Million Mark; Indians Form the Biggest Chunk

By IBTimes IN

Popular messenger service, WhatsApp recently acquired by Facebook has breached the 500 million user base mark on Tuesday (22 April). (Apr 23)

MORE TOPICS: FACEBOOK, RUSSIA, INDIA, MEXICO, INVESTMENT, MICROSOFT

Adobe Flash Player 12: Review, Highlight, Prerequisite, Support; Available as Free Download

By IBTimes AU

The Adobe Flash Player is the touchstone for rich, salient and high-impact web content. Designs, graphics, animations, and user interfaces are deployed immediately across all browsers and platforms, guaranteeing rich and seamless virtual experience. (Apr 22)

MORE TOPICS: SILVER, ANDROID

Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook Speaks About the New iPad Air and the iPad Mini with Retnia Display During an Apple Event in San Francisco
New Disappearing Keyboard For iPad Provides 'Physical Buttons' On-Screen

By IBTimes AU

Tactus Technology, a start-up company, is making waves in the tech industry with its latest accessory constructing transparent keyboard buttons on top of any touchscreen display. (Apr 22)

MORE TOPICS: IPAD, CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW, ANDROID

Sony Xperia M2 Dual-SIM Android Smartphone Launched in India; Price, Specifications Details
Sony Xperia M2 Dual-SIM Android Smartphone Launched in India; Price, Specification Details

By IBTimes IN

Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony has released mid-range smartphone Xperia M2 Dual SIM in India. (Apr 21)

MORE TOPICS: INDIA, SMARTPHONE, SONY, ANDROID, HTC, CONGRESS

15 Useful Apps 'Conducive' to Productivity

By IBTimes AU

Mobile devices, aside from serving as communication tools, are created to enhance our everyday living and help us in all aspects related to productivity. (Apr 18)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, FEDEX, ANDROID, FACEBOOK

PAX East 2014
PAX East 2014: Where to Watch Live, List of Games Coming

By IBTimes IN

Pax East 2014 will see some big names coming, Check where to watch live. (Apr 11)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, STORM, ANDROID, FACEBOOK

Blackberry Could Face $250m Break Fee If Upcoming Debt-Deal Collapses
BlackBerry May Soon Stop Making Phones If Company Continues Loss

By IBTimes AU

Canadian phonemaker BlackBerry is finally making some sense under new CEO John Chen. After making several failed attempts to regain its lost glory of being the top mobile phone manufacturer that resulted in $1 billion losses under its old CEO, BlackB... (Apr 11)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, MANUFACTURING, ANDROID

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WhatsApp to Add 'Voice Calling' Feature to Android And iOS Shortly

By IBTimes AU

Early reports cited WhatsApp, the ubiquitous mobile messaging service, purchased by Facebook for a whopping $19 billion, is currently developing features to add 'voice calling' to their smartphone application. (Apr 10)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, FACEBOOK, SMARTPHONE, ANDROID

Weekly Roundup
Samsung ChatON Messenger Can Recall Messages; Additional Features Added

By IBTimes AU

ChatON, a mobile messaging service was introduced by Samsung in 2011. This service has a presence in more than 120 countries in 62 different languages. The latest news is that Samsung has updated its messaging service ChatON in version 3.5 which has some interesting features to offer. (Apr 07)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, FACEBOOK, ANDROID