RIM Emulates Blackberry On Windows Mobile
Apr 23, 2007, 12:53 AM by (staff)
RIM today announced that they will bring the entire Blackberry application suite to Windows Mobile 6. Users of new Microsoft smartphones will be able to launch a program that will contain all the Blackberry applications including the browser, inbox, phone, custom enterprise applications and more. Once this environment is running, the device will look and act like a Blackberry, however as with any other application, users will be able to switch to the built in Windows Mobile applications instantly. AT&T is working with RIM on the project and will support subscribers who run the software when it becomes available.
Inbox from Google Better Manages Events and Links
Apr 20, 2016
Google today updated its Inbox service with features that should help people keep track of events, newsletters, and web links with less fuss. Google says Inbox will now cluster emails regarding a single event together and always display the most up-to-date information in an easy-to-glance format.
Google Makes It Easier to Split Up and Pay Project Fi Bills
Jun 20, 2017
Google today simplified the process of managing monthly bills for subscribers to its Project Fi wireless service. Starting this week, Project Fi gains a new tool that helps the account manager easily determine what each member of the plan owes and send them a bill.
Google Says 'Project Treble' To End Device Update Woes
May 12, 2017
Google today announced Project Treble, which it hopes will solve the pain of updating smartphones to the latest version of Android. As it stands today, the process is multifaceted and includes a number of moving players, including Google, silicon makers, manufacturers, and carrier partners.
Project Fi Adds More Roaming Coverage and Travel Alerts
Feb 15, 2018
Google's Project Fi today expanded the number of countries in which subscribers can roam. Project Fi was already available in 135 countries, and now subscribers can visit any of 170 countries and access their Project Fi service.
Google Expands Enterprise Recommendation Program to More Phones
Jun 12, 2018
Google today said more phone makers now part of its Android Enterprise Recommended program. The Android Enterprise Recommended program, which was launched in February of this year, "establishes best practices and common requirements for devices and services, backed by a thorough testing process conducted by Google." In order to qualify, devices have to meet a number of specifications concerning their hardware, deployment, security updates, and user help programs.
it's everything i need, but it doesn't stream windows media. if i could combine blackberry email, slim design, good camera, ptt, and windows media - that would be phenominal
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