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.
BlackBerry Expands Hub+ to More Android Phones
BlackBerry today made its BlackBerry Hub+ suite of enterprise applications available to a wider range of devices. At the same time, it added five more apps to the suite.
PayPal to Kill Off Its Windows Phone and BlackBerry Apps
PayPal today said it will sunset its Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Amazon Fire Phone apps on June 30. After that date, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Fire Phone users will not be able to login to or use the Paypal mobile app.
Windows 10 to Run Android and iOS Apps
Microsoft today said Windows 10 devices will be able to run Android applications. According to Microsoft, developers will be able to reuse Java and C++ code to run Android apps in an Android subsystem on Windows 10 devices.
TCL to Be Sole Maker of BlackBerry Phones
BlackBerry today said moving forward TCL Communications, the parent company of Alcatel, will be responsible for designing, manufacturing, selling, and supporting all BlackBerry-branded smartphones. The companies struck an agreement that sees TCL licensing BlackBerry's security software and service suite along with the BlackBerry brand.
BlackBerry Weighing Move to Android
BlackBerry is considering whether or not to make a smartphone based on Google's Android platform rather than its own operating system, reports Reuters. Citing sources familiar with BlackBerry's plans, Reuters says the company is working on a slider handset that would have a touch screen and a slide-out physical keyboard for typing.
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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