RIM Buys tinyHippos for Emulator Tech
Mar 25, 2011, 6:06 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Research In Motion today announced that it has acquired a company called tinyHippos for an undisclosed sum. tinyHippos makes a mobile environment emulator called Ripple. The company also has web and mobile widget development chops, which RIM says it is adding to the BlackBerry Developer team. RIM recently announced that its QNX-based PlayBook tablet will use "app players" (i.e., emulators) to allow Android and Java-based applications to run on the PlayBook.
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