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RIM cuts prices in European BlackBerry World store

Research In Motion is lowering the cost of the cheapest application price tier on BlackBerry World in order to make applications more attractive, as the company prepares to launch BlackBerry 10.

How BlackBerry 10 can snatch RIM from the jaws of death

Facing a downward spiral and irrelevance, RIM is betting its future on BlackBerry 10.

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Can new smartphones rekindle the BlackBerry fire?

'Not dead yet' could well be the new BlackBerry marketing theme, two new BlackBerry 10 smartphones are expected to be announced Wednesday.

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RIM's mobile management software supports iOS, Android

Research In Motion has released new mobile management software that adds support for Apple and Android devices.

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New BlackBerry mobile management tools ready for download

Analysts are unsure whether RIM's new enterprise mobility software can halt the migration away from BlackBerry smartphones

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RIM's plan to license its new OS: Pros and cons of the strategy

After a tough year, RIM is looking forward to launching BlackBerry 10, and now its CEO hints that the company might license the operating system to partners for use in non-RIM devices. Is this a good move?

RIM renames store to BlackBerry World as more content is added

Research In Motion has renamed its web store BlackBerry World, as it gets ready to add more content ahead of the launch of the BlackBerry 10 operating system.

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RIM gets Visa approval for mobile payments via NFC

Research in Motion announced Wednesday that credit card company Visa has approved RIM's security management system for use in mobile payments made with smartphones or tablets that use a Near Field Communication chip.

SpectorSoft expands monitoring to include BlackBerry devices

SpectorSoft announced a new release of Spector 360, which includes the ability to keep tabs on BlackBerry mobile devices.

Ovum: iPhone, iPad in the lead as mobile business intelligence matures

Apple and Google's Android have the widest adoption among mobile BI (business intelligence) applications, as the products are becoming more mature, according to a report from market research company Ovum.