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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.

RIM attracts 15,000 apps for BlackBerry 10 in two days

It's starting to look like the BlackBerry store will be well stocked with apps when Research In Motion launches BlackBerry 10 at the end of this month.

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RIM at CES: 5 things to know about BlackBerry 10

Here's a look at what you should know before the BlackBerry 10 launch event on January 30

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Ubuntu, Firefox line up to take on iOS, Android in 2013

BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 will also be taking part in the smartphone battle

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After BlackBerry 10, RIM will let customers cherry-pick services

Research In Motion will let its customers pick and choose individual BlackBerry services such as security and mobile device management after it introduces the long-awaited BlackBerry 10 platform next month.

RIM launches invitation-only BlackBerry 10 evaluation program

RIM is launching a BlackBerry 10 beta program—putting it one step closer to finally rolling out the highly anticipated mobile platform.

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BBM brings Wi-Fi calling to BlackBerry phones

RIM is rolling out BBM Voice, which allows phones running BlackBerry 6 OS or newer versions to chat over Wi-Fi with other subscribers.

RIM offers free BlackBerry 10 smartphone

A program to help prepare business customers for the next-generation OS includes a free handset.

iPhones chipping away at BlackBerry enterprise stronghold

iPhones will beat out BlackBerries in the enterprise this year, IDC says, thanks in part to the "Bring Your Own Device" trend. But judging from your corporate-issued BlackBerry sitting idle in your desk drawer, has it happened already?