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RIM offers to work with India on BlackBerry access

An industry forum has been suggested by the maker of Blackberry handsets, Research In Motion, which would enquire into the matter of the requisite of legitimate right to access by the Indian security agencies to the encoded email and messaging services that come along with these smartphones. This measure came as the newest mode to prevent the obstruction of the services, by the Indian authorities, provided by Blackberry smartphones which comprises the swiftest developing telecom business in the world.

Mobile giants gearing up to launch India-specific app stores

Seeing the growing number of mobile phone users in India, the leading mobile phone manufacturers, such as Nokia, Apple, and Research in Motion (RIM) are anticipating great revenue opportunity in the mobile phone application market of India.

These companies feel that the Indian mobile phone application market has great potential with revenue opportunity next to US and Europe. These mobile phone giants are now gearing to launch the application stores specifically for Indian mobile phone users. These companies have already get application developers started for developing applications for their India specific application stores. The localized versions of the application stores will have applications customised for the Indian market.

BSNL Unveils Blackberry Services In India

BSNL Unveils Blackberry Services In IndiaBharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), India's No. 1 telecommunications company, and Research In Motion (RIM), a leader in providing wireless solutions for the global mobile communications market, have made announcement about the launching of BlackBerry services in the Indian market.

BSNL clients can now make the most of this new service, which helps them stay connected with their near and dear ones while on the move.

Mr. Kuldeep Goyal, CMD BSNL at Chandigarh, stated that said that the BlackBerry services will augment the company’s existence in the Indian mobile market.

BSNL Rolls Out Blackberry Service In India

BSNL Rolls Out Blackberry Service In India State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) and Research In Motion (RIM) rolled out the BlackBerry® solution for enterprise and individual customers with the BlackBerry® Bold™, BlackBerry® Curve™ 8310 and BlackBerry® 8700g smartphones.

BSNL clients can now enjoy the freedom and productivity advantages of using BlackBerry smartphones to stay connected to people and data while on the move.

Coming Soon: Unlocked Blackberries In India!

Coming Soon: Unlocked Blackberries In India! Here’s good news for those who uses Blackberry in India.

In a significant move, Research In Motion (RIM) has decided to come up with the 'unlocked' versions of its signature handset BlackBerry in the Indian market, which will enable the currently network-restricted (Airtel, Reliance Communications, and Vodafone) BlackBerry to function on the network of any telecom service provider.

Vodafone Unveils Its Blackberry ‘Storm’ In India

Vodafone Unveils Its Blackberry ‘Storm’ In IndiaLeading telecom operator Vodafone Essar and Research in Motion, the Canadian maker of the BlackBerry family of smartphones, have jointly launched 'Blackberry Storm' in the Indian market. 

Targeted at business and consumer markets, the newly launched device would be available in India from 15 January 2009.

Flipsmartphone to be launched by Airtel, RIM

Flipsmartphone to be launched by Airtel, RIM On Wednesday, Airtel and Research in Motion (RIM) will announce the launch of BlackBerry Pearl Flipsmartphone in India. It has been learnt that the product would be priced at Rs 21,990.

The users are allowed to type and dial easily in the BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 smartphone and the external display of smartphone provides previewing calendar reminders, email, text messages and phone calls.

India To Soon See Slew Of Unbundled BlackBerry Handsets

India To Soon See Slew Of Unbundled BlackBerry Handsets Since India is being considered as the fastest-growing wireless market, the maker of BlackBerry devices, Research In Motion (RIM), which is based in Canada, is thinking to sell unbundled handsets through retail chains and some exclusive stores in India.

According to the sources, “The company is on fast track to roll out a few own outlets and sell its devices through other mobile stores. This is in addition to the operators with whom it has tied up in India.”

RIM Unveils Its 3G Storm

The Canadian maker of the BlackBerry family of smartphones, Research in RIM Unveils Its 3G StormMotion has unveiled its first ever touch screen device ‘The Storm’ on Wednesday. 

Targeted at business and consumer markets, the newly launched device is BlackBerry’s official answer to rival touch-based smartphones launched recently including Apple's 3G iPhone, Sony Ericsson's Xperia X1, T-Mobile's Google Android-powered G1 and Nokia's 5800 music phone launched last week.

‘The 3G Storm’ will be available through Verizon Wireless in the US, and Vodafone in the European market by November 2008.

RIM Rolls Out ‘Blackberry Bold’ To Take On Apple’s iPhone

Canada-based technology giant Research in Motion (RIM) has made RIM Rolls Out ‘Blackberry Bold’ To Take On Apple’s iPhoneannouncement about the launching of its new smartphone ‘Blackberry Bold’ in Austria with the intention to take on rival Apple’s iPhone 3G.

Targeting business segment, the newly launched 3G-enabled phone comes packed with a half-VGA LCD display with 480x320 resolution, full QWERTY keyboard, powerful 624 MHz processor and 1GB internal storage memory.

RIM Unveils Blackberry Bold 9000 Smartphone

Canadian wireless device company Research in Motion (RIM) has made RIM's Blackberry Bold 9000 Smartphoneannouncement about the launching of its latest computer-cum-phone capable device, named Blackberry Bold 9000.

The newly launched phone is the first Blackberry model to support tri-band HSDPA high-speed networks around the world, and comes packed with the next-generation 624 MHz mobile processor that helps in speed up downloading email attachments, streaming video, or rendering web pages.

Airtel, RIM Rolls Out ‘BlackBerry Pearl 8120’ In Indian Market

BlackBerry Pearl 8120New Delhi: Bharti Airtel and Research in Motion (RIM) have made announcement of their new launching of the ‘BlackBerry Pearl 8120’ smart phone in the Indian market.

The new phone would cost around Rs 24,990 at all Airtel Relationship Centers and sales outlets.

Bharti said that their new phone is specifically designed for corporate users.

The Blackberry ‘Pearl 8120’ is a small and trendy smart phone, which comes with great voice and data traits together with a 2 mega pixel camera with 5x digital zoom.




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