BlackBerry

A round-up of significant executive moves, announcements and other developments from the world of business during November 2013.

 

Ever since apps burst into the mainstream when the iPhone first appeared, they have multiplied exponentially.

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Henry Osadzinski gets to grips with the BlackBerry's rival to the Apple iPad.

BlackBerry today announced its services will be “returning to normal”, following a week of major service disruptions and customer complaints. 

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Ever since apps burst into the mainstream when the iPhone first appeared, they have multiplied exponentially.

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UK digital dictation company V7 has introduced an online digital dictation service for BlackBerry smartphone users called Yodal. John Stokdyk reports.

Research In Motion (RIM) has launched a free online service for small businesses, giving them some measure of protection on lost or stolen company BlackBerry smartphones.

Research In Motion (RIM) has confirmed its largest ever BlackBerry launch, with five new smartphone models from the company due this month.

Google’s Android mobile operating system now powers nearly 50% of the global market share of smartphones, according to research conducted by analysts at

Company provides mobile phones to employees.

Some employees have received replacement phones but have not returned their original phone (no question that phones are lost).

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