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The share of standalone Bluetooth ICs will be about 40% by the end of 2014, down from 42% in 2013, and by the end of 2019 that share will remain at 40%. The steady market share of standalone Bluetooth IC market share is being maintained by both traditional device categories which consi...
Scott Jenson leads a project called The Physical Web within the Chrome team at Google. Project members are working to take the scalability and openness of the web and use it to talk to the exponentially exploding range of smart devices. Nearly every company today working on the IoT com...
Research in Motion Wednesday morning changed its name to BlackBerry to put RIM’s awful failures behind it as it launches the new BlackBerry 10 smartphone it hopes will change its fortunes. The name change came at the great reveal of two brand new QNX-based phones in the Big Apple: th...
PCs shipments were down 4.9%% globally in Q4 to 90.3 million units because of “must-have” tablets and the dicey state of the world’s economy Gartner said. The researcher figures “Tablets have dramatically changed the device landscape for PCs, not so much by ‘cannibalizing’ PC sales, ...
Apple has cut component orders for the four-month-old iPhone 5 because of weaker-than-expected demand, the Wall Street Journal said Monday citing “people familiar with the situation.” It’s unclear if Apple initially over-ordered out of concern for potential shortages or if it is movi...
Apple claims six more Samsung products, including the Galaxy Note II, infringe eight of its patents and wants to add them to its other California suit against the Korean giant, the one that doesn’t go to trial until March of 2014. Its first California suit against Samsung resulted in...
Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu think Apple is going to get $6–$8 in royalties on each Android phone HTC sells because of their weekend licensing arrangement that puts an end to all litigation between them. Of course, terms weren’t disclosed and Wu’s estimate could just be a shot in the ...
After a roughly four-month investigation, the staff at the Federal Trade Commission has reportedly told the agency’s five commissioners that they should bring Google to book for FRAND abuse for trying to block Apple and Microsoft from importing devices into the US that Google maintains...
Apple’s record earnings came in a bit short of expectations Thursday, a situation the smart money attributed to its failure to make enough phones although it still sold an amazing 26.9 million of the things, up 58% year-over-year and good for $17.13 billion, into the expected launch of...
If Apple gets its way it’ll win its high-profile patent infringement case against Samsung in San Francisco without there being much of a trial. They’ll go directly to the damages. It wants Samsung punished for attempting to influence a seated jury with a ruling from the bench that “Ap...
IBM’s approved smartphone is a BlackBerry because of its security. The company tolerates 80,000 staffers using their “bring your own” phones and tablets on its internal networks. But before they can, according to what CIO Jeanette Horan told MIT’s Technology Review the other day, IBM...
RIM said Tuesday that its PlayBook OS 2.0 is ready, free and downloadable, which puts it that much ahead of the equally vaunted webOS that HP has in open source triage seeing what will come of it. It would of course have been better yet if 2.0’s new features had been in 1.0. It might...
Research In Motion late Sunday named Thorsten Heins, 54, one of its co-COOs, president and chief executive, replacing co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie in the hopes the move reverses the company’s dramatic nosedive and calms irate investors whose stock lost three-quarters of its...
Amazon, which hired an investment bank for the purpose, according to Reuters, and Microsoft together with its buddy Nokia, according to the Wall Street Journal, have kicked the tires at RIM. Reuters says RIM “turned down takeover overtures from Amazon.com Inc and other potential buye...
RIM has had to change the name of its latest operating system to BlackBerry 10 after Basis International Ltd, a New Mexico ISV, claimed it owned the name BBX since 1985 and got a temporary restraining order Tuesday. The court told RIM not to use the name at a three-day conference it wa...
RIM Tuesday introduced BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, a multi-platform mobile device management (MDM) service capable of supporting Apple and Android tablets and smartphones as well as its own. A few years ago such a move would have easily been heretical but now it’s an unabashed attempt ...
Highly public BlackBerry outage is making headlines these days. It is only the tip of the iceberg - companies data centers are suffering from big impact outages resulting in loss of productivity, data, confidence, reputation, customers and money. We are looking at the current state of ...
Collin Stewart chip analyst John Vinh, who doesn’t follow RIM, thinks the company “has stopped production of its PlayBook and is actively considering exiting the tablet market.” He claims Quanta has stopped making the things and last week laid off a thousand production workers at the...
Nortel Networks on Friday completed the sale of its 6,000 treasured patents and patent applications to the purpose-built Rockstar Bidco consortium consisting of Apple, EMC, Ericsson, Microsoft, RIM and Sony for a dazzling $4.5 billion. Quoting people supposedly in the know, the pap...
RIM Monday morning described itself as swollen and said it would lay off 2,000 people, 11% of its staff. The company said a few weeks ago that it would make cuts in an attempt to compete with the Apple and Android tablets and phones that are killing it. Reductions are supposed to b...
RIM supposedly cut its Q2 Playbook sales targets to 800,000–900,000 from 2.4 million–2.5 million according to DigiTimes’s anonymous supply chain sources. Apparently Playbook’s best day was its launch day when 40,000–50,000 units supposedly moved. It’s reportedly been down hill from the...
Joining the spate of companies that have rushed to offer cloud-based music storage and streaming services, Electronics retailer, Best Buy Co., has also announced that it is bringing its online music platform, which is already operational in the UK, to the U.S. The My Music Anywhere pla...
RIM has recalled about a thousand of its shiny new PlayBook tablets because of a setup-defeating flaw in the things’ vaunted QNX operating system build that means they won’t load software properly. The company thinks most of the affected units are still somewhere in the channel. Engadg...
RIM has licensed all of Intellectual Ventures’ 30,000 patents and counting, following HTC and Samsung down that path. The Nathan Myhrvold company, regarded as a patent troll by some, says RIM can leverage its portfolio in its future licensing negotiations. It’s unclear if RIM is protec...
It appears that RIM is going to use Microsoft’s cloud for data storage and management of its corporate smartphones and seven-inch Playbook tablets. It’ll swap out its users’ pricey on-premises e-mail widgetry. Microsoft won’t run the data centers but will supply connections to its upco...
RIM said Tuesday that its seven-inch QNX-based Playbook tablet will start selling in 20,000 retail shops in North America on Tuesday April 19. The 16GB model will go for $499, the 32GB for $599 and the 64GB for $699, same as the 9.7-inch iPad. Both the Xoom and the Galaxy Tab, the ...
Mastek, the global provider of vertically focused enterprise technology and platforms, has announced the completion of its iPhone and Blackberry Mission Leadership® app project on behalf of global business execution consultancy McKinney Rogers. Mastek had been tasked with delivering iP...
So there’s RIM – within sight of the launch of its unconventional ONX-based iPad-bucking PlayBook tablet, reportedly set for April 10 or thereabouts – and all of a sudden its chief marketing officer Kevin Pardy, imported from Nokia a couple of years ago, decides to leave for the conven...
Research in Motion is working on getting its yet-to-hit-market QNX-based Blackberry Playbook tablet to run Android apps so it won’t be app-starved, according to a Bloomberg piece quoting “three people familiar with the matter.” Two people reportedly told it RIM is developing the wi...
Cloud Expo, Inc. announced on Thursday that Cloud Expo 2011 New York, the 8th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo, will take place June 6-9, 2011, at the Javits Center in New York City. The International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo series is the world’s leading Cloud-...
Juniper is buying Trapeze Networks from Belden Inc for about $152 million cash to reinforce. The move will give it a position in wireless networking where it will meet its biggest competitor, Cisco, as well as Aruba and Meru Networks. Juniper hasn’t had a wireless LAN strategy for conn...
Dell's mobile device chief Ron Garriques, the guy Dell hired in 2007 after he didn't cut it at Motorola, is leaving the company effective January 28 although he's supposed to consult for the next year. Dell has reorganized his year-old Communications Solutions Group out of existence...
Conditions are ripe for the mobile economy to play a bigger role than ever this holiday season, according to a national survey conducted by Sybase 365, a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., the global leader in mobile messaging and mobile commerce services. The survey of 1,000 consumers found...
SYS-CON Events announced today that the 8th International Cloud Expo will take place June 6-9, 2011, in New York City. The International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo series is the world's leading Cloud-focused event and is held three times a year, in New York, Silicon Valley and ...
“The new BlackBerry PlayBook is a multitasking powerhouse for apps and content services and, together with Kobo’s eBooks app and service, it will provide users with an exceptional eReading experience,” stated Jim Tobin, Senior Vice President, Value-Added Services, Research In Motion, a...
Having been kicked in the teeth by both iPhone and Android smartphones this year, Research In Motion unveiled its rumored iPad copycat Monday in an attempt to stop both Apple and Google from leaching more of its revenues.
Competition-tossed Research In Motion could unveil its BlackPad answer to the iPad next week at a developers’ conference in San Francisco according to the Wall Street Journal. The paper describes the thing the way others have: a seven-inch touch screen with one or two cameras and Bluet...
As though tearing a page out of Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe or Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur, RIM is running up a tablet called BlackPad that calls to mind the archetypal medieval wild card, the black knight. RIM means to use the embedded Neutrino operating system, a species of Un...
SugarSync Inc., makers of the SugarSync file sync, backup and sharing service, on Tuesday announced the launch of an updated version of the SugarSync for BlackBerry app, enabling people to stream music from their cloud-based SugarSync storage account to their BlackBerry handheld device...
Research In Motion (RIM) on Tuesday released updated Java and Web-based development tools for the BlackBerry platform. The BlackBerry Java Plug-In for Eclipse v1.1 and the BlackBerry Web Plug-in v2.0 offer new capabilities that make it even easier to create feature-rich applications. T...



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