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3:26 pm on Nov 16, 2011 |
Just says ago RIM announced the all new BlackBerry Curve 9380. Now if you’ve been following the news about this device, it’s no normal curve. The new Curve touch features a full 3.23″ touch screen giving users another way to experience the BlackBerry 7 OS. One thing I did notice was that the Curve touch looked almost identical to the Curve 9360 on the back, but once you flip it over it’s a whole new experience. Hit up the link below to check out a few close up photos of the new all touch Curve.
8:34 am on Nov 14, 2011 |
Theres no doubt about it that RIM and security go hand in hand. Just a few months ago the BlackBerry PlayBook received FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) certification and today RIM has let us know that their new BlackBerry 7 operating system, that is currently found on 4 new BlackBerry smartphones, have been awarded common criteria EAL4+ certification. The EAL4+ certification continues to build upon on RIM mission to stay the industry leader in mobile security.
“Security is one of the most important considerations for enterprise customers and we are proud that BlackBerry 7 OS has earned this rigorous certification,” said Scott Totzke, Senior Vice President, BlackBerry Security at RIM. “RIM is renowned as a market leader in the delivery of secure mobile solutions, and this achievement helps to provide our customers globally with continued confidence in deploying BlackBerry solutions throughout their organizations.”
If you’re interested in reading the full Press Release you can find it after the break, it’ll give you a better inside into just why your movement probably relies on RIM and their services.
Waterloo, ON – Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ:RIMM)(TSX:RIM) today announced that BlackBerry® smartphones running on the BlackBerry® 7 Operating System (OS) have been independently evaluated by a third-party Common Criteria evaluation facility and meet the security criteria for evaluation assurance level (EAL) 4+.
The Common Criteria is an international standard for validating that products meet specific security requirements. Widely respected for its extensive and comprehensive evaluation by an independent third party, EAL4+ accreditation examines a product’s design, software development methodology, and security mechanisms. EAL4+ is the highest level of accreditation under the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) by 26 countries.
10:38 am on Oct 10, 2011 |
We’ve been waiting to hear from RIM regarding when they would offer a service that utilize the NFC technology that is built into the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 and Curve 9360. Today RIM has announced the new service called BlackBerry Tag. BlackBerry Tag will allow you to add BBM contacts, transfer media files, and more with just a tap. Also RIM will be opening up APIs to allow developers to access these features and make more connected applications. I’m sure we’ll hear more from RIM on this at Devcon but for the full details so far check out the full press release after the break.
RIM Unveils BlackBerry Tag – Coming Soon to BlackBerry Smartphones
BlackBerry Tag enables effortless ‘tap to share’ exchanges of multimedia content and contact info between friends
Friends can also add each other as BBM contacts with a simple ‘tap’
Dubai, UAE – GITEX – October 10, 2011 – During his keynote presentation at the GITEX conference in Dubai, Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) Co-CEO Jim Balsillie today unveiled a new way for BlackBerry® smartphone users to connect with one another and share multimedia content.
BlackBerry® Tag, which will be incorporated in the next BlackBerry® 7 OS update*, will allow users to share contact information, documents, URLs, photos and other multimedia content by simply tapping their BlackBerry smartphones together. BlackBerry Tag will also enable friends to instantly add one another as contacts on BBM™ (BlackBerry® Messenger).
12:11 pm on Sep 21, 2011 |
Oh how the internet can predict the future. Just days ago there were leaks of internal product sheets from T-Mobile showing off the BlackBerry Curve 9360, and look what we have here. T-Mobile has officially announced the all new BlackBerry Curve 9360. The Curve features a 800 mhz CPU, Open Gl graphics, and a 5 MP camera. The Curve will be making its way to T-Mobile stores on Sept 28th. Hit up the break for the full press statement from T-Mobile.
1:36 pm on Sep 19, 2011 |
RIM’s been seeing great success with their new BlackBerry 7 line up according to their earnings call, so it’s no wonder why carriers are jumping at the chance to offer the full line-up. What it looks like here is a promo card from T-Mobile showing off the Curve 9360. If you’re not to familiar with what the curve has to offer let me do a little recap. The BlackBerry Curve offers a 800mhz cpu, wifi n, NFC and a whole lot more. Check out the product page on the 9360 and keep it locked to TheBerryFix.com for the latest in BlackBerry news.
NFC-enabled BlackBerry smartphones will ‘open doors’ with HID global’s iCLASS® digital keys and readers says RIM
11:48 am on Sep 16, 2011 |
It’s a known fact that two of the new BlackBerry 7 Smartphones are packing the new NFC chips that will enable things like mobile payments, contact transfer, and accessory pairing, none of which exists today in North America. Today, RIM and HID have announced a partnership that will help businesses utilize the new technology, empowering companies with new all-in-one solution for business security.
Previously, businesses would have installed card readers on doors then hand out access cards to their employees, but fast forward to today and there is a new solution. With RIM and HID teaming up they have now enabled the NFC equipped BlackBerry Smartphones to work as card readers giving employees access to card locked doors and windows with the swipe of a BlackBerry.
“NFC technology will enable many new and exciting capabilities for BlackBerry smartphones and we are very pleased to be working with HID Global to be the first to bring a host of secure identity and mobile access control capabilities to NFC-enabled smartphones,” said Andrew Bocking, vice president, Handheld Software Product Management at RIM.
It looks as though RIM has a lot of things planed for the new tech and they aren’t sitting there like ducks waiting for other companies to offer solutions. They are once again on the leading edge of innovation. The full press release can be found after the break.
NFC-Enabled BlackBerry Smartphones Will ‘Open Doors’ with HID Global’s iCLASS® Digital Keys and Readers
New NFC-Enabled BlackBerry Bold and BlackBerry Curve Will Be First Smartphones with iCLASS Functionality for Digital Keys and Identification for Secure Access to Buildings, Offices and Networks
September 16, 2011 – HID Global, trusted leader in solutions for the delivery of secure identity, has announced an industry first with plans to support the company’s iCLASS® digital keys and mobile secure identity on NFC-enabled BlackBerry® smartphones. The new BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900/9930 and BlackBerry® Curve™ 9350/9360 smartphones activated with iCLASS digital credentials will be compatible with the large installed base of iCLASS readers that are used for applications ranging from physical access systems in buildings, to student IDs, to applications that track time and attendance.
2:31 pm on Sep 8, 2011 |
If you’ve been following RIM close enough then I’m sure you have witnessed their stock drop to a low of $21 and then bounce up to its current rate at the time of this post which is $31.27. The majority of the decrease in stock price occurred after their Q1 earnings call earlier this year, and RIM is about to announce their Q2 results later this month.
On September 15 th 2011 at 5pm Eastern Time, Research In Motion will announce their earnings for their second quarter of fiscal 2012. I’ll be the first to say that I really have no idea how the numbers will be. Yes, we’ve seen an increase of PlayBook sales and retailers are selling out of the new BlackBerry 7 line up, but sadly BlackBerry 7 devices won’t be included in this earnings call. I’m curious to hear what the BlackBerry community has to say. We’re a strong community, let your voice be heard!
9:53 pm on Aug 26, 2011 |
Today Bell Mobility launched two new BlackBerry 7 devices, the BlackBerry Torch 9860 and Curve 9360. Both devices are available on 3 year terms with the Torch sitting at $129.95 and the Curve 9360 49.95. Stay tuned as we bring you the reviews on the new BlackBerry 7 powered smartphones.
7:43 pm on Aug 25, 2011 |
Looks as though Sasktel will be launching the BlackBerry Curve 9360 and Torch 9860 in the coming weeks. Theres no officially word from Sasktel on when they plan on launching the new BlackBerry 7 smartphones, but should be within a few weeks. If you’re on Sasktel are you looking at picking one of the new BlackBerrys up? If so which one?
The team over at BGR just spent some hands-on time with the upcoming Curve 9360 and have put some photos out for us all to enjoy. The 9360 is currently codenamed the Apollo and is said to feature some hardware specs that beat out even the most high-end BlackBerry currently on the market. The source post is quoted as saying that the unit seems “production quality” and that it shouldn’t be long before the 9360 is hitting store shelves. We’re betting on late July or early August till we see even the first 2011 BlackBerry device hit shelves, but only time will tell. Check out the rest of the photos past the break.