- July 24, 2007
BlackBerrys and cell phones wouldn't work in a Washington D.C. law office until it deployed a multi-carrier system.
- July 18, 2007
BlackBerry troubleshooting tools from Zenprise can ease mean time to resolution for mobile device issues.
- June 04, 2007
Palm today announced a deal that will bring a significant new investor into the company while leaving most of the current management team in place.
- May 09, 2007
BlackBerry Curve, the latest smartphone from RIM, has entertainment features that could blur the divide between business and consumer mobile devices.
- April 25, 2007
BlackBerry features will soon be available on Windows Mobile devices in a software application suite that offers BlackBerry email, messaging, calendar and other applications.
- April 20, 2007
BlackBerry maker RIM said that this week's widespread BlackBerry outage was caused by a non-critical system routine.
- April 18, 2007
BlackBerry mobile email suffered a massive outage, preventing BlackBerry users from sending and receiving emails.
- April 11, 2007
BlackBerry troubleshooting and management are no longer challenges for a chain of retail stores.
- February 13, 2007
BlackBerry this week rolled out the 8800, a smartphone bearing striking similarities to the Pearl -- but for a more grown-up audience.
- January 08, 2007
Mobile Salesforce on BlackBerrys has helped Karl Strauss Brewing Company sell more beer and save money -- a win-win.
- October 25, 2006
Part 6: J2ME. As a platform, J2ME, or Java ME, is used on mostly consumer devices. It has gained minor traction in the enterprise, but its many flavors can create headaches.
- October 04, 2006
BlackBerry has been the heavyweight enterprise mobility champion for a long time now, but there are several new contenders entering the ring looking to slug it out for the title.
- September 27, 2006
Part 5: Linux. Not so much an operating system as it is a kernel, Linux has a loyal following and is bound to take mobility by storm -- if mobile purists allow it.
- September 25, 2006
Wireless work order software beamed to BlackBerrys has boosted productivity for a New England company that sells and services gym equipment.
- September 18, 2006
Users find ways around the extra load on Exchange systems posed by handheld devices.