Canadian manufacturer Research In Motion will release BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, its newest smartphone management tool for organizations, in India today and will be launched in twenty more nations later on. The high end enterprise mobility management solution for the first time will surpassing managing BlackBerry & will permit firms to manage smart phones & slates based on Android & iOS as well.
The new enterprise solution arrives a week prior to the release of BlackBerry10 smart phones. The Canadian company, though, would release BlackBerry 10 thingies in India merely in the second half of February.
With BlackBerry Enterprise 10, Research in Motion has modified its billing mechanism to be depending on the number of users & not the amount of gadgets. Research in Motion will charge corporate consumers $99, or approximately Rs 5,300, each user for this tool irrespective of the amount of thingies or OS.
RIM officials stated that the cost per user will rely on volumes & the level of security given. For example, a firm of 400 employees purchasing BlackBerry Enterprise 10 might be asked for approximately $50, or Rs 2,700, per user. In addition, senior executives might need higher security & thus might be charged higher than mid management level staff members.
As per the market research company IDC, global mobile enterprise management marketplace will increase to $1.8billion (approximately Rs 9,600 crore) by 2016 & a tenth of the incomes will arrive from Asia Pacific. Thus, first releasing BlackBerry server in India makes quite sense.
Research in Motion forthcoming BlackBerry Z10 flagship smar tphone has leaked one more time. This time, though, it is not merely posing for the snapper, though also have its internals revealed, and these details are pretty interesting.
For one, BusinessInsiders has possessed two images of the BlackBerry Z10 are compared to the iPhone 4S. As per the source, the build quality is very solid with the rear cover flaunting a pleasant rubbery grip.
In addition, the 4.3inches touchscreen seems actually good. The person recognizable with the issue also shares that the recently redeveloped AppWorld seems a lot like Google Play Store.
Research in Motion will unveil the BlackBerry Z10 next to its redeveloped BlackBerry 10 operating system on January 30 at an exclusive event, so stay tuned.
We are waiting for the BlackBerry 10 January launch date, and there’ve been lots of leaks for us to become anticipated about. Anticipation is running high. Now, some shots of what is gossiped to be the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone. Whilst the Z10 is a whole touch BlackBerry 10 smartphone, its cousin the X10 is similar to the BlackBerry thingies we are accustomed to witnessing, physical QWERTY pad and all. The X10 has not surfaced fairly as often, though nowadays it is making headlines with a fresh plethora of leaked images.
In the pictures, which arrive from an unnamed N4BB reader. These photographs do a fairly great job of displaying the size of the touchscreen since it is related to the entire keypad, & we’ve to believe that it seems quite cool. In this period of smartphones with displays that draw out across almost the total face of the thingy, Research in Motion is not leaving with the physical keypad (at least in this example). It made BlackBerry so great back in that time.
Certainly, a few BlackBerry patrons perhaps would not like giving away the physical keypad in favor of a bigger touch screen, whilst others who do not admire typing on a touch screen will discover some value in it. Research in Motion, obviously, will offer all touch BlackBerry 10 thingies once the fresh operating system comes in 2013, thus if you are the type of user who has no concern about a physical keypad, you will also be covered.
There are several users who are anxious to see what RIM will do with BlackBerry 10, & its January 30 release event is arriving fast. At this event, we will witness official BlackBerry 10 devices for the first time; therefore this is certainly set to be big.
We know that Research in Motion will be unveiling BlackBerry 10 operating system in January 30, 2013. At least that is the deal at the moment, though that could conveniently change. Anyhow, Research in Motion has silently teased the tech buffs community with a vague peep into the forthcoming BlackBerry 10 phone on their site. It hardly peeks out from the shadows, though we are given a glimpse of that grants us a tad more info on what to anticipate.
From the teaser photograph, we can guess that the smartphone will have some kind of textured rear with the snapper positioned in the upper left place. Volume keys appear to be in the picture, which are positioned at the right edge of the phone, & what seems to be a power key at the pinnacle will be positioned in the center, which is similar to the HTC DROID DNA.
In general, we would say that if you are anticipating something alike to the alpha hardware we witnessed earlier, that is perhaps a great guess, although a few changes will positively take place. We expect a lot of additions in both the hardware & software to happen once January 30 arrives, though BlackBerry appears to have majority of the chief elements in place.
BlackBerry 10 surely has potential, & with powerful marketing & campaigning that they have executed to endorse the fresh platform, we think release day will be a huge day for the Canadian mobile phone maker, but expectantly BlackBerry 10 will have the potential to compete with Windows Phone 8 for the third position in the smartphone market.
The Canadian mobile phone maker Research in Motion is looking into the reason behind the explosion in one of its handsets in the hands of an eleven year old kid. But they have resisted their parent’s demands to recall the handset from the marketplace.
Kian McCreath got burns to his leg after the BlackBerry Curve 9320, purchased from a store in Birmingham merely two weeks earlier, suddenly combusted, setting his quilt & mattress on fire in the bed room him and his brother Mason shares in Holbrooks, Coventry.
McCreath’s parents argue that he had melted plastic trapped to his legs & were taken to the University Hospital Coventry. They want Research in Motion to recall the Curve 9320 prior to the shopping season.
Whilst images of the charred gadget have surfaced in the press, Research in Motion stated in a declaration that it had yet to get the faulty smartphone for observation.
Many other handset manufacturers have been suffered from similar complaints. When the Apple iPhone 4 was launched there were several reports of the handset exploding, counting a smartphone in Brazil that started producing smoke & sparks after being getting charged overnight. The similar version resulted in alarm on an Australian flight when it began producing smoke, escorted by a red glow.
We just hope that these issues get addressed soon. We also advise you to kindle not charge your device for too long. Also, don’t talk over your phone while charging. These simple steps are sufficient to ensure your safety.
Research in Motion has been having a quite awful year, & it seems like it is about to become even shoddier. Till now, BlackBerry has enjoyed an elite status as the only phone permitted for government usage in the United Kingdom, however that might be about to change pretty soon.
It appears that at the moment, BlackBerry is the lone smartphone platform with impact level 3 (IL3) accreditation. This accreditation signifies that the handsets on this platform are certified to hold sensitive info whilst working for the govt. Thus, BlackBerry becomes the default platfrom the individuals working for the United Kingdom government.
However, the new Government Protective Marking System (GPMS) aspires to amend that by making the IL1 through IL3 classifications freely categorized collectively as Tier 1 (T1). This will permit many other platforms to be permitted to be used for the segment.
Still, BlackBerry possesses impressive security attributes, though it has been in a gradual decline for some time now. The overall market share has been decreased to a dismal level in the last year. We still don’t know what is coming from BlackBerry 10; hence it’s not surprising that government has decided to open up to other platforms.
Research in Motion’s last bet would be the highly-anticipated BlackBerry 10 OS, which is slated to come next year. And the company’s decision to license the newly-found operating systems can do wonders for the company as well. As tech lovers, we only wish the best for the ailing Canadian mobile phone manufacturer.
RIM has started developing “beta” or trial units of its next-generation BlackBerry 10 gadgets, signaling that the maker of the BlackBerry lineup of smartphones is on the right path to start the sales of its new devices.
The Canadian telecommunication giant is planning to boost manufacturing of two new phones – a complete touchscreen-based phone & a hybrid gadget with both a touchscreen & a mini-Qwerty keypad – in the upcoming few months in preparation for a worldwide release in the Q1 2013.
Anyway, RIM has affirmed that they will license the BlackBerry 10 operating system to other manufacturers but re-emphasized that the firm’s main concern is still the successful release of BlackBerry 10.
This company has yet to publicize the names of the upcoming BlackBerry10 thingies, which will be able to run on the newest 4G networks. The new smartphones will aspire to redefine the way consumers utilize their handheld devices by exploiting the multitasking abilities of the latest hardware & software & combining apps instead of asking users to discontinue utilizing one application in order to start another.
This ability, which Research in Motion has named “BlackBerry Flow”, allows users to glance at, or move from app to another with a straightforward thumb swipe. They also asserts that this will not merely make it convenient to utilize the new phones & lessen the time wasted moving between different applications, however that it will assist RIM to distinguish BB10 smartphones from the opposition as well. This counts iOS & gadgets running on Google’s Android platform.
Ex- RIM worker Mike Kirkup talks about affect of RIM’s fall on Waterloo in the following video.
Previous Senior Director of Developer Relations at Research in Motion is no longer involved with the company’s affairs by any means. After leaving the troubled smartphone maker, he moved on to become the Director of Student Innovation at the University of Waterloo’s Velocity program. As it’s clear from the designation he is still working within the Waterloo area and can observe how the Research in Motion’s present conditions impact the area surrounding him.
Talking to CTV’s Canada AM today, Mike spoke about the Canadian telecommunication giant, their present problems & what the firm is to the Waterloo community as a whole.
For myself, I have always held a little emotion for individuals who in fact wish for the demise of the Canadian mobile phone maker, not seeing the conditions as a whole. If BlackBerry for whatsoever grounds fails, it is definitely not a great thing for anybody. Several individuals across the planet will certainly get affected. It was great to witness someone else truly attend to that fact to a bigger audience rather than just having a Canadian point of view on it.
Many users all over the world, especially in emerging markets, don’t want BlackBerry to get defunct. These regions are also major revenue-generators for BlackBerry. At the moment, we can only hope that the upcoming BlackBerry OS 10 will help turning around the fate of the troubled Canadian MNC. If you have any views on the topic, please let us know through the comments section given below the post.
More than 12,000 people in the Philippines were lately treated to a limited Nicki Minaj concert in Manila. The performance was free of charge for Globe users that purchased the new BlackBerry Curve 9220 or Curve 9320 on the fresh Globe My Super Plan.
As the part of the Pink Friday Tour to end in Southeast Asia, global songwriter & hip hop star Nicki’s presentation was the largest & the most exclusive gig to ever hit Philippines. To be qualified for the gig, subscribers who bought a new BlackBerry Curve 9220 were given one free ticket, whilst users who bought a fresh BlackBerry Curve 9320 received two free tickets.
Existing users out of the lock-up can select to re-contract their account subscription & receive the BlackBerry Curve 9220 or the BlackBerry Curve 9320 for some free passes, whilst users within lock-up can receive a fresh postpaid line or buy a prepaid phone kit.
The BlackBerry Curve 9220 is still obtainable for free at My Super Plan 499 with a P99 unlimited BlackBerry Chat subscription that arrives with a P499 monthly quantity for calls & text messages, unlimited admission to BlackBerry Messenger & 2 free gifts for as short as P598 each month.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is obtainable for free at My Super Plan BlackBerry Unli Surf Combo Plan 999 with limitless internet surfing, P400 monthly consumable for calls & messages, & one freebie for merely P999 each month. The fresh BlackBerry Curve smartphones are at the moment also obtainable in teal blue.