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  1. BlackBerry firm expands HK operations for regional push

    Posted Jul 18th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bien Perez Research In Motion (RIM), the company behind the BlackBerry e-mail service and handsets, is expanding its Hong Kong operations to support a big push into the mainland and other ... BlackBerry in 1999. On May 11, the company announced its long-anticipated alliance with China Mobile and the launch of BlackBerry services in all 31 mainland provinces. The announcement came about 20 ...

  2. BlackBerry maker gears up for Asia expansion

    Posted Jul 18th 2005, 12:00am by Stuart Biggs

    ... Stuart Biggs Research in Motion hopes to double the number of operators carrying its popular BlackBerry wireless e-mail device in Asia-Pacific by the end of the year, according to a senior executive. Norm Lo, the firm's newly appointed regional vice-president, said he hoped to add 10 to 15 operators this year to the 15 operators in eight countries that offer BlackBerry devices ...

  3. BlackBerry winners

    Posted Sep 07th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... We extend our heartiest congratulations to the winners of three new BlackBerry 7730 units given away by CSL 1010 and the South China Morning Post. The lucky contestants are Sandra Fong, ... his BlackBerry at a later date. ...

  4. BlackBerry rival prepares for battle

    Posted May 19th 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... In Motion's (RIM) entry into the mainland's fledgling mobile device market. RIM, the maker of mobile e-mail device BlackBerry, signed a memorandum of understanding with China Mobile, ... of this year. 'I think the strength of [RIM] is that they are providing a suite of back-end systems up to front-end terminals [the BlackBerry device] to customers. That way, they avoided price ...

  5. BlackBerry puts rivals in whirl

    Posted Apr 25th 2005, 12:00am by Stuart Biggs

    ... of subscribers to BlackBerry's 'push' e-mail reached 2.97 million at the end of February, and the firm is adding 500,000 members to its no-longer-elite club every quarter. But concern ... fourth-quarter profits into the red- more crucial issues are the firm's unique strategy of aligning its interests with mobile phone carriers, and its even bolder decision to license the Blackberry ...

  6. BlackBerry puts rivals in whirl

    Posted Apr 25th 2005, 12:00am by Stuart Biggs

    ... in 2003, according to market analyst Gartner, putting it in third spot after palmOne and Hewlett-Packard. The number of subscribers to BlackBerry's 'push' e-mail reached 2.97 million ... strategy of aligning its interests with mobile phone carriers, and its even bolder decision to license the Blackberry platform to handset rivals like Nokia and Siemens. Last week, the firm's ...

  7. In praise of the flavoursome 'BlackBerry'

    Posted Jun 15th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... I have finally succumbed to peer pressure and got myself a BlackBerry 7730 handheld. During my first 24 hours with it, I composed close to 100 text messages and a couple of dozen of e-mail messages. One does get addicted to the BlackBerry. No wonder it has got the nickname 'CrackBerries'. The BlackBerry service in Hong Kong was first introduced by Three Dualband (then ...

  8. Business - Companies

    By going private, Blackberry may buy time to fix itself

    Posted Sep 25th 2013, 11:23am by Reuters

    ... Alastair Sharp in Toronto A tentative deal to take BlackBerry private will not necessarily resolve challenges that pushed the smartphone maker into a corner in the first place, but it gives the struggling company some breathing room. Private or public, BlackBerry’s problems remain the same: slumping market share, mostly uninspiring devices and cut-throat competition ...

  9. Next in line

    Posted Jul 22nd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Research In Motion's new BlackBerry Curve smartphone is touted as the smallest and lightest, full-keyboard BlackBerry handset, measuring 107mm x 60mm x 15.5mm, and weighs about 111 grams. It combines BlackBerry's e-mail and messaging capabilities, premium phone features, a comprehensive organiser and an internet browser with a 2-megapixel camera (an improvement ...

  10. Business - Companies

    Firms take advantage of BlackBerry's woe by moving to Waterloo, Canada

    Posted Dec 23rd 2013, 09:36pm by NYT

    ... New York Times in Ontario Companies are moving into BlackBerry's home turf to take advantage of 4,500 laid-off staff The great tech rescue BlackBerry is down, but its hometown is far from out. On Friday, BlackBerry released another grim earnings report, posting US$4.4 billion in losses and a 56 per cent drop in revenue for its fiscal third quarter. The report was the latest ...




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