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Blackberry Interfaces with Swedish Design

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TAT interfaceRIM acquires the Swedish design firm The Astonishing Tribe (TAT). 

TAT specialises in user interface design-- and will be working on RIM's Playbook and smartphones. 

Does this mean an update for the Blackberry's admittedly clunky interface? One assumes so. 

TAT has a number of impressive concept videos showing, amongst others, eye-tracking technology, a slick interface for app switching and touchscreens embedded in translucent displays and mirrors. 

Go RIM acquires TAT

Go TAT

WebEx Meetings on BlackBerry

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WebEx Meetings on BlackBerry

You're late and never going to make that conference. You stop, pull out your Blackberry, go to your WebEx meeting invitation in your email and click on the "To join this meeting link."

That launches the WebEx Meeting Center app on your BlackBerry smartphone. You enter the meeting number, find your meeting, and learn one more time why they call it Crackberry,The Addictive One.

You'll need a Blackberry (QWERTY or touch-screen), OS 4.6 or higher with access to capable 3G or wi-fi (make sure your mobile operator's network supports simultaneous Read more...

130 Million Enterprise Users in the Mobile Cloud

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130 Million Enterprise Users in the Mobile Cloud

Juniper Research says the number of enterprise customers using mobile cloud-based applications will rise to more than 130 million by 2014.

Connected enterprise apps benefit from the success of iPhone and App Store as there was a marked increase in both the number of enterprise apps available to end-users. Apps themselves became far more attractive given enhancements to smartphone user interfaces in the wake of the iPhone launch.

While enterprise applications will comprise the majority of cloud-based application revenues over the next Read more...

Cisco Pays $2.9bn for Starent in Mobile Video

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Cisco Systems pays $2.9bn in cash for infrastructure firm Starent Networks, a company that helpi mobile carriers (Sprint, Vodafone etc) manage clips for phones and other mobile devices.

Starent works with existing and developing mobile standards, serving networks operators in 45 countries. Now to become a new Mobile Internet division at Cisco as part of the larger group’s service provider business, Starent has grown rapidly and in 2008 it earned $60.5m on revenue that rose 74% to $255m.

Go Starent Networks

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