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Networking

Analyst calls for RIM to break apart handset, network businesses

July 12th, 2011

With Research In Motion’s annual shareholder meeting scheduled to take place later today, one popular RIM-focused analyst is calling for the company to split its handset and network businesses into two separate companies. “RIM’s organization, like its handsets, needs modernization. By acting now, splitting RIM into network and handset businesses may target opportunities and unlock significant shareholder …

Facebook coming to BlackBerry PlayBook this month, iPad users shed tear

May 2nd, 2011

If you’re addicted to your PlayBook and a certain social network, listen up. Research In Motion has announced a new Facebook application for its 7-inch, QNX-based tablet due out in “May.” The new app will allow users to view and add friends and photos, utilize Facebook’s chat feature, and interact with the News Feed. “There …

Facebook buys fb.com, to be used in upcoming email service?

November 12th, 2010

It’s no secret that Facebook will be holding another media event on Monday, November 15th. It is widely thought, and has been reported, that the social networking giant will be launching its own web-based email service; purportedly code-named “Project Titan.”  This got us thinking, how will Facebook differentiate its employees, who currently use facebook.com email addresses, from its 500 …

Cisco to offer Wi-Fi-enabled Flip, enterprise video transcoding, and iOS video app

June 30th, 2010

Cisco’s annual networking conference, Cisco Live!, is in full swing and the networking giant is unveiling the initial details on several upcoming video-oriented products. For consumer video camera buffs, Cisco is working on a Wi-Fi-enabled version of its popular Flip Video camera. Details are sparse but senior vice president of emerging technologies, Marthin De Beer, …

Exclusive: Motorola bringing a "webOS" to Android? Called Blur?

August 7th, 2009

Where would we be without our trusty Motorola ninjas? We’ve just got the drop on some exciting information about Motorola’s Android plans and how they hope plan to make a splash. Here’s what we’ve been told: Motorola’s Android offering is definitely a customization of the Android user interface much like HTC has done. It will …