Premiere Global Services, Inc., a global outsource provider of business communications services and business process solutions, today announced its Mobile Office Manager for the BlackBerry(R) platform, from Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM). The new offering enables mobile subscribers to receive faxes electronically and to print e-mails and attachments directly from their BlackBerry device via any fax machine worldwide. For more information or to access a free trial of the Mobile Office Manager, please visit www.premiereglobal.com/blackberry.
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MobilePro’s MemoPad Pro is aimed at picking up where RIM left off with their MemoPad application. MemoPad Pro gives users organization and flexibility with their note taking and offers mobile synchronization with the mobilepro.net website without the need for a BES. Read further to see our full review…
Goldman Sachs raised earnings estimates for Research in Motion, saying the Street consensus estimate for subscriber growth is too low. The research firm said a “bottom-up analysis,” in which it analyzed both Research in Motion’s current market and its potential market, sorted by carrier and region, revealed that non-North American carriers, particularly in Europe will drive growth. “We believe it shows current Street subscriber estimates 300,000 subs too low in fiscal 2006 and 2.6 million subs too low in fiscal 2007, suggesting positive earnings momentum ahead,” said Goldman.
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications and Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq:RIMM)(TSX:RIM) today announced the availability of BlackBerry(R) Connect(TM) for the Sony Ericsson P910i to Globe Telecom customers in the Philippines. BlackBerry Connect enables P910i users to connect to proven and popular BlackBerry services featuring push-based wireless technology. BlackBerry provides an efficient and reliable communications platform that automatically delivers emails to and from a wireless device. The Sony Ericsson P910i will support BlackBerry services, while maintaining the existing P910i experience and functionality.
Seems like the previous article earlier this morning by Gibson of TheDeal.com outlining her thoughts that Palm may buy PalmSource is becoming one step closer. PalmOne has paid PalmSource $30 million for the Palm brand name, although not a complete company buy out it does seem like things are headed that way.
Shares of PalmSource jumped 15 percent to a three-month high in morning trade, while PalmOne shares rose 4 percent. PalmOne said it would change its name to Palm Inc. later this year as part of the deal, and would use the name Palm on its products. PalmSource, maker of the “Palm” operating system software used in devices made by PalmOne and other manufacturers, and PalmOne split in two in October 2003. Since then, the two companies have co-owned the Palm brand.
PalmOne will pay the $30 million over a period of three and a half years and has granted PalmSource certain rights to Palm trademarks for PalmSource and its licensees during a four-year transition period.
QuickIM is an instant messenger programs for your Blackberry supporting the public MSN network. A major advantage of QuickIM is that it connects directly to the MSN servers so there is no monthly fee. We’ve seen these types of instant messenger programs before so read further to see if QuickIM can compete.