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  • Last update: Saturday 22 December 2012 [5 news items]

RIM optimistic about BlackBerry 10 orders

Dec 22, 15:11

Smartphone maker Research in Motion (RIM) plans to introduce BlackBerry 10 to expand market share. According to Thorsten Heins, president and CEO of RIM, there have been some 150...

Tough competition ahead for Nokia, RIM and HTC in 2013

Dec 20, 15:36

Nokia, Research in Motion (RIM) and HTC have seen disappointing sales in 2012 and hope to win back market share with the introduction of Windows Phone 8, Blackberry 10 and Android...

RIM announces updates to developer ecosystem programs

Nov 30, 15:23

Research in Motion (RIM) has announced updates to its developer ecosystem programs, including BlackBerry Dev Alpha test devices, the 10k developer commitment, updated tools and mor...

RIM PlayBook to benefit Quanta and Foxlink

Apr 7, 01:40

As Research In Motion (RIM) is set to launch its PlayBook tablet PC on April 19 in the US and Canada priced at US$499.99, its upstream assembly partner Quanta Computer and connector...

Major touch panel makers dominate orders from top-5 handset vendors

Jul 23, 15:17

Major touch panel makers including Wintek, TPK Touch Solutions, Young Fast Optoelectronics, J Touch and Japan-based Nissha are dominating orders from the top-five handset vendors,...

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    US-based Cellular South BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8230

    The BlackBerry Pearl Flip smartphone presents a sophisticated look with a sleek design and a chrome-finished frame surrounding its smooth, luminescent face. Packed with an abundance...

    Photo: PR Newswire, Dec 21.

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    BlackBerry Curve 8520

    The new BlackBerry Curve 8520 is a Wi-Fi-enabled device that features a highly tactile full-QWERTY keyboard, touch-sensitive optical trackpad and multimedia capabilities. The Curve...

    Photo: Company, Aug 17.

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    RIM introduces BlackBerry Tour in North America

    The BlackBerry Tour smartphone supports high-speed 3G EV-DO Rev. A networks in North America, as well as 3G UMTS/HSPA (2100Mhz) and quad-band EDGE/GPRS/GSM networks abroad, according...

    Photo: Company, Jun 23.

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    RIM's push-to-talk smartphone BlackBerry Curve 8350i

    The BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone utilizes iDEN technology on the Nextel National Network. It offers Nextel Direct Connect that facilitiates sub-second call set up to the push-to-talk...

    Photo: Company, Dec 17.

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    Blackberry Storm 9530

    The BlackBerry Storm 9530 smartphone features a SurePress a pressable touch screen that allows fast-navigating and accurate typing. It is designed to roam globally on UMTS/HSPA and...

    Photo: Comnpany, Nov 11.

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Greater China touch panel shipment forecast through 2015
  • 2014 global high brightness LED market, trends and shipment forecast

    For the global LED lighting market, the market size will reach US$25.82 billion in 2014 or a market penetration rate of 23.4%. This is attributable to exponential shipment growth for light bulbs, tubes, and directional lamps.

  • Greater China touch panel shipment forecast through 2015

    This Special Report provides forecasts through 2015 for Greater China touch panel shipments with breakdowns based on technology (glass, film, resistive), application (smartphone, NB and tablet) and by firm.

  • 2014 global tablet demand forecast

    This report analyzes the main players, their strategies and shipments forecasts for 2014, as well as other factors contributing to either growth or decline in various segments within the tablet market, with a particular focus on Apple, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft, along with whitebox vendors.