Summary:

Research in Motion (RIM), the company that gives us the BlackBerry has recently cut deals to expand online features for the owners of the little email boxes. A special version of the IM program Google Talk will soon be available for download to the BlackBerry and […]

Research in Motion (RIM), the company that gives us the BlackBerry has recently cut deals to expand online features for the owners of the little email boxes. A special version of the IM program Google Talk will soon be available for download to the BlackBerry and the sync tool PocketMac will now be free downloads. RIM is continuing to keep moving (pun intended) in spite of its recent legal woes in North America.

(via Mercury News)

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