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We're just beginning our sojourn through this year's BlackBerry World, and we've already found a rare gem that may not get a lot of face time here in the States: the Curve 9220. This little 3G-less beaut takes advantage of BlackBerry OS 7.1, but it isn't going to attract the spec-hungry folk -- it

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There are a lot of Indian hands out there, hands in which there could also be a BlackBerry smartphone. A fact not lost on RIM it would appear, as it's set to released its \"most affordable\" Curve -- the 9220 -- over there. Naturally, the ubiquitous BBM service takes center stage, even having its ow

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If you thought RIM's decline would inject a need to give its handsets a major makeover, think again. The folks from BGR have smudged their fingertips all over an India-bound BlackBerry device and, well, it shamelessly resembles just about every member of the Curve family. The purported 9320 is sai

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This week was packed with news on the mobile front, so it was easy to miss a few stories here and there. Here's some of the other stuff that happened in the wide world of wireless for the week of September 19, 2011: Opera Software, builder of the popular mobile browser, announced it was acqu

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It was facing an August 31st deadline before India banned BlackBerry service in the country, but it looks like RIM has now managed to avoid that scenario -- at least for a little while. According to India's Ministry of Home Affairs, \"RIM have made certain proposals for lawful access by law enforcem

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There were reports as late as this morning that RIM was remaining \"defiant\" over the looming (and recurring) BlackBerry ban in India and not willing to cut any \"special deals,\" but it looks like that may not be the case after all -- Reuters is reporting that RIM has assured India that it will provi

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Not much to say in addition to the information-packed headline, but yeah, RIM's BlackBerry Storm is coming to India courtesy of Vodafone. The handset is expected to go on sale January 15th for Rs 27,990, which -- at $574 using present day conversion charts -- should shut any American up about high

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Well, it took longer than 15 days to reach a resolution, but apparently RIM is going to back down and allow the Indian government to monitor the Blackberry network in that country. What's worse, it appears that RIM was more interested in covering its own ass than protecting user data during the nego

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Well, it took longer than 15 days to reach a resolution, but apparently RIM is going to back down and allow the Indian government to monitor the Blackberry network in that country. What's worse, it appears that RIM was more interested in covering its own ass than protecting user data during the nego

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