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MasterCard Partners With CSI For Mobile Payments App On Android, iOS, and BlackBerry

MasterCard Partners With CSI For Mobile Payments App On Android, iOS, and BlackBerry

In a strange move, MasterCard has gone on to partner with CSI for their own mobile payments app. The "tap to pay" convenience of mobile payments is expected to really expand next year, with competing services coming from the Google Walletservice, Visa, and ISIS. MasterCard was a partner for Google's Wallet service, so its not certain why they've branched off to push out a separate mobile wallet app.

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RIM Starts Layoffs After Dismal BlackBerry News

RIM Starts Layoffs After Dismal BlackBerry News

Research In Motion (RIM) had an awful week after its earnings call that revealed layoffs were ahead. The company's been struggling to play catch-up after Apple and Google started eating up its enterprise market. But, rushing its BlackBerry devices to market has caused more harm than good, as the half-baked firmware attracted lots of criticism. Now, a report from the Waterloo region in Canada, where RIM is based, reveals that 200 employees have just been let go today.

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RIM Forcing Half-Baked BlackBerrys On To Carriers?

RIM Forcing Half-Baked BlackBerrys On To Carriers?

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has just faced a dismal week since its quarterly earnings call that yielded disappointing figures, imminent layoffs, and confirmed delays for the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 and the 4G PlayBook. Now insider sources are revealing that RIM has had history of strong-arming carriers to accept their devices even before they're ready for the carrier testing phase. Knowing this and the delay could mean that the platforms for the new BlackBerry and PlayBook are worse than we thought.

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BlackBerry Enterprise Solution manages Android and iOS phones/tablets too

BlackBerry Enterprise Solution manages Android and iOS phones/tablets too

RIM has already shown it's willing to dip into other platforms if it thinks that will boost its market appeal - the arrival of Android apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook later this year will be evidence of that - but the company hasn't forgotten that enterprise users will want to securely manage their broadening ecosystem. The new multi-platform BlackBerry Enterprise Solution will allow admins to control and manage not only BlackBerry smartphones and QNX tablets, like the PlayBook, but also Android and Apple iOS devices too.

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