RIM filed a trademark application for a “BlackBerry Drive” on June 11th. The application is somewhat vague with no clear description but RIM paid for 17 different classes of use. What might this mean? With technology advancing so quickly I can’t wait to see what innovative breakthrough we’re about to experience.
Wednesday found RIM to be in the winning corner, as the UK Judge in London ruled in RIM’s favor. This ruling, of course, will not influence the Motorola lawsuit pending in the U.S., but gives us hope that perhaps it’s a sign that all will be dismissed.
I’m referring to biometrics of course. Al Sacco of CIO, posted a great article, and it’s entitled: “Why Fingerprint Scanning Via TrackPad Could Be An IT Nightmare”. The article refers to the well-known security safeguards of the BlackBerry devices and that of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server corporate mail server. RIM has recently filed a USPTO […]