Tag: Saudi Arabia

BBM Keeps BlackBerry Shining In Latin America

November 14, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

While studies and sales reflect that the iPhone and the Android devices have passed RIM’s BlackBerry, in other countries it’s another story. With the Playbook and the QNX on the horizon, we’re only seeing the side of the story they want to show you, not the full spectrum. Check it out…

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The List Of Countries Who Are Pondering The Ban On BlackBerry

August 15, 2010 | By | 4 Comments

The story has been ongoing and is a concern. What countries are pulling a ban on our BlackBerry service and what they want. RIM has also stated 4 reasons for lawful access, so I’m including this as well. Whatever RIM does decide to do could change the future of dealings with foreign companies.

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Saudis Now Going To Enforce Ban On BlackBerry Messenger

August 3, 2010 | By | 2 Comments

CNN just reported that the Saudi Communications and the Information Technology Commission have asked the mobile communications companies in Saudi Arabia to stop the BlackBerry service commencing August 5th, BBM only to be exact. This will be applied to both businesses and individuals. So why? Keep reading…

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RIM Defends Its BlackBerry Security, Responding To The Ban

August 3, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

The pending ban of BlackBerry as deemed by the United Arab Emirates, will affect Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and will include foreign visitors as well, leaving only phone service available. RIM has had other requests from these countries. The Kuwaiti government wants RIM to cut off access to porn sites and Saudi Arabia wants the […]

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