RIM Gives PocketMac for BlackBerry Free With Every Device
TMO at Macworld - RIM Gives PocketMac for BlackBerry Free With Every Device
by , 3:30 PM EST, January 12th, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO -- Research In Motion (RIM), developer of the BlackBerry handheld, and Information Appliance Associates (IAA), creator of the PocketMac for BlackBerry synchronization tool, on Thursday announced that RIM will include a free copy of IAA's software with each handheld it sells. Beginning next month, PocketMac for BlackBerry will also be a free download from the PocketMac and BlackBerry Web sites.
PocketMac for BlackBerry synchronizes the e-mail, contacts, calendar, tasks and notes of Microsoft Entourage, OS X's Address Book and iCal, Now Contact and Now Up-to-Date, DayLite, and Stickies, among other applications. RIM and IAA said that they also plan to collaborate on future products.
- Thu,8:00 AM
- Happy Thanksgiving from The Mac Observer!
- Wed,9:36 PM
- Apple Reportedly Building Chinese Sapphire Plant with Foxconn
- 8:40 PM
- ACM 282: The Steampunk, Sapphire, and Apple Watch Episode
- 7:46 PM
- Melissa Holt on MacJury’s Holiday Gift Guide 2
- 4:42 PM
- Steampunk USB Flash Drives with Motorized Gears - Really!
- 4:05 PM
- Black Friday 2014: The Best Mac Deals
- 3:10 PM
- iOS 8: Control Which Apps Can Access Your Private Data
- 2:50 PM
- The Name Your Own Price Must-Have Mac Bundle
- 1:36 PM
- TMO Daily Observations: 2014-11-26
- 10:46 AM
- 5 iPhone Apps to Cut Your Thanksgivings Stress
- 8:50 AM
- iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite: Naming Group Conversations in Messages
- Tue,9:01 PM
- BuzzFeed Uses Apple Watches to Incentivise Staff