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RIM rebrands BlackBerry App World, adds music and video for BB10

Research In Motion is rebranding its BlackBerry App World storefront to simply BlackBerry World as it moves to incorporate music and video downloads ahead of its overhauled BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system.

RIM, Appcelerator team on incentives for BlackBerry 10 developers

Research In Motion is teaming with mobile development platform Appcelerator to offer incentives including financial rewards, free services and testing hardware to mobile software developers who build apps for the device maker's forthcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system revamp.

BlackBerry App World billing integration tops 50 carriers worldwide

More than 50 mobile operators worldwide now enable subscribers to charge BlackBerry App World purchases directly to their monthly wireless bill, Research In Motion announced.

RIM launching finalized BlackBerry 10 SDK on Dec. 11

Research In Motion will release the final version of its BlackBerry 10 software development kit on Dec. 11, two months before the first devices running the revamped mobile operating system are expected to reach retailers.

RIM revamps developer tools ahead of BlackBerry 10 launch

Research In Motion has updated its BlackBerry 10 developer toolkits months ahead of the mobile operating system's anticipated launch in early 2013.

RIM's BlackBerry App World update adds 'Upgrade All' button

Research In Motion released the latest version of its BlackBerry App World storefront, highlighted by the addition of a new 'Upgrade All' button enabling consumers to download all available application updates in one fell swoop. 

RIM's BlackBerry App World surpasses 3B downloads

BlackBerry smartphone and PlayBook tablet users have now downloaded more than 3 billion applications from Research In Motion's BlackBerry App World, the beleaguered device maker announced. 

RIM connects BlackBerry Messenger to Facebook, Twitter

Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) is integrating its BlackBerry Messenger instant messaging service with a series of social-themed applications including Facebook for BlackBerry and Twitter for

RIM backpedals on plan to block PlayBook app sideloading

Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) is reversing course on plans to disable Android application sideloading to its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, stating it will instead battle app piracy by introducing

RIM halts PlayBook sideloading to cripple Android app piracy

To reduce app piracy, Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) will disable Android application sideloading to the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. "We're removing sideloading for consumers," RIM Vice President