RIM's Blackberry App World store is now Blackberry World—but it still doesn't have any music or video (yet). [BB World]
If you're planning to snatch up a new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet or a QNX-based Blackberry smartphone soon, you'll be interested to know that RIM has officially confirmed these will support both BlackBerry Java and Android apps. But note that before these Android apps start cropping up on BlackBerry App World—the only…
Next year, BlackBerry App World's getting carrier billing, meaning app purchases will show up on your phone bill, so it'll be a little easier to buy apps since you don't have to jump through using PayPal. Which is good for App World, since the easier it is to spend your money, the more likely you'll spend it. […
Why does the iPhone get its own app roundup every week? W-w-what about the rest of us? WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WITH THIS SMARTPHONE? We should explain.
It's been less than a year since Apple launched the iPhone App Store, but now virtually every mobile OS is showcasing its own take on the mobile application storefront. How do they all stack up?
Apple's App Store concept has essentially colonized the idea of mobile app distribution, with every major smartphone platform rushing to open their own. RIM's takeoff, BlackBerry App World, launched yesterday. How is it?