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    Hi all,

    In the past few days RIM has snapped several firms, as it tries to defend it's dominate turf with it's new OS!

    Take care,

    Jay

    RIM buys Cellmania, app store software maker
    by Tom Krazit, August 24, 2010 2:45 PM PDT

    RIM buys Cellmania, app store software maker | Relevant Results - CNET News

    Research In Motion may be getting ready to jump-start the BlackBerry App World with the purchase of a mobile infrastructure software company Tuesday.

    Cellmania, which makes software that wireless carriers and software developers can use to distribute applications, has agreed to join forces with RIM, it announced Tuesday afternoon on its home page. Unsurprisingly, financial terms of the deal were not disclosed on that same home page.

    RIM may be the leading smartphone maker in North American, but its mobile application store does not get nearly as much love as Apple's App Store or Google's Android Market. Cellmania makes the software that runs mobile application stores for carriers like Sprint and Orange, and RIM may be looking to use some of its expertise inside BlackBerry App World.
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    This is their strategy? Really? Poor RIM, they should have saved that money to give BB the proper burial it deserves. Instead, it looks like it's going to go out a laughing stock.
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    RIM is looking pretty bad OS wise...but never count out a cell carrier that OWNS 80% of business cell phone users.

    Thankfully, their loss is our gain and I'm very happy with our new HP landlords. Sorli...

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