Vienna May Be Blackberry’s Second Android OS Device

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After the recent launch of its first ever Android device, Blackberry is believed to be working on another smartphone supporting the Android OS. The company’s CEO made a statement that highlighted the possibility of more  Android-based Blackberry devices hitting the market very soon. Also, some images have been leaked on the internet that lead to the second-Blackberry-Android-device speculations and provide a rough idea of the device’s design.

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iMessage for Mac? Here’s a Concept

iMessage, the Blackberry Messenger killer is only available for iOS devices, but what about the Mac? Apple has not yet announced its plans to port the messaging App to the Mac, but just as they did with FaceTime, the App must be available for Mac to make the process extremely seamless. Here is a video concept of how Apple can implement the feature. Read More

iPhone 4 Advertisement in Blackberry Store [PICS]

bbAlmost everyone seems to be copying Apple’s retail store success. Apple Stores are a phenomenon and gradually other mobile phone manufactures like HTC, Samsung, and even Blackberry are coming up with dedicated stores. A TheAppleGoogle reader from India has noticed an ironic picture that simply shows how good Apple’s marketing guys are. In the picture above, a Blackberry store in India has got something that will shock you. Read More

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StanChart Employees Switch to iPhone

Standard Chartered is now giving its employees an option to choose between Blackberry and iPhone.

The bank earlier gave all its employees a Blackberry, but now they do have a choice to make. This move would make a lot of bankers Apple customers and gives the iPhone a larger market share. “It’s a group-wide initiative involving wholesale and consumer banks globally” said a spokeswoman for Standard Chartered.

Many other banks globally such as HSBC and Morgan Stanley have also repeatedly resisted Blackberry. With Unified Mailbox coming to iPhone with iPhone OS 4.0, it would definitely attract a lot of users and force some to make the switch.

Well if this trend catches up on an exponential rate and spreads across other sectors, Apple would be getting what it is aiming at – capturing the RIM market.