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BlackBerry Ltd to cut jobs worldwide, impact on India unlikely

Canadian technology firm Blackberry is cutting jobs globally as it plans to consolidates its various business verticals -- device software, hardware and applications.

BlackBerry plans to launch virtual SIM solution by year-end

Using the solution, consumers will be able to use as many as nine mobile numbers through a single SIM card.

Blackberry Passport to be available in India at Rs 49,990 from Oct10

BlackBerry Passport has 4.5 LCD touch screen and comes with a three row qwerty keypad which also has capacitative touch features embedded in it.

BlackBerry elevates Sunil Lalvani as India MD

Canadian handset maker BlackBerry Thursday said it has elevated Sunil Lalvani as the Managing Director of its India operations.

BlackBerry launches low-price plan in 15 circles

The monthly plan would be available on the network of Aircel, Idea Cellular and Vodafone, BlackBerry India's Director for Commercial Relationship, Hitesh Shah said.

BlackBerry India MD Sunil Dutt quits

BlackBerry Friday said its India Managing Director Sunil Dutt has quit the company and he will be replaced by Rick Costanzo, who is the Executive Vice President (Global Sales).

Government plans to take over possession of BlackBerry infrastructure

After initially being reluctant in sharing information, BlackBerry has now been complying with the requirements of the government to ensure that all its services are intercepted in readable format and in real time, as and when required by the security agencies.

DoT makes Telecom operators fall in line on Blackberry issue

The Department of Telecom (DoT) had set a deadline of December 31 for lawful real time legal interception of Blackberry services after the Canadian-based manufacturer of the smart phone -- Research In Motion (RIM) -- had provided a solution for the same.