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Research In Motion licences technology from Microsoft to better handle HD video, large file transfers

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Research In Motion licences technology from Microsoft to better handle HD video, large file transfers
Research in Motion, the Canadian company making the BlackBerry, has signed a licensing agreement with Microsoft over exFAT, a system that would allow faster and more efficient transfer of media files between devices.

The system is expected to arrive as part of BlackBerry 10, RIM’s mobile operating system expected to make a debut on mass market smartphones launching around January 2013.

RIM’s newly acquired system "facilitates large files for audiovisual media and enables seamless data portability and an easy interchange between desktop PCs and other electronic devices," Microsoft explained in a press release.

The biggest question with the BlackBerry 10 release is whether RIM will manage to overcome its position of a company more friendly to businesses than users. The new system will allow RIM to better handle HD video and have its devices communicate easier with Windows-based computers.

“RIM is girding itself for the BlackBerry 10 launch and future BlackBerry 10 sales and it’s defending itself against any potential legal issues ... Most importantly, it allows users to more easily move around large files,” Kevin Restivo, a mobile device analyst with global research firm IDC said.

source: Microsoft

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posted on 20 Sep 2012, 04:38 3

1. pikapowerize (banned) (Posts: 1869; Member since: 03 May 2012)


this just prove that RIM is prepping and getting BB10 OS a fully capable OS!!! they are taking the time to be a very awesome one!!

its like cooking... do you want to eat raw meat than cooked one? with the exception of dogs and cannibals ofcorse

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 04:49 1

3. Nikolas.Oliver (banned) (Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)


can you cook "Operating System" ?

lol

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 19:03

8. meowcenary (Posts: 187; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)


Raw meat is still eaten today, your cannibal sterotype is retarded. As for taking their time to be very awesome, time is not exactly on RIMMs side. It's about playing their cards correctly. The damage has been done on resting their laurels. All we can do is wish them the best.

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 04:49 1

2. Nikolas.Oliver (banned) (Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)


Ha, nothing new, android already has it (android beam)
shame on you rim. shame on you...

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 07:09

4. pikapowerize (banned) (Posts: 1869; Member since: 03 May 2012)


android "steal" it and force samsung and others to pay microsoft with $12 per device!

atleast RIM is playing nice! they dont want to get sued!!!

i really hate you!! you're really annoying! and about your question on the last BB post! let me ask you this... can you play temple run on all android devices? or atleast without hanging? NO!

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 07:36

5. Nikolas.Oliver (banned) (Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)


really ? how did you know that?

so do i, yes i can, even a fifty bucks droid

le me ask you, what phone are you using now ? bold 9900 ? try to open browser and scroll down until it

no blackberry doesn't play nice, they steal the "rubber-band" effect from ios, like samsung does, but they don't get sued because they're not seen as a threat for apple because RIm has only 4.8% of market share worldwide,

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 19:09

9. meowcenary (Posts: 187; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)


Actually this is what happened to RIMM:
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/07/14/us-rim-patent-verdict-idUSBRE86D00C20120714

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 07:42

6. Nikolas.Oliver (banned) (Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)


BUT you can't play temple run on BB can you ?

blackberry will never get sued because they're not seen as a threat for competitor, even if they created a phone that looks similiar to the iPhone! (bb 10 proto for developer)

posted on 20 Sep 2012, 14:10

7. rusticguy (Posts: 2814; Member since: 11 Aug 2012)


Well really no one knows what for Samsung is paying M$ as when Court wanted (in relation to what samsung was asking for from apple for licensing fees) the licensing deals to be kept on table then both M$ and IBM were running to court not to allow it in name of NDA/NDC/Business secret ... some say that M$ says this "Linux is infringing on patents" but then licenses them out for peanuts. If M$ told what patents Linux is infringing upon perhaps they could lose lot of money ... It's all shady deals when it comes to cros licensing. It's like kissing each other's butt to keep each other happy and disallowing new player in market. This is all where these sick patent systems is taking us to.

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