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BlackBerry's closed Messenger for Windows Phone beta has now become available to those who were able to sign up for the program last week, but others will have to wait until it's no longer closed.
After waiting for a really long time, Windows Phone users will be able to enjoy using BlackBerry Messenger starting this July. The upcoming app was officially mentioned today by BlackBerry's CEO.
BlackBerry has temporarily put its plans to expand its BBM service to IOS and Android users on hold due to an early leak of an unreleased Android version of the app.
BlackBerry has announced that official apps for iOS and Android that will connect to the company's long running BlackBerry Messenger network will be released this weekend.
The launch of BlackBerry Messenger on Android and iPhone has been on the cards for months. Yesterday, the company erroneously announced the launch on its website - could its arrival be imminent?
WhatsApp's developers have indicated that they do not plan to support BlackBerry 10. One good thing for BB10 buyers is that they don't completely rule out a return with their wording.
According to a new study, new messaging platforms like Apple's iMessage and RIM's BlackBerry Messenger are taking a huge bite out carrier profits by cannibalizing traditional text messaging.
Facebook Europe's vice-president, Joanna Shields, has stated that regardless of ongoing events in the United Kingdom, Prime Minister David Cameron will never temporarily suspend the network.
In news that could well upset the BlackBerry apple cart, it's been reported that Research In Motion is contemplating making its popular BlackBerry Messenger available to users fn both Android and iOS devices. Image courtesy...