Research In Motion

Research In Motion

RIM the makers of the Blackberry have announced there'll be a software version for Windows Mobile 6.0, though no specifics about which devices it will support.

RIM are unlikely to sell the product directly, but allow carriers to bundle it with Smartphones.

WM6 already supports Microsoft's push Email over ActiveSync from an Exchange server, but this will allow WM6 users to integrate directly into a familiar Blackbery environment.

It's also cheaper for RIM who don't have to continually develop new handsets.
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