RIM buys DataViz

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by w_bovine, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. w_bovine

    w_bovine Well-Known Member
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  2. rambo47

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    I would expect this excellent program to become BlackBerry-only in the future. Unless it makes so much money for them as a cross-platform app, RIM will internalize Data Viz and incorporate Docs To Go into their OS.
     
  3. indianajonze

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    well that would explain why we havent gotten that wonderful update they were talking about at google i/o
     
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  5. serpentine009

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    They could be using them for their RoadSync app. Offering ActiveSync connectivity to BIS users. With so many smart phones now allowing Activesync connectivity...it puts the Blackberry at a disadvantage for those who maintain simple, (maybe hosted) exchange solutions.

    Hey Rambo...recognized your avatar from BBF. Hopefully you will be just as helpful in this forum as you were/are over there.

    EDIT: Just read article...and it only mentions Doc to Go. It looks like they only purchased that portion of the company.
     
  6. HES

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    Yeah I have to agree that I think that RIM will make DocsToGo a RIM product only. Yes this really sucks.
     

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