Opinion: What’s up with WhatsApp?

WhatsApp, the  little app that could. When I came across WhatsApp for my android phone over a year ago there were only 3 people in my contact list that I could speak to. Back then BlackBerry was the supreme leader (and to some still is). But now 90% of my

Blackberry celebrates 70 Million BlackBerry subscribers globally…but

Research In Motion (RIM) now has 70 million global BlackBerry subscribers and they celebrated that fact with a video that highlighted some of our customers’ successes, including how individuals, businesses, governments, start-ups and charities are all using BlackBerry to work for good in their lives and in their communities around

More Blackberry Playbook Tablets to be released later 2011

Research in Motion announced yesterday at the Mobile World Congress that they will be releasing two more Blackberry Playbook tablets in the second half of this year- one with LTE and one with HSPA and networking technlogy. Maybe this does sorta validate the rumours that Apple is likely to relrease

We’re Live Blogging from Washington DC: The App Economy: How mobile developers attract users, win fans and make money

Calling all Caribbean Developers, Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurs, Join Suzette Gardner, SiliconCaribe's Washington DC-based contributor on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM EST for live blogging from Google's Washington DC Office as technologists gather to discuss, "The App Economy: How mobile developers attract users, win fans and