RIM Gobbles Up Torch Mobile (Translation: BlackBerry's Getting WebKit, Thank God)

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RIM Gobbles Up Torch Mobile (Translation: BlackBerry's Getting WebKit, Thank God)

Another adaptable software maker has collapsed for the alluring charms of WebKit, and it's a biggie: RIM has acquired Torch Mobile—the aggregation that makes the WebKit-based Iris browser—to "contribute to the BlackBerry platform." So long, asstastic BlackBerry browser.

Given that Torch Mobile alone makes one section of software (currently unavailable), that they say their capital addition to the above "enhancement" will be "utilizing [their] WebKit-based adaptable browser expertise," and that the iPhone, Android and Symbian accept fabricated WebKit the de facto accepted for appropriate adaptable web browsing, it's not harder to assumption what's traveling on here. Also interesting: This comes just a anniversary afterwards rumors that BlackBerrys would soon(ishly) support Flash and Silverlight out of the box.

Now that we apperceive RIM is austere about WebKit, the alone questions larboard alpha with "when?" You know, like if will BlackBerry OS address with its aboriginal WebKit browser? And if will anybody abroad finally just accord up on accomplishing annihilation else? [Torch Mobile via BGR]


RIM Gobbles Up Torch Mobile (Translation: BlackBerry's Getting WebKit, Thank God)
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