Box.net launched new apps on Thursday for Google's Android mobile OS, Research In Motion's BlackBerry Playbook (which runs on a RIM-built operating system called QNX) and a new HTML5 Web app accessible on any smart phone or tablet. The Palo Alto, Calif., start-up has been able to gain more than 1 million mobile users with an iOS app, integration into HP's WebOS as the default cloud storage method, and its Box.
Box.net's CEO and co-founder Aaron Levie has been open about his belief that mobile is a key pillar to the cloud storage company's future. The company already offers native apps for a number of platforms, including Android, iPhone, ... Read Post
Less than a month before its first tablet computer goes on sale, BlackBerry maker Research in Motion announced that its PlayBook tablet will support applications written for Android, the operating system that powers many smartphones... Read Post