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The BlackBerry still reigns ... in D.C.

3 years agoTechnology : Today Tech

There's one geographic area where the BlackBerry still is thriving, although for how long remains to be seen: Washington, D.C., where politicians — including the president — bureaucrats and government workers very much rely on the smartphones that once were …
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Venezuela detains announces moves against U.S., detains U.S. citizens

News / International Affairs : Ya Libnan (27 minutes ago)

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Saturday his government had detained U.S. citizens, including a pilot, on suspicion of espionage, in a move likely to strain already tense relations between Washington and Caracas. Maduro ... Read Post

Eric Cantor is back in Washington — as a banker, not a politician

Politics / US Politics : Washington Post: Politics (9 hours ago)

Eric Cantor has returned to Washington -- just not as a politician or a lobbyist. This time, as a banker. On Tuesday, the former House majority leader opened the Washington office of Moelis & Company, an investment banking firm with... Read Post

RIM: BlackBerry sales to U.S. government on the rise

Technology / Gadgets : BGR (Boy Genius Report) (3 years ago)

Research In Motion’s BlackBerry line remains the platform choice for nearly half a million federal workers, including President Barack Obama. While the company struggles with consumers and the enterprise market, sales of BlackBerry ... Read Post


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