RIM: BlackBerry services in EMEIA operating normally

By on November 10, 2011 at 6:51 AM.

RIM: BlackBerry services in EMEIA operating normally

Research In Motion (RIM) announced a few minutes ago its services in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa are currently operating normally, via its Twitter page. Earlier in the day, subscribers in these regions reported delays in delivery of emails and BlackBerry Messenger messages. A few hours ago, RIM announced it was investigating reports ofMore →
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RIM: No system-wide outage, some users in EMEA experiencing delays

By on November 10, 2011 at 4:01 AM.

RIM: No system-wide outage, some users in EMEA experiencing delays

Research In Motion, the makers of BlackBerry handhelds have just posted an update stating that there is no system-wide outage and the company is investigating reports that some users in EMEA are experiencing delays. The statement from RIM is the second update from the company in about an hour since it acknowledged reports of serviceMore →
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India, Europe, Middle East and Africa affected by BlackBerry service delay

By on November 10, 2011 at 3:37 AM.

India, Europe, Middle East and Africa affected by BlackBerry service delay

Research In Motion (RIM) has confirmed to AllThingsD that some users in India, Europe, Middle East and Africa are experience delays in the BlackBerry services. The BlackBerry manufacturer, however, denies it being a system-wide outage like the one that lasted three days and eventually resulted in a global outage for a few hours. Last time'sMore →
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RIM investigating delays in email, BBM delivery [update: service back to normal]

By on November 10, 2011 at 2:24 AM.

RIM investigating delays in email, BBM delivery [update: service back to normal]

Uh, oh! BlackBerry users are facing delay in email and BBM message delivery. It is not clear how widespread the delay is but we are already getting reports from India and UK about users complaining about BBM messages not getting delivered and delays in getting mails. RIM has promptly sent out a Tweet it isMore →
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