You probably never thought that he would see a mobile company supporting the creation of a hacking event. However, the company Research In Motion, the makers of unlocked Blackberry devices, is allowing users to send over 100 billion messages every month through their system and are looking to bring a more popular and better experience for their users. Now, the company is reaching out to the developing and hacking community in order to put something together that will allow for users to create their own apps. They will be hosting an upcoming event titled BBM Apps Hackathon which will be held at New York City. It will be a two-day event that will last August 11 and 12th and will allow for developers to integrate the BBM social platform and the apps that are created.
It is good to see that the company is embracing and community levels of cortical. This is something that has helped Android to become the world’s largest mobile operating system platform so far, allowing the communities to design their own applications and make them available for users with something that will ensure that were in our community and more applications are sold overall.
The company is definitely one that could use some support from the community. They've seen their market share fall consistently over the course of the last few months and you can bet that it will continue to fall if they do not get some sort of backing from their users such as unlocked BlackBerry Torch 9800. The BBM social system is one that has been picking up a lot of new users in recent months. The company research in motion has announced that they were putting together new features for the application is expected to be released at some point in the near future. RIM is a company that has consistently added new features to their messenger, especially when it has been so widely used among their user base over the course of the last few months and years.