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About this Blog: Al Sacco writes about anything and everything mobile or wireless as it applies to the global workforce — with a focus on smartphones and tablets.

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RIM Developer Exec Mike Kirkup on BlackBerry App Memory Problem, Storefront

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As I recently posted, I've got concerns regarding the relatively small amount of memory available within current BlackBerry smartphones for storing third-party mobile applications. The problem: BlackBerrys are restricted when it comes to storing applications, since you can’t save third-party apps to external memory cards, and on-device app memory is extremely limited by Research In Motion (RIM). This week I got the chance to sit down with RIM’s Manager of Developer Relations, Mike Kirkup, for his take on the issue. He also shared some new details on the upcoming BlackBerry Application Storefront, due next month.

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