Research in Motion (RIM), the maker of the BlackBerry has announced partnerships with Microsoft, MySpace and TiVo to put their software on Blackberry smartphones.
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According to various reports, RIM reached an agreement with Microsoft to put Live Search in the Blackberry browser as a search engine and for Blackberry Maps. Live Search is expected to be shipped sometime later this year.
From October, a Blackberry application for MySpace will also be released, adding to the similar software for rival Facebook that RIM has already released.
And by the end of the year, a TiVo suite will be released that will allow Blackberry users to view electronic program guides (EPGs) and schedule recordings.