RIM moving to WebKit

in iPhone edited January 2014
From what I'm reading it appears Research in Motion is moving to WebKit



Job Description:

Research In Motion Limited® (RIM)® is a world leader in the mobile communications market and has a history of developing breakthrough wireless solutions. RIM's portfolio of award-winning products, services and embedded technologies is used by thousands of organizations around the world and includes the BlackBerry® wireless platform, the RIM Wireless Handheld™ product line, software development tools and software/hardware licensing agreements. RIM is seeking driven individuals who can take our wireless data products to the next level in the global wireless market. Are you ready to make a difference in the world of mobile communications with RIM? POSITION SUMMARY We are currently looking for a talented and passionate individual to join a growing team within the BlackBerry Platform organization. Utilizing their expert knowledge in C++ programming, the successful candidate will be working in a fast-paced, dynamic development environment to develop a WebKit-based browser for the BlackBerry Platform. RESPONSIBILITIES The successful candidate's responsibilities will include: All development aspects of software development lifecycle Analysis, design, implementation and support of features of the product Collaboration with team members and other internal groups in delivering features with the highest quality Focusing on the maintainability, scalability and reliability of the system


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    tulkastulkas Posts: 3,756member
    Figured that was the plan when they bought Torch Mobile back in August. IrisBrowser was a webkit based browser for WinMo.
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