Research In Motion (RIMM) is trending as the company has unveiled a new smartphone.But these phones don't run on the highly anticipated BlackBerry 10. Instead, RIM revealed the BlackBerry Curve 9315 that will launch later this month on T-Mobile. The phone features a 3.2-megapixel camera, full QWERTY keyboard, microSD memory expansion and will run on the BlackBerry 7.1 operating system. The phone will launch on Jan. 23. RIM's BlackBerry 10 phones are set to be revealed just one week later. The Curve 9315 is available for pre-sale on Jan. 16. It will cost $49.99 plus $10 per month under the Equipment Installment Plan. Meanwhile, a couple of handsets running the BlackBerry 10 operating system have appeared in the Federal Communications Commission's database of devices that have passed regulatory testing.
Google (GOOG - Get Report) is another popular search. Federal regulators have dropped their antitrust probe of the Internet company. After a 19-month investigation, regulators ended the investigation without imposing any major sanctions on Google. Regulators had been investigating complaints that Google manipulates its search results to highlight its own products and services, which investigators found that sometimes Google actually does. They did not find, however, that the company violated U.S. antitrust laws or hurt consumers.
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