Microsoft Joins the BlackBerry to develop a Smarter Smartphone

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced yesterday at a conference in Orlando, Florida that come this fall the creative minds behind (RIM) Research in Motion would launch the Blackberry Bold 9900 and 9930. As the newest and smallest phones to date, both 9900 and 9930 come equipped with the browser platform BlackBerry 7, and with Microsoft at the wheel, these tiny wonders now feature 4G technologies supercharging their bowser speeds to 60 frames per second.

The BB 7 operating system will not only promote BING as their the default search engine but Microsoft has hopes to turn things around for the underdog, both the 9900 and the 9930 have been deeply integrated by BING, contributing to the its incredibly user friendly applications. Enhanced by high-powered performance, blazing fast connectivity and voice enabled search capabilities the Bold 9900 will also feature the impressive Near Field Communications promises a secure exchange of information within a short distance and resulting in a cost-effective way to keep employees connected and productive while providing a safe means of interaction that firewalls sensitive material.

The liquid graphic touch screen might just be the cherry on top of these delights and its clear the highly anticipated BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930 have easily positioned themselves to soar high above the completion.