You've been wanting a new and improved WebKit-based Blackberry Web Browser? Well, it looks like it's on the way!!! Research in Motion has acquired Torch Mobile and as part of RIM will be working to enhance the BlackBerry platform and of course the web browsing experience. You can click the image above to jump on over and learn more about Torch Mobile and their existing Iris Webkit browser. What a great way to start the week - this is the kind of news we like to see! Excited much??
Update: What's good news for us BlackBerry users is bad news for others. Our friends at WMExperts.com contacted Torch Mobile who replied that the company will no longer be developing for Windows Mobile or Windows CE.
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