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Monday, March 28, 2011

RIM acquires mobile emulator business tinyHippos

tinyHippos, a young Canadian company that builds tools to help mobile developers, has been acquired by Research In Motion.

As part of the takeover, the tinyHippos Ripple mobile emulator will be enhanced to include BlackBerry support.

Tyler Lessard, VP Global Alliances & Developer Relation at RIM, said “We have been integrating support for web technologies like HTML5 and BlackBerry WebWorks into our developer platform, and working to continually deliver enhanced tools and frameworks to our developer community. We look forward to working with the team at tinyHippos to further provide a simplified and streamlined experience to our developers.”

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