For all you BlackBerry owners out there, RIM has acquired Torch Mobile which is an experienced developer of WebKit solutions. We've heard that RIM will add Flash support and Silverlight in the BlackBerry Browser and below is the announcement from Torch Mobile's blog:

Torch Mobile is excited to announce that our company has been acquired by Research In Motion (RIM), one of the most renowned mobile technology companies in the world. Our team of developers will join RIM’s global organization and will now be focused on utilizing our WebKit-based mobile browser expertise to contribute to the ongoing enhancement of the BlackBerry® platform.

Torch Mobile’s team of highly skilled developers has been actively involved in Open Source development and includes contributors, Commiters and Reviewers of the WebKit project. As part of RIM, these developers will continue to be active participants in the WebKit development community.

Below are the expected features of Torch Mobile

* WebKit rendering engine
* SquirrelFish Extreme JavaScript engine
* Customizable interface
* Touch screen control
* Advanced HTML and CSS support
* Languages
* Zoom and tap Function
* Multiple windows and tabs
* Input methods
* Software mouse cursor
* Special effects
* Rotating devices
* Advanced security features
* Pop-up blockers
* Advanced mobile key navigation
* HTTP cache optimized for low disk usage
* SSL and authenticated proxy support
* Styled Form Controls
* Netscape plug-in API
* JavaScript/ECMAScript 1.5
* SVG, XPath, and XSLT support
* History Auto-Complete
* Efficient storage of bookmarks and cookies
* Bookmark editor, carrier specified list
* Favorite icons and history
* XHTML 1.x mobile profile support
* Customizable about: pages
via: RIM Acquires Torch Mobile – WebKit Browser Coming To BlackBerry! | News & Rumors | BlackBerry Rocks!

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