Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion has been rumored before to plan the release of a new software to allow users to connect their handsets to desktop PCs, and confirmation on the matter appears to have already emerged.
Called BlackBerry Link, the application is said to have been in internal testing at the handset vendor for quite some time now, and might be finally nearing its official availability.
The app was spotted
on BlackBerry Dev Alpha devices, yet specific info on what it might bring along lacks for the time being.
At the moment, BlackBerry users interested in syncing files and content on their phones
with a desktop PC can take advantage of the BlackBerry Desktop Software / Manager, yet that is expected to change in the not too distant future, especially since the app is seen as rather slow.