RIM buys scheduling app Tungle

Apr 27, 2011

Canada's Research In Motion (RIM) has bought Tungle, a Canadian company that makes a scheduling application that integrates with existing calendar services.

"The team at Tungle will now be sporting new BlackBerrys," Tungle said in a blog post on Wednesday. "Tungle has been acquired by .

"As of today, the entire team is joining the ranks of RIM."

Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Tungle's scheduling application helps users organize appointments and meetings by synching with other services such as Google Calendar, Microsoft's Outlook or Apple's iCal.

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