Thought to be snapped up by Research In Motion after CrackBerry.com heard from sources (and spied LinkedIn profiles of DataViz employees now listing themselves as RIM employees), it's not yet known whether DatViz's Documents To Go will continue to be supported for Android, iOS and Maemo. They've already announced development is ceasing for webOS. [CrackBerry]
RIM Buys Documents To Go, As DataViz Ceases webOS Support
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