Gillies reports, “Research In Motion Ltd. said technicians were working on the problem… RIM didn’t immediately say how many users were affected.”
“In February 2008, an upgrade to the wireless system apparently caused a three-hour service disruption,” Gillies reports. “In April 2008, a minor software upgrade crashed the system. A smaller disruption in September 2008 also was caused by a software glitch.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “sparkplug” and “Zach M.” for the heads up.]