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When thousands of people and enthusiasts descended on Las Vegas for CES 2017 last week, many must have felt like they’d seen a ghost,...
The rumors have been true after all. Blackberry just confirmed that its new Android-powered smartphone, the “Argon,” or more clearly, the DTEK60, just passed through...
There was a time when Blackberry held a significant share in the smartphone market and then there came a time when the company that...
WhatsApp, popular in its own right, seems to have been buoyed by its connection with social networking mammoth Facebook. In February this year, Facebook...
Today was a very big day for the boys and girls in Waterloo with both good and bad news coming down the pipe. First, CEO Thorsten Heins is stepping down from the head honcho role.
BlackBerry is effectively on the market for any interested buyers and it looks like Fairfax Financial has put forth an official offer to snatch up the struggling Waterloo-based firm.
It still remains seen whether or not BB10 has what it takes to eventually renew interest in the platform, but the Z10 is now getting several price cuts.
Interestingly enough, a new listing showing devices supported with Blackberry OS 10.1 has an unexpected entry: The Blackberry PlayBook.
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More leaked photos along with purported specs hint at an entry-level QWERTY Blackberry R10 launch next week, essentially a cheaper variant of the Q10.
According to the IDC, sales of smartphones have surpassed that of feature phones in Q1. Samsung is having the highest market share, followed by Apple, LG, Huawei and ZTE.
Blackberry 10.1 has now arrived as a Beta for developers, bringing with it quite a few improvements.
After missing out on the iPhone yet again, it looks like T-Mobile will be doing more business with BlackBerry in 2013.
Looks like the long awaited release of the BlackBerry Z10 may be shortly coming to an end for those in the United States.
RIM recently announced Alicia Keys as their Creative Director. Alicia than said she would only use BB10, but her latest tweet instead comes from an iiPhone.
Just over a week ago, RIM (Research In Motion) went through a couple of huge changes. First off, they have officially changed their public brand from...
Thorsten Heinsthe has now revealed that the Blackbbery Q10 will not be introduced to the U.S. until 8-10 weeks after the release of the Blackberry Z10.
The Blackberry Z10 has now arrived to Canada through Bell, Telus, and Rogers with prices ranging from $139.95 to $149, all with 3-year contracts required.
Desperately wanting the new Blackberry Z10? For those with near-endless supplies of cash, you can always hit up Ebay and pay $1000+ for the new handset.
In order to better focus on the importance of the Blackberry brand to the company, RIM is now officially changing its name to Blackberry.
While Blackberry 10's launch is just around the corner, there are still those that say RIM has little chance of recovery if they keep down the same path. This is why many of those naysayers believe that RIM should consider selling its hardware business.
It seems that Blackberry has made changes to the name of its BlackBerry App World store, renaming it simply BlackBerry World.
While Blackberry's B10 event isn't until later this month, but that doesn't stop RIM from talking about the future of Blackberry 10 at CES this week. Specifically, the conversation turned to hardware in a recent interview conducted by Fierce Wireless. Yah, we know: there's the BlackBerry Z10 and the Blackberry X10.
This week, RIM has applied for and received an interesting new patent. With the recent picture leaks of the BlackBerry 10, RIM has created technology that would make the blurry inconspicuous photo a thing of the past.
The Blackberry Playbook has been out for almost 2 years now. Despite this, many owners are still waiting to get a taste of BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) on the device. Right now, if you own a Blackberry smartphone and a Playbook, you can download Blackberry Bridge. This allows you to pair your tablet and smartphone as well as use BBM from your tablet.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 is here, and is actually doing reasonably well during its first few days on the market. That said, there is some very real competition in the mobile market that would love to fight Microsoft for the “3rd place” position in the smartphone market, this includes Mozilla with Firefox OS and RIM with BB10.
We don't know what the future will hold for RIM, but at least we now have a few leaked photo of the L-Series that can give us a glimpse of what to expect starting in early 2013.
According to a report from Verge, there are two new phones coming in the first quarter of 2013- both of which will (finally) run Blackberry 10. One of the models has a classic Blackberry keyboard design, the other is a long, full-touchscreen device that has a much more modernized look. It is worth noting that the Blackberry classic-styled phone still does feature a touchscreen, but has a look and feel that is in similar fashion to the Bold line.
With its delay of its new B10 OS, tons of rumors about possible acquisitions and other drama falling down on RIM at a regular basis, they just can't seem to catch a break. Luckily, a California Judge has finally given them that big break, overturning a recent ruling on a patent infringement case against RIM.
In an exclusive interview with the Telegraph, RIM's CEO, Thorsten Heins, confesses that the company doesn't have the the ability to compete with larger manufacturers that crank out handsets and most look at ways to get more budget smartphones out into the market. One of the ways they are now considering doing this is through the licensing of BB10.
Let's face it, RIM isn't exactly everyone's favorite brand anymore and the first time around the company found little success with its Playbook tablet. Now, more than a year later than originally announced, RIM has brought us the 4G LTE-enabled Blackberry Playbook Tablet.
If you like the idea of an iPhone with a physical keyboard, SoloMatrix's Spike is really going to interest you. The Spike keyboard is not only a physical keyboard that clips onto your phone screen, it is also a protective case.
BlackBerry isn't exactly the biggest name in the smartphone world these days, but Blackberry 10, the newest version of the OS, is hoping to change all of that. While I can't say for sure how much luck it will have, there is at least one upcoming feature that truly is quite interesting and worth getting excited about for BlackBerry fans, and that's screen sharing.
Blackberry has announced new updates for several apps such as Facebook and Twitter that will now include BlackBerrry Messenger connectivity. This new functionality means that users can now automatically share their Facebook and Twitter updates with BBM friends, right within the apps. Outside of Facebook and Twitter, there is also a new version of BlackBerry Travel, BBM Music, and Blackberry App World that will include BBM integration in the mix.