BlackBerry fans waiting for an opportunity to blend the BlackBerry 10 OS with a more familiar QWERTY form factor may know exactly how long they have left, at least north of the border. . . . → Read More: Rogers leak pins BlackBerry Q10 Canadian launch date as April 30th (update: pricing confirmed)
Remember those BlackBerry handsets with actual physical keyboards? They were pretty successful weren’t they . . . → Read More: BlackBerry R10 appears in leaked image
Remember those BlackBerry handsets with actual physical keyboards? They were pretty successful weren’t they ? . . . → Read More: BlackBerry R10 appears in leaked image
RIM to BlackBerry I really want to care, but I just can’t…you know the old saying, “God helps those that help themselves,” well, I just do not think that Mike Lazaridis could have raised RIM from the dead…wait that was Jesus and Lazarus; sorry, wrong story and wrong book, different conclusion. In 2007, I was on Verizon, so my smartphone selection was a little slim. BlackBerry was the Cadillac of smartphones (my, have times changed) so, naturally I wanted one . . . → Read More: RIM To BlackBerry, OS 4 To BB10 – Does Anybody Really Care?
The Z10, within the halls at least, seemed to be pretty hard to find during the insanity that is Mobile World Congress. However, during an event called “ShowStoppers” it was drawing a great deal of interest from the assembled press . . . → Read More: Have you decided to be different? Did you get a Z10?
After taking so long to transition to its next-gen OS platform, the company formerly known as RIM has an awful lot riding on its first BlackBerry 10 handset, the Z10 . The handset launched at the end of January in the U.K. and early February in Canada (and is due to make its official U.S . . . → Read More: U.K. Phone Retailers Offer Cheaper BlackBerry Z10 Tariffs A Month After Launch — Soft Demand For First BB10 Handset?
The BlackBerry is one of those phenomena that have totally passed me by. I have never used one, touched one or even within about 4’ of one. So when the whole world erupted with excitement a few weeks ago with the arrival of BB10 and the new flagship device the Z10, I thought that maybe now after all of these years now might be the time to try one. . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 – Initial Impressions
The BlackBerry Z10 is the device of the moment. . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 is now available on Three UK
Jim Balsillie , the former co-CEO of Research in Motion (now known as BlackBerry), has been until recently the third-largest shareholder in the company with 5.1 percent ownership. According to Financial Post, however, he’s cut his stake in BlackBerry altogether, now reporting a grand total of zero shares. . . . → Read More: Jim Balsillie sells his 5.1 percent stake in BlackBerry
It looks like Japan won’t be a part of BlackBerry’s BB10 launch plans now or anytime in the foreseeable future. According to a report from Nikkei , BlackBerry has decided to stop selling phones in the country, at least in part because it wasn’t able to justify the cost of making the necessary language modifications to its new operating system. . . . → Read More: Nikkei: BlackBerry to stop selling phones in Japan, no longer able to justify the cost (updated)