Following a leaked presentation slide concerning 2 upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices, the L and N Series, we take a look at what we know so far about these handsets and if they’ll be any good.
Facebook’s purchase of Instagram for a cool $1billion has been the talk of the tech world recently. We have listed 5 tech sales that we don’t think Facebook will be buying anytime soon; even though they may well want to.
Blackberry maker RIM announce a shift in focus to concentrate on business customers but it seems like a retreat form the power of iPhone and Android
Blackberry had a very turbulent year last year, and few in the industry were surprised to hear the announcement today.
What can we expect from the Canadian tech giant over the next 12 months? And will it be enough to get things back on track?
It looks like we’ll be getting another Playbook before the year is out. But how will it measure up to its rivals, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6?
BlackBerry may quietly (or perhaps not so quietly) be finessing it’s plans for world domination with its upcoming BBX handsets, but it’s not letting the other operating system go to waste, with a stream of BB7 devices being churned out right now, among them the BlackBerry Bold 9790.
Despite criticism over its clunky design and often complicated operating system, the original Blackberry is still hugely popular. What surprises are in store for 2012?
Research In Motion (RIM), makers of BlackBerry phones, have today released a new app designed to make it easier for business callers to handle conference calling on the go; check it out!
After playing it cool for a few years, RIM has apparently decided that there’s something to this touchscreen phone lark after all, releasing a budget all-touch device in the shape of the BlackBerry Curve 9380.