The BlackBerry team at RIM is hard at work on BlackBerry 10 and we’ve had a chance to see the latest version of the software on near-final models of the first two handsets to launch. Here’s what we know so far…
The forthcoming Blackberry 10 (BB10) OS has been subject to a number of technical delays and is now looking like receiving an early 2013 release according to latest whispers which also include speculation of up to 6 devices running the OS.
A leaked imaged yesterday purportedly shows Amazon’s upcoming Kindle Fire 2, possibly a 7-inch device which would back-up recent rumours. Here’s what we know so far…
The $199 (£125) Amazon Kindle Fire is what the tech world likes to coin a game-changer. A gadget with the potential to irrevocably alter a sector of the market to the point of no return. So is it any good?
Launching in Canada on August 9th, the next-gen PlayBook will be 4G ready and compatible with BlackBerry 10. So what else do we know about the tablet? And will it be another failure to launch for Blackberry?
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins has hinted at a potential licensing deal for the BB10 OS platform with manufacturers such as Samsung and Sony. Something that will need to work if Blackberry are to survive.
With a delay of the new OS bad news for pretty much everyone, RIM is going to have to really impress with BB10. So what do we know about it so far?
There’s no doubt that something needs to change if BlackBerry are to survive in a busy smartphone market. Latest rumours suggest that RIM are considering some fairly radical options.
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.