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According to new reports, BlackBerry might be looking to adopt Android for one of its next handsets. This could prove a good move and help showcase the company's focus on enterprise device management.
BlackBerry's CEO has suggested that the BB10 OS is less than intuitive, saying, "It took me a while to get used to it", adding some consumers "get to our new phone and it's not intuitively obvious".
BlackBerry's latest financial report paints another bleak picture for the company, with a massive slide in revenues and a quarterly loss of $4.4bn, and sales of just 1.1m BlackBerry 10 handsets.
BlackBerry's successor to it's current flagship phone, the Z10, has now been leaked and revealed to be the Z30. The 5 inch phablet is rumoured to launch later this year with OS 10.2.
Yes, an update to BlackBerry OS 10 that in all fairness brings a ton of new and improved features, also comes with a massive flaw, one that deletes your SMS history or even disables SMS altogether!
A new video claims to show the upcoming Blackberry flagship, the A10. The device is rumored to have a 5-inch screen, a dual-core processor and it's expected to launch around the winter holidays.
BlackBerry's rumoured R10 device has leaked again, but this time in black. With BlackBerry's Live expo in Florida approaching, further specs have also been revealed ahead of a possible announcement.
Skype has been released in beta form for BB10. However the app is just a port from Android and it suffers from a lot of lag, a large number of bugs and very poor UI optimization.
An image has leaked on Twitter that appears to show the upcoming roadmap of BlackBerry products for 2013. With declining profits and reduced investor interest, can the company get back on track?
BlackBerry has been dealt a blow in the public sector with the US Department of Defense opting to deploy Apple iPhones, instead of BB10 devices, due to device incompatibility.
Blackberry 10 has just launched with 70.000 apps available in the Blackberry World store, including some big names such as Angry Birds, Whatsapp and Skype. However quantity does not ensure quality.
RIM, now officially known as Blackberry, has launched two new devices running their latest Blackberry 10 OS. Though we've seen some leaks before we now how official info on these devices.
RIM is hard at work trying to make sure they have a strong launch for their Blackberry 10 OS at the end of this month. Now they have extended incentives for developers porting apps to their ecosystem.
RIM want to start the New Year strongly with the release of latest Blackberry 10 handsets. And now RIM has support and confirmed availability from the major UK networks planning to stock the devices.
WhatsApp's developers have indicated that they do not plan to support BlackBerry 10. One good thing for BB10 buyers is that they don't completely rule out a return with their wording.
RIM is showing off their brand new Facebook app for Blackberry 10. It sports support for timeline and other popular features.
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RIM CEO says that the company is considering licensing its much-delayed BlackBerry 10 OS to third parties, and appears to suggest that other manufacturers could build BlackBerry devices in the future.
Research in Motion will be offering Blackberry 10 app developers who pass though a certification process a guarantee of $10,000 for the app's first year of revenue.
Research In Motion announces a massive shake-up, abandoning the consumer space to focus exclusively on business and enterprise products, amid falling revenues and multiple executive departures.
A new image has been leaked of the first BlackBerry 10 'superphone', which RIM apparently believes is the "ultimate communication device" - a bold claim from the company that brought us the PlayBook.
RIM's share price is still sliding, despite its long-overdue change in senior management - but will leaked details of its leaner, more focused product range help to renew confidence in the company?