The BlackBerry is trapped in an infinite toilet swirl. Customers have left it in droves. Even RIM knows the BlackBerry is in deep trouble. This morning, the company showed off its new BlackBerry 10 operating system along with a few bold new features, but is it simply catchup to iOS, Android and Windows Phone?
What do you do when your company got kicked around by Android and iOS (poor PlayBook), and your ex co-CEOs were essentially forced to step down? If your company name is RIM and you make BlackBerrys and target the enterprise market, you obviously hire a graphic artist to create four superhero boppers and call them "The Bold Team."
What is this? The Verge says it's RIM's next BlackBerry smartphone codenamed "London" with the BlackBerry's next-gen BBX software and sleek Porsche Design looks. Please, let this be what RIM is cooking up.
A partnership between RIM and Porsche Design? If it means a hot new BlackBerry that'll put the smartphone company back on top, then sure why not? With the iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy Nexus now the envy of all design sticklers, RIM could use a sexy BlackBerry.
RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook will run Android apps later this year after a software update. That much we do know. Now, Bloomberg reports that all QNX-based BlackBerry smartphones will run Android apps as well. Is it time for RIM to throw in the towel and build BlackBerries using the Android OS?
RIM just announced BlackBerry 7, the new mobile OS that's coming to the BlackBerry Bold Touch.
It's been a long journey for RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook. But at last, the 7-inch tablet with a speedy 1GHz dual-core processor and a nifty smart bezel can be brought home next month for as low as $500.
A tech-spec leak for the BlackBerry Torch 2 reveals that RIM still doesn't understand that the smartphone has evolved in the face of Android and iOS. Despite having beefier specs, the BlackBerry Torch 2 will fail. Here's why.
Despite all the praise that the BlackBerry PlayBook has garnered in the last few months since its unveiling, concerns about its battery and subsequently, a potential product delay continue to plague the tablet. RIM's finally come out to do damage...
The BlackBerry PlayBook is already looking fairly impressive. RIM isn't kidding when it tells everyone that it's building a tablet entirely from scratch and not just expanding on a smartphone OS. New intel shows the tablet's bezel is more than just a place to rest your thumbs — it's touch sensitive.