If the Z10 looked something like Blackberry was trying to build an iPhone copy to house its BB10 platform, the just announced Z30 would be the BB10 Galaxy S4 or HTC One. After holding it for a few minutes, I'm convinced it's something I wouldn't mind holding for at least a few minutes more.
While there have been leaks aplenty over the summer, BlackBerry has now officially announced the successor to its all-touch Z10. Say hello to the Z30.
After its previous look at strategic alternatives yielded little fruit, BlackBerry is once again going back to the blackboard. Its board is currently considering "possible joint ventures, strategic partnerships or alliances, a sale of the Company or other possible transactions" to help boost the performance of…
BlackBerry ha presentado hoy los resultados de su primer trimestre fiscal (T1 de 2014, de abril a junio) y hay buenas y malas noticias. Lo bueno: ha logrado aumentar el número de smartphones distribuidos de 6 millones en el trimestre anterior a 6,8 millones (un 13% más, aunque, ojo, son "distribuidos", no…
BlackBerry celebra hoy su conferencia anual de desarrolladores y, además del smartphone de gama media Q5, del que ya te hemos hablado, la canadiense ha confirmado que su popular servicio de mensajería, BBM, llegará a iOS y Android durante este verano. Sin duda, un movimiento importante para la compañía para abrirse a…
Today, during the BlackBerry Live Keynote, the company announced that it will be launching BlackBerry Messenger—BBM—on iOS and Android this Summer. This is a big move for the company, which has found itself increasingly trapped in a badly-built prison of its own making.
The new BlackBerry ecosystem has failed the UK government's high security testing. James Bond isn't getting a Z10 any time soon.
Got a new BlackBerry? There's now an unofficial port of Instagram for BB10! (We can't vouch for quality or security...).
Yahoo's giving up on a bunch of its projects so it can refocus its energy. Bye bye Blackberry app. [The Guardian]
BB10 just got a software update. Improved 3rd party app performance, camera updates, and assorted bug-fixes. Woo.
BlackBerry's Super Bowl ad from last night was... uh... interesting. The company claimed that in 30 seconds, it was easier to show us what BB10 couldn't do—which is perhaps some of the laziest marketing ever.
Turns out BlackBerry's proud claim that the new BB10 phones are launching with 70,000 bespoke apps was a bit of a lie—with one of the company's own men admitting that up to 40 per cent of these are frantic Android port jobs.
So, you've read about the new BlackBerrys in exhaustive detail. One big questions remains, though: are any of you actually going to buy one?
Today BlackBerry demoed what it's calling BlackBerry Balance, a clever way of separating one's personal and work lives in one device. You don't see it as much these days but carrying two phones—one for business, one for pleasure—was commonplace not too long ago. I remember having a BlackBerry 6200 alongside my…
BlackBerry announced two phones today, but it's clear which is the favorite son. The Z10 looks like a winner; it's got brains and body enough to face the iPhones and Galaxy S IIIs of the world head-on. It's got a release date and a price. It's a phone any company would be proud to call a flagship. In fact, its only…
If you haven't sold your BlackBerry PlayBook yet, the company says you'll get an upgrade to BB10... at some point.
BlackBerry unveiled Alicia Keys as its new spokesperson, but turns out she's been posting from her iPhone. Seems a little dubious, but we'll see.
At first blush there's a lot to like about BB10, BlackBerry (née RIM)'s last great hope at redemption. But the first thing you might love is the revamped BBM. It's crazy slick, and your iPhone is jealous.
BlackBerry's QWERTY handset for BlackBerry 10 is official. Launched today, BB10 and its accompanying hardware do away with a lot of baggage that has been holding the company back, but the physical QWERTY keyboard is here to stay. This slim, lightweight phone with wonderful clicky keys is its future.
Starting today, RIM is rebranding itself as BlackBerry. With the official name change, you can say so long to all your RIM-related innuendo.