Every year, gadget companies like to flaunt out their latest flagship smartphones and show off all of the “revolutionary” features that will make this slab of glass and metal different from the nearly-identical looking slab of glass and metal already in our pockets.
Intrigue! Mystery! Really shitty phones from 2008! We have a strange situation on our hands: The former co-CEO of BlackBerry recently broke his years-long silence on the company to reminisce about one of its worst failures, the BlackBerry Storm, but he told a weird lie that made the Storm sound like an even bigger…
Ordinarily, video of this..."quality" would be a punishable offense, but at least it does actually show the higher-resolution screen and boost in speed the BlackBerry Storm 3 supposedly has. Sadly the purported NFC tech hasn't been confirmed yet, but if any of the rumored specs come true, we're looking at the…
Is this the first picture of the BlackBerry Storm 3? BerryReview thinks so, after a tipster sent it to their mailbox. And I'm inclined to agree—although I wasn't expecting that trackpad.
Take the BlackBerry Storm. Now imagine a phone that's basically exactly the same, but does everything better. That's the Storm 2.
Hey guys and gals, we just got a BlackBerry Storm 2 loaner—and an explanation for the delay. Still interested in a review?
There isn't much we don't know about the BlackBerry Storm 2, especially now that there is pretty solid confirmation that it will hit stores around October 25. Boy Genius got its hands on a product inventory shot from Best Buy which shows that the stores will be getting Storm 2 dummy units starting October 25th. We…
We're pretty sure the BlackBerry Storm 2's announcement is coming soon, and we just got a little more evidence: The not-so-loved original Storm's price has just been dropped to $99 with a 2-year contract.
The spotlight this week may be pointed at the iPhone 3GS—and with good reason—but it's not the only flavor of smartphone ice cream. Here's a quick path to more info about all smartphones (and no dumb ones!)
RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie confirmed to Reuters that the company is planning a "next-generation" touch device, and that the original Storm was a "huge success." Well, at least "in terms of sales and adoption."