Video of BlackBerry Storm 3 Fails to Show NFC, But it Does Look…

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 biggest,… » 2/21/11 9:46am 2/21/11 9:46am

BlackBerry's Storm Line Looks Far From Dead With Pumped-Up Storm 3 Leak

While the pictures aren't as good as yesterday's BlackBerry Dakota leak, BGR has published the purported specs of the Storm 3, supposedly due out in September. Like the Torch and the Dakota, the specs are heeeaaaps better. » 1/14/11 11:42am 1/14/11 11:42am

BlackBerry 6 OS Won't Grace Storm or Storm 2

The Blackberry Torch 9800, a sleek slider with both a touch screen and a full keyboard, is the first device to come loaded with RIM's revamped BlackBerry 6 OS. But one interesting bit from the press release suggests that BlackBerry's older touch screen devices won't get the update: » 8/03/10 11:37am 8/03/10 11:37am

BlackBerry Storm 2 Arriving At Best Buy In Late October

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… » 10/01/09 8:57am 10/01/09 8:57am

Preparing for the Storm 2? Verizon BlackBerry Storm Now $50

Here is a good hint that Verizon is trying to clear out its BlackBerry Storm inventory to make room for the rumored October arrival of the Storm 2. As of today, the first touchscreen BlackBerry is now only $50 on "America's Most Reliable Wireless Network." » 8/31/09 11:19am 8/31/09 11:19am

BlackBerry Storm Squashes the Palm Pre—According to Verizon, Of Course

Verizon is preparing their sales people against the Palm Pre launch, with a detailed feature by feature comparison with the Blackberry Storm. Of course, according to Verizon, the Storm wins (against the iPhone too.) Obviously, they didn't read Matt's review. » 6/08/09 11:20am 6/08/09 11:20am

RIM CEO Confirms Storm 2 In the Vaguest Way He Can

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." » 5/05/09 7:30am 5/05/09 7:30am