In a move that is equal parts admirable and bleak (but mostly bleak), BlackBerry has chosen to valiantly fight the imminent march of time. Instead of trying to build the next Big Thing, the company is going back to what it knows works best: 2011. Say hello to the Bold. Again.
You've already read Adam Frucci's opus on the subject...now prove to the world that you, in fact, are the King of Boldness, by sending your 500-word essay/blog post/epic poem/manifesto to Gizmodo at email@example.com with "My Boldest Experience" as the subject line. The best (funniest, most compelling, least lame) of…
Inspired by BlackBerry, Gizmodo commissioned former staff writer Adam Frucci to relay his boldest experience, and here it is. Read his original, continent-spanning essay below to discover how chicken gizzards and the universal language of sake turned into an experience that altered the course of his life.
RIM, the maker of BlackBerry, was absolutely destroyed yesterday in the stock market. But that's just part of the story. RIM is screwed.
Samsung's Galaxy S phone on Verizon, BlackBerry's Bold 9700 on T-Mobile and AT&T and Sprint's Sanyo Zio are all free this Friday from Best Buy.
Leaked photos of the Bold 9800 aren't anything new, but photos showing OS 6.0's WebKit browser? Yes, please.
BlackBerry users who are stuck with CDMA-based carriers (like Verizon) now have another option in the form of the Bold 9650, replacing the Tour and its janky trackball with an optical trackpad. (Also, hello Wi-Fi.)
In today's Remainders: your noggin! It's what chess champ Garry Kasparov used to defeat increasingly sophisticated computer opponents; it's what the contestants on Jeopardy consult for answers (or questions); it's the site of the next X-Prize challenge; and more.
RIM has already been moving away from the trackball to the trackpad, but this new image of a yet to be released device shows neither. All signs point to the first touchscreen BlackBerry Bold.
For the first time ever, every major carrier in the US actually has smartphones worth buying, meaning you don't have to break up to get a good phone. Here's the best phones on each one, along with the best deals.
After teasing BlackBerry lovers with a limited "premier" customer release earlier in the week, AT&T has let loose with the BlackBerry Bold 9700. It's now available for anyone and everyone who loves all things BlackBerry. T-Mobile users, who;ve had access to this phone for a while, can yawn at this post at their…
The BlackBerry Bold 9700 in a word? Compact. It's efficient, almost cramped, like a Japanese car from the 80s.
RIM very quietly just showed off the new BlackBerry Bold in white, with a white leather back that somehow manages to outdo the previous version in tackiness. It's due out on AT&T for $200, as usual, on October 18th.
Here's the first official shot of the 9700 (codenamed Onyx), T-Mobile's first 3G BlackBerry, which could arrive as early as November. T-Mobile says it'll support UMA Wi-Fi calling (as part of the carrier's HotSpot@Home service), visual voicemail, and corporate email.
Boy Genius takes us on a tour of BlackBerry OS 5.0, which is a tasty combo of the current Bold OS and the Storm's, but really fast.
That rumored BlackBerry Bold with a touchscreen was just a whisper before, but now we've got a shot of the packaging to prove its existence. Let's see what we know about this new hybrid.