Shares of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion rose 9% Thursday after the company said it is making strides to get its next-generation mobile software and smartphones into customers’ hands at the beginning of next year. Share/Save
Police in the United Arab Emirates have given a surprising explanation for a dramatic fall in traffic accidents last week: drivers’ BlackBerrys weren’t working. [VIDEO]
“We worked 12 years to win the trust of our 70 million customers,” Balsillie added. “And we are fully committed to winning that trust back.”
BlackBerry Support teams continue to monitor the situation around the clock to ensure ongoing service stability.
Research In Motion, the Canadian company that makes the phones, told some of its corporate clients that it may not clear the huge backlog of messages until Thursday on the US East Coast.
iPhone users are under the mistaken impression that they already have “4G” cellular technology on their devices
After the cavalcade of BlackBerry hardware leaks that broke pre-Mobile World Congress, we’re entirely unsurprised to see RIM’s software roadmap apparently hit the net.
Global shipments of Android-based phones hit 32.9 million in the final quarter of 2010, pushing Nokia’s Symbian down to second place with 31 million smartphones shipped.
Today, after years of speculation, Verizon Wireless finally got the iPhone.
Even with the much publicized release of the Galaxy Tab this week, it looks like the real battle to upend the iPad won’t happen until next year.