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BlackBerry Curve Apollo picture and specs leaked

01/13/2011, If you think that your BlackBerry 8520 is a little outdated, you’ll be happy to check out this leaked picture of what is touted as the next-generation BlackBerry Curve, codenamed Apollo. While the Curve generally doesn’t sport too impressive...

BlackBerry Torch 2 spotted, specs revealed

01/13/2011, Research In Motion (RIM) claims that their best BlackBerry to date has been the BlackBerry Torch, although that could be subject to interpretation. RIM might want to alter that perception among users by introducing a spanking new BlackBerry Torch 2 which...

Indonesia orders RIM to block porn on BlackBerrys

01/10/2011, Research In Motion (RIM), the company behind the hugely successful BlackBerry, has been asked by the Indonesian government to block pornography websites on their BlackBerry services in that part of the world. The world’s largest Muslim population,...

Angry Birds joke text-based game for BlackBerry

01/09/2011, We’ve seen Angry Birds fly over to the Android platform, along with the PC and console versions, not to mention the hilarious board game version that we saw. Amidst all that fun, there still remains the sore point that the popular game isn’t available...

BlackBerry PlayBook Video

01/08/2011, [CES 2011] Tablets galore yet again – this time round we have Research In Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook, and here is a video of it in action for those who are curious to know more about it. The interface is pretty smooth flowing – much faster than...

Android tops the iPhone in terms of total users for the first time

01/07/2011, We already knew that there was plenty of momentum behind Google’s Android mobile operating system and now the statistics are in, confirming that Android has passed the iPhone in terms of the total number of users for the first time, clinching the second...

RIM launches its Built for BlackBerry program

01/06/2011, Purchasing third-party accessories for your phone might be a painful process, since you’re not always guaranteed that it will work flawlessly with your phone. RIM has just introduced the Built for BlackBerry program to ensure users that they will be...

4G BlackBerry delayed?

01/03/2011, There have been rumors afoot about RIM working on a 4G LTE BlackBerry for a couple of years now, and the device that was intended to be released this year has been pushed to the end of the year. Apparently RIM have had some trouble with the costs of the...

Sprint pushing out OS 6 update to Bold 9650 and Curve 9330 owners

12/23/2010, BlackBerry Bold 9650 or Curve 9330 owners on Sprint’s network will be happy to hear that the carrier has begun to push out the BlackBerry OS 6 update, along with its new and improved user interface. The update is being served over-the-air (OTA), but...

Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry launched

12/14/2010, RIM and Amazon.com have come together to roll out Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry smartphones, which means folks who tote around those candybar (mostly, anyways) smartphones will be able to access to Amazon’s catalog of over 14 million songs for their...

Bigger PlayBook and multi-processor BlackBerrys coming your way

12/08/2010, RIM’s co-CEO Mike Lazaridis did parade the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet at a WSJ conference last night, and out of that came more interesting news – it seems that there will be a bigger PlayBook in the works, and not only that, you can expect...

Android for Men, iPhone for Women According to Recent Survey

12/01/2010, A recent survey published by Nielsen reveals that Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone are among the most popular phones in the U.S., with iPhone and BlackBerry leading the pack with 27 percent market share each and Android not too far off with 23 percent and...

Blackberry StatCounter Win Over Apple May Hide Something Ugly

12/01/2010, StatCounter has published a report which shows Blackberry taking over Apple’s share in mobile web usage. It also shows Android getting ever bigger. The data was compiled from 15 Billion monthly page views from 3 million sites. “These figures...