As our friendly neighborhood search giant extends its tentacles, drawing together more and more useful functionality, you may well wonder if you can manage without Google. Would a lack of support for Google services be enough to turn you off a mobile platform?
It’s a brave new dawn for the company formerly known as RIM. As BlackBerry launched BB10 yesterday we watched with interest. Does the new platform have what it takes to compete with Android?
BlackBerry needed a home run, but gave us an over-the-fence double. With such a long time off, you’d think BlackBerry could have absolutely killed it. Instead, what we saw was a few interesting features drowning in a sea of inadequate.
A struggling stock price, diminishing market share, and an eroding customer base. Can BlackBerry survive? We explore its options.
Samsung spent the Blackberry 10 release day buying ads to rain on Blackberry’s parade. Could Blackberry 10 be good enough to worry Samsung?
Is BB 10 a worthy Android and iOS rival? On paper, the new BlackBerry mobile operating system seems very interesting. It is indeed “redesigned, reengineered and reinvented.”
RIM has bet the farm on the new BB10, and, from what we’ve seen so far, they delivered a solid new operating system, with a number of appealing features. Here are the top 5 features we like in the new Blackberry 10 OS.
RIM wants to change everything with BB10 and the new phones that run it. How does the new Blackberry Z10 fare against the best that Android has to offer? Let’s compare them!
Lenovo is considering a partnership with RIM or an acquisition of its BlackBerry business, which might help strengthen its position in the enterprise market.
RIM has decided to schedule their Blackberry Live conference during Google I/O.