BlackBerry Messenger for Android is finally coming, the company has announced, with the release date set for this summer.
Windows 8 is widely panned, Surface tablets are selling slowly, and they’re losing footholds once considered intrinsic to their success. Much of their issues involve the success of Android, and having BlackBerry return to the fold won’t help, either. Microsoft has some major concerns, and time to remedy the issues is running short.
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?
RIM just launched Blackberry 10, but the OS is not revolutionary, or even special by any means. Is Apple doomed to follow suit and die slowly? Is Google in a good position to avoid the pitfalls RIM fell in?
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 and RIM have denied any formal discussion on a possible merger, acquisition or partnership, saying its CFO’s statements may have been misquoted. But what’s so interesting with a combined Lenovo and BlackBerry?
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.
Research-in-Motion is considering selling its enterprise assets and hardware-making division, or licensing out BlackBerry 10 once the new platform launches.