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BlackBerry 10 handsets get software update, starting this week, to add Priority Hub and other features.
BlackBerry updates lineup for emerging markets with the BlackBerry 9720.
The Q5 is one of the first bearing the revamped BlackBerry OS, but is a confusing mix of elegant software and dowdy hardware.
BlackBerry isn't selling a lot of phones running the latest OS. The company has lots of cash so what if it hedged its bets and built a Windows 8 hybrid for the enterprise?
BlackBerry's pay-to-port campaign to drive up the number of BlackBerry 10 OS apps is winding down.
BlackBerry is having its big hoedown in Orlando this week, and has announced that version 10.1 of the OS will hit the Z10 later this week.
The newest BlackBerry has good hardware and a refreshing new OS. The problem is that it's not enough.
The Z10 is a nicely designed handset with a superb touchscreen and good specifications that include LTE and NFC support. The new BlackBerry 10 OS offers a decent user experience once you get used to it, although we'd like to see a physical home button.
I have been using the Z10 with BlackBerry 10 for the past five days and am finding things I really like about the OS and device and a few things I don't. Let me know if you have any questions as I continue to work on a full review.
With the Z10, BlackBerry finally has a modern smartphone — but it's the operating system that matters.
Research In Motion--now called 'BlackBerry'--has launched its long-awaited, much-delayed BlackBerry 10 OS and handsets. Here's your complete guide, from the OS' development to a first look at the Z10 device.
RIM will automatically slash the price of the cheapest apps by up to 25 percent as the launch of its next OS, BlackBerry 10, looms.
BlackBerry 10 is nearly upon us. Take a look back at the evolution of RIM's mobile OS, including BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which laid the foundations for the company's success in the enterprise.
BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion is holding its last port-a-thon for developers, aimed at bolstering the availability of BlackBerry 10-compatiable apps ahead of the OS' launch.
I never thought I would get pumped to see a new BlackBerry from RIM after they basically took the year off in 2012; but BlackBerry 10 is the mobile OS I look forward to the most at the start of 2013.
Some analysts say that RIM's BlackBerry 10 platform is the real deal and will garner interest. Other observers see the OS as another WebOS.
The app, similar to those available for iOS and the BlackBerry OS, lets users search online without needing to fire up a browser. However, it will not work on Windows RT-based systems such as the Surface tablet that will go on sale this Friday.
The BlackBerry maker believes HTML 5 could help persuade developers to keep making apps for both its platforms as it prepares for the introduction of its new BlackBerry 10 OS and devices.
Keeping developers on side while making a major OS shift isn't easy - and it's even harder when you're losing ground in the market. So what is RIM doing to persuade new and long-time developers to keep the BlackBerry faith?