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BlackBerry is continuing to tout its new BlackBerry platform for business users, as it signs up tens of businesses in the UK to test BlackBerry 10 devices and software.
BlackBerry has announced its Qwerty-equipped Q10 handset but there were precious few of them in the launch. ZDNet managed to track one down and get a quick hands-on demo.
Before BlackBerry unveiled its first BB10 devices, ZDNet's Ben Woods got the chance to spend a couple of days reviewing some of the headline features and poring over the hardware. Here's how the phone fared.
Companies from SAP to Cisco will be launching applications on the BlackBerry 10 platform when it is unveiled.
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 10 is just around the corner, but before it arrives take a look at the handsets that made RIM a titan in the enterprise space. Will its next batch of handsets be enough to get businesses and consumers back on side?
RIM has released BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 software, which allows businesses to manage a fleet of BlackBerry 10, iOS, or Android devices, in anticipation of the launch of its first BlackBerry 10 handsets at the end of January.
The launch of RIM's new BlackBerry 10 handsets and operating system is just around the corner; here's what you need to know.
More and more is leaking out as we approach the RIM BB 10 launch event and in this 7 minute, 30 second, video you get a good feel for possible hardware and the OS.
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.
UPDATED: RIM shipped approximately 6.9 million BlackBerry smartphones and 255,000 PlayBook tablets in Q3.
RIM's BlackBerry 10 devices are slated to hit the shelves early next year, but how will businesses be able to manage a fleet of the the new devices alongside the old?
Research In Motion says it will release the 'gold' software development kit for its BlackBerry 10 within weeks, allowing developers to ready their apps for the long-awaited platform's launch at the end of January.
RIM's new operating system will need to score with consumers and business, tablets and smartphones. It's not going to be an easy feat to achieve.
The first Research In Motion smartphones to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system will be revealed in 30 January, in a worldwide event that will mark the formal introduction of the platform.
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?
What does beleaguered device maker RIM need to do to halt BlackBerry's slide? The key lies in whether it gets developer relations right and fends off fragmentation with the upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS.
Sorry for the pessimism, folks, but RIM's hopes that the addition of LTE will bring the PlayBook tablet back from the dead are about as farfetched as the Easter bunny winning the U.S. election this year.
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