The first BlackBerry 10 device, the Z10, will go on sale in the UK from Thursday; operators including Vodafone and O2 have released pricing.
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Vodafone Australia has said that it has no plan to release BlackBerry 10-equipped phones any time soon.
UPDATED 3: Some BlackBerry customers on the Vodafone network have experienced outages, the second such outage in four months.
The access blockage for BlackBerry Messenger seen by some Vodafone customers is now over, RIM has confirmed - but the cause is still a mystery.
The as-yet-unexplained outage seems to be affecting some of Vodafone customers in the UK and other parts of EMEA, although the blame appears to be on RIM's side rather than the operator's.
The BlackBerry maker has little hope of a turnaround now — its revenue is dropping and people aren't buying its devices. So what pushed the smartphone once-leader into a corner?
Optus and Vodafone BlackBerry customers can now update their phones to OS version 7.1, an update that offers a number of new features, including near-field communication (NFC) tags.
Research In Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet launched on Friday but Vodafone is the only UK network currently stocking the device.Out of the major UK mobile networks, the seven-inch 16GB PlayBook device is currently only being offered for sale on launch day by Vodafone — priced at £399 — but is not currently being offered on subsidised contract deals.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion this morning revealed its new Torch 9800 handset and BlackBerry 6 operating system, which was unveiled overnight in the US, would be available from all of Australia's major mobile telcos.
The plan is designed to let companies make use of RIM's free BlackBerry Enterprise Service Express software
The second touchscreen handset from Research in Motion uses a different click technology from the first, making it easier to type quickly
It has been a long time coming, but Research In Motion (RIM) has finally released a successor to the BlackBerry Storm. The rather unimaginatively named Storm2 will be available exclusively via Vodafone in the UK for the time being, although other operators may follow in due course.
Vodafone has said that advice given by one of its employees to IT labour hire firm 3W joint CEO Bruce Mills that that he should switch his BlackBerry fleet to slower 2G services to avoid drop-outs was inaccurate.
Vodafone is to offer its network APIs to developers in the hope of attracting applications that will run across different mobile operating systems
Mobile operators are banking on iPhone-type handsets to drive mobile web usage, while next year may see more focus on models that specialise in a particular set of functions
The first touchscreen BlackBerry smartphone has been made available to UK customers, exclusively through Vodafone
Larry posted a bit earlier about the possible 17 November launch date for the BlackBerry Storm. I don't watch much TV, but I have already seen two Storm commercials (one can be found on YouTube) so I think the date is most likely correct. You can also check out the BlackBerry Storm 9530 interactive guide. It is interesting to see that the main steps shown in device setup include inserting the SIM card, yet the Storm is launching with Verizon on their CDMA network where SIM cards are not used. I understand Vodafone should be getting a GSM version of the Storm, yet the link for the demo clearly indicates it is for the US market.
Vodafone and Research in Motion (RIM) have been showing off the new BlackBerry Storm, which is due to go on sale on 14 November.
RIM has finally released a touchscreen phone, the BlackBerry Storm. We got visited by RIM and the phone's UK carrier Vodafone today, all very keen to show off the latest device to temporarily bear the "iPhone-killer" tag.
The first touchscreen BlackBerry device has been released, and RIM has revealed how Vodafone helped devise the Storm to compete in the crowded smartphone space