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.
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.
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.
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
Check out the promotional photos that Vodafone posted of the new Blackberry 9530 - a.k.
It was no secret that the BlackBerry Storm was coming to Verizon, but now it is official as both Verizon Wireless and Vodafone announced the device with RIM tonight. The BlackBerry Storm is the first touch screen BlackBerry device and one of the first I have ever heard of that has a display with real feedback.
Canadian phone company Research in Motion (RIM) launched its first HSDPA BlackBerry in Sydney today, the BlackBerry Bold, with Vodafone, Optus and Telstra confirming they will carry the handset.
Vodafone is working with BlackBerry manufacturer RIM to put more consumer applications onto the mainly business-oriented device
Vodafone 2008 roadmap may include first Palm smartphone with WiFi, two Nokias, two BlackBerry devices, and two HP devices
I don't know how The Boy Genius does it, but he always seems to get the latest and greatest scoop on upcoming mobile phones. The latest scoop covers Vodafone's roadmap for 2008, including devices that won't even be seen until later in the fall. Some details are still missing and many of the devices still have their code name. There are 2 Palm devices, 2 HP devices, 2 Nokia devices, 2 BlackBerry devices, and an unnamed Windows Mobile device in the rumored lineup.
Vodafone and BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion introduced the BlackBerry Curve 8310 in Germany earlier today.With enhanced, location-specific GPS, the BlackBerry Curve 8310 is available now from Vodafone in Germany for 99,90 Euro (note, about $136.
Pinstack riffs off a Merrill Lynch note predicting that Verizon and Sprint BlackBerry Pearls, as well as the WiFi-enabled, Vodafone BlackBerry 8300, are all expected around May 7.What's even better, the same post I just linked you to has some photos of said Vodafone BlackBerry 8300.
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