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The very factor that decimated BlackBerry over the past five years is now becoming one of the most important catalysts in its turnaround.
Google is seeking to block Microsoft's new YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 because it blocks ads and allows downloading of videos from YouTube's site, in violation of its terms of service.
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.
With more than 145,000 apps available for Windows Phone, the platform outmatches BlackBerry, but remains dwarfed by iOS and Android. Forget devices and platforms; the key to the third place race rests on what's on offer behind the scenes.
Apple's developer conference often unveils a number of product announcements, with a general focus on software. What should we expect to see this June when Apple chief executive Tim Cook and others take to the stage in California? Here's what we think.
We have just received word that BlackBerry Live attendees next month will get a brand-new Z10 to call their own. And by that time, Skype may be available for the Z10.
This article spotlights features in both Surface models that are better, more innovative, and potentially more game changing than their counterparts on the iPad.
Last week, Gartner released a report that had tech bloggers falling over themselves to declare Microsoft obsolete and the PC dead. Two problems. First, it's Gartner. And second, a closer look at the data paints a surprisingly rosy picture for Microsoft.
The Japanese technology firm may be considering a sell-off of its mobile phone unit to Lenovo or others, reports suggest, amid declining sales targets and financial troubles.
Mike Lazaridis, the legendary businessman that founded the former Research in Motion, will retire, the company announced this morning.
BlackBerry's earnings were better than expected, but still a mixed bag. Here are 10 points of interest chief executive Thorsten Heins made on the call that followed.
The QNX operating system that runs at the core of BlackBerry 10 devices can run Android applications. But does that undermine native development for the aspiring smartphone platform?
One of BlackBerry's former CEOs, along with its ex-COO, have teamed up in a bid to make the company's hometown the Silicon Valley of quantum information science.
Samsung will launch its Galaxy S4 smartphone next month in New York as it eyes the enterprise market via BYOD.
In a mobile security challenged world, Blackberry 10 might be just the ticket we've all been waiting for. Could it be that RIM is back in the game? Could be.
The smartphone maker's former co-chief executive has dumped all his stock in the company, suggesting he has no confidence in the firm.
Nine months on, the two former phone and smartphone behemoths are still holding on to the smartphone cliff, hoping not to fall into the mobile market tar pits. What's changed, and can the two still survive? From what we've seen, only one company can—but not because of the other.
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.
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