BlackBerry (formerly RIM) has traditionally enjoyed success in the enterprise with its secure operating system and business-friendly handsets. BlackBerry's beachhead remains the enterprise, but it faces emerging threats from a bevy of rival devices. Can BlackBerry devices inspire gadget lust in the enterprise and consumer markets?
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The first flagship BlackBerry 10 phone contains a "critical" bug that could allow hackers to crack open the device and pilfer files and data.
BlackBerry Enterprise Service got a big upgrade to version 10.1 this week and BlackBerry has also quietly launched BES as a cloud service.
When software updates come regularly, the need for new smartphone hardware diminishes. Have smartphones lost their juice?
The BlackBerry Q10 is available now on T-Mobile and is coming soon to other carriers. It's a fantastic QWERTY device and continues the BlackBerry tradition with the latest OS.
BlackBerry could launch a higher-specced successor to the Z10 by November, according to reports.
Third facility for software developers and training has opened its doors in Johannesburg, aiming to forge contacts with local startups and nearby universities.
Mobile software updates lend a hand to vehicles.
Android, iOS, WP8 and BB10 apps include UNO & Friends, LevelUp, 1Password, Scout, Zinio, Untappd, NHL GameCenter, and Password Keeper.
The service designed to help you "remember everything" suffered a security breach in March. Now, three new security features seek to ensure the privacy of users' data.
The four mobile OS-specific sites of the Mobile Nations group are kicking off a new event to engage readers in the discussion of 10 mobile-related topics.
The Defense Dept. recently approved iOS 6 devices as fit for DoD work and wants a multiplatform mobile management in place by early next year for Android, Apple and Blackberry solutions.
Android, iOS, WP8 and BB10 apps include Android Central, Tetris Blitz, Evernote, Fast and Furious 6, Itsdagram, Man of Steel, Vivino, and Endomondo.
In a bid to drive sales, the phonemaker is expanding a successful marketing campaign where it held demonstrations in cafes where customers proved to be more receptive than expected.
Google I/O was held last week and while no new hardware was announced, we did see many service launches and improvements that make Google a compelling choice.
As summer approaches and we start to think about getting out and about, I took a look at apps related to travel, sports, and the new Google I/O launches.