A Research In Motion executive has confirmed the company is working on a BlackBerry device for Telstra's Next G network.
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As the iconic BlackBerry goes from strength to strength in subscriber numbers, so do the threats to the device and the business model.Would you want to be the head of RIM right now?
Telstra has now added the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer to its roster of Next G device suppliers, as it tries to encourage users to switch from CDMA.The Nokia 6120 smartphone -- the first Nokia device to launch on the Next G network -- has a two megapixel camera, video calling functionality and an MP3 player.
BlackBerry Curve 8300(Click for larger image) BlackBerry has brought its latest consumer focused offering to Australia -- but don't expect an iPhone-style touchscreen input anytime soon.The newest addition to the BlackBerry "prosumer" push is the Curve, a follow-up to last year's Pearl.
The first BlackBerry 10 device, the Z10, will go on sale in the UK from Thursday; operators including Vodafone and O2 have released pricing.
Most mobile services which are peddled as the "next big thing" have been around for donkey's years, while operators and handset manufacturers try to find a reason to convince consumers to actually pay for them. GPS looks to be going down the same road.
Lenovo has put some air between it and speculation that it is interesting in acquiring RIM, suggesting that it's open to all suggestions for takeover targets.
Smart phones using older RIM software are open to remote rebooting, but the flaw's not as bad as first reported.