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  • 10 things BlackBerry Z10 does that iPhone can't

    This post is in no way saying the BlackBerry Z10 is "better" than the iPhone, but here's a list of 10 BlackBerry Z10 features that you will not find in any iPhone.

    Written by Al Sacco04 April 13 08:13
  • BlackBerry Z10 tips, tricks and shortcuts

    The first BlackBerry 10 smartphone, the BlackBerry Z10, is currently available in select markets across the globe, and it's expected to be released in most of the major mobile markets, including the United States, by the end of March.

    Written by Al Sacco06 Feb. 13 20:21
  • New camera war brewing in the smartphone market

    HTC and Nokia are preparing to go head-to-head with new cameras on upcoming smartphones, as they hope to steal market share from Apple and Samsung Electronics.

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs06 Feb. 13 18:23
  • First look: BlackBerry Z10

    BlackBerry's latest flagship smartphone, the Z10, won't hit Australian shelves until March, but we were given some hands-on time with a pre-release unit. Here's our first impressions.

    Written by Ross Catanzariti05 Feb. 13 08:54
  • Opinion: Blackberry 10 launch reaffirms that this is BlackBerry's year

    Yes, BlackBerry's smartphone market share is small, but it's bigger that Apple's was when it launched the iPhone, and BlackBerry has commitments from carriers. Rob Enderle says BlackBerry's rebranding and its laser-like focus on just two new devices, the Z10 and Q10 phones, position the firm to have a good 2013.

    Written by Rob Enderle01 Feb. 13 16:28
  • BlackBerry delivers, but tough battle looms

    The newly rechristened BlackBerry has delivered on its promise to breathe new life into its aging, iconic product line for diehard fans, but faces an uphill battle against the iPhone and devices based on Google's Android operating system.

    Written by Marc Ferranti30 Jan. 13 19:56
  • Mobile Payments Are Just a Text Message Away

    Barclays Bank puts a personal spin on mobile payments with a person-to-person mobile app that lets customers send and receive payments via text messages between iPhone, Android and Blackberry mobile phones.

    Written by Lauren Brousell29 Oct. 12 17:54
  • RIM still has fans among developers and administrators

    Research In Motion continues to struggle as it works to finish the BlackBerry 10 operating system, but the audience at the London edition of the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour developer event still thinks the company can play an important role in the enterprise.

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs23 Oct. 12 17:38
  • 2011's biggest security snafus

    Perhaps it was an omen of what was to come when the city of San Francisco on New Year's Eve 2010 couldn't get a backup system running in its Emergency Operations Center because no one knew the password.

    Written by Ellen Messmer02 Dec. 11 06:27
  • Has RIM's BlackBerry had its day in the enterprise?

    They were once ubiquitous in the workplace, as much a symbol of executive status as the gold standard in enterprise mobile communications. Research in Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry devices held all the corporate aces and with unrivalled high-end security features, their appeal to and grip on the enterprise sector seemed impregnable.

    Written by Mark Phillips16 Aug. 11 08:36
  • Mobile technologies ring in change

    When it comes to getting closer to your customers, Ryan Klose says nothing beats mobile technology. As chief information officer for Australia at the global wine and spirits group, Pernod Ricard, Klose is getting applications for Blackberries and iPhones into the hands of sales representatives, major customers, winemakers and consumers. And it seems to be working.

    Written by Brad Howarth17 June 10 09:18
  • The Latest BlackBerry Spyware Scare: Don't Worry, Yet

    Here we go again. Another BlackBerry security scare, in which some "noble" researcher explains to all of us blissfully-unaware BlackBerry users that our precious devices aren't nearly as safe as we think they are.

    Written by Al Sacco11 Feb. 10 06:07
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