40 Per Cent of BB10's Apps are "Wrapped" Android Conversions

RimBerry's happy statement that the new BB10 phones are launching with 70,000 bespoke apps was a bit of a white lie, with one of the company's own men admitting that up to 40 per cent of these are frantic Android port jobs. Read More >>

Everything You Need to Know About the New BlackBerrys

Last night the world held its collective breath as RIM BlackBerry took its sweet arse time trotting out the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 and amidst all the shenanigans, the company formerly known as RIM managed to show off a few notable new BB10 features, too. In case you missed all the live coverage last night, you can find everything and anything related to BlackBerry 10 below. Read More >>

BlackBerry's Most Important Phone Isn't Its Flagship

BlackBerry announced two phones today, but it's clear which is the favourite son. The Z10 looks like a winner; it's got brains and body enough to face the iPhones and Galaxy S IIIs of the world head-on. It's got a release date and a price. It's a phone any company would be proud to call a flagship. In fact, its only downside is that it's totally irrelevant. Whoops! Read More >>

BlackBerry Q10 Hands On: We Missed You, QWERTY

The BlackBerry Z10 might be the prom queen of the BB10 launch, but the Q10 and its physical keyboard is what a lot of people are actually waiting for. "Will I still be able to have a BlackBerry like my BlackBerry after this?" Sure, just better. Read More >>

The BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 Are Finally Here: What Do You Think?

So, RIM is now just BlackBerry. BlackBerry 10 is finally here too, and we've been bestowed with not one, but two new BB10 handsets -- the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10. Even the PlayBook's getting in on the BB10 action. But what do you really think? Is this enough to save RIM BlackBerry? Or are we just staring down the barrel of another "Palm Pre moment"? Read More >>

Blackberry Q10: The Next Generation QWERTY Beast

BlackBerry's QWERTY handset for BlackBerry 10 is here. BlackBerry 10 does away with a lot of baggage that has been holding BlackBerry back, but the QWERTY keyboard is here to stay, and this slim, lightweight Q10 phone is its future. Read More >>


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