Back in February, BlackBerry launched its first BlackBerry 10 smartphone the Z10 in India, which was an all-touch device. It did relatively well, but BlackBerry introduced limited units in the market, but for the BlackBerry faithful who desired a hardware QWERTY keyboard, it was not exactly the perfect solution. Now it seems like BlackBerry is gearing up to launch the Q10 which features a full QWERTY keyboard in India as online vendors have put the device up for pre-order. (more…)Google+
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BlackBerry Z10 has worked liked a breath of fresh air for the Canadian company selling a million devices since its launch back in January. Now the folks at @BB10leaks have posted a set of screenshots from a presentation showing a sort of roadmap for all the products BlackBerry plans to launch this year. (more…)Google+
Since its launch last month, BlackBerry Z10 users have been eagerly waiting to use WhatsApp on their devices. We had previously reported that WhatsApp would launch sometime in March and now it has finally arrived for the BlackBerry 10 OS. (more…)Google+
BlackBerry has launched the much-awaited Z10 in India, the first smartphone to run on the company’s latest BlackBerry 10 platform. The BlackBerry Z10 features a 4.2-inch 1280×768 pixel display, a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon Krait processor from Qualcomm, 2GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel rear camera with 1080p recording and a 2-megapixel camera on the front that can shoot videos in 720p resolution. It also has a microSD card slot and NFC chip too. (more…)Google+
One of the world’s most popular mobile IM clients, WhatsApp, is coming to BlackBerry 10 operating system in March. WhatsApp’s Neeraj Arora revealed the launch timeline on Twitter while responding to queries from BlackBerry 10 (BB10) users. (more…)Google+
BlackBerry, formerly RIM, is set to launch its first BlackBerry 10 (BB10) smartphone in India later this month. India is one of the few countries where the BlackBerry Z10 is being launched in the first wave, even before the US where it is expected to be launched sometime in March. This is the first major product launch by BlackBerry in almost two years and in a way the company’s betting its future on it. I believe that BlackBerry 10 has a better chance of succeeding in India than Windows Phone, purely i...
Research In Motion (RIM) today announced that its renamed BlackBerry World store will feature movies and music content from most of the leading publishers and labels. While movie download and rentals will only be available in the US, UK and Canada, RIM will offer its music store in 18 countries, including India. (more…)Google+
With the launch of BlackBerry 10 and the first smartphone running the new platform less than 48 hours away, new details are emerging. According to the latest leak, the BlackBerry Z10 will be available on sale with Vodafone in the UK as soon as RIM unveils the device on January 30, The Verge reports. While RIM would launch the Z10 in India only in February, the leaked document provides some additional details and confirms some that we already knew. (more…)Google+
On January 30, Research In Motion (RIM) will launch the most important update to its BlackBerry platform probably after the launch of the first BlackBerry itself. The Waterloo, Ontario-based company found itself lacking for answers with companies like Apple and Google encroaching its space. RIM hopes its BlackBerry 10 platform will help it reinvent the smartphone as well as the company’s future. BlackBerry 10 is based on QNX, the in-car entertainment operating system that RIM bought in April, 2009. The ...
Research In Motion (RIM) is planning to launch its first BlackBerry 10 smartphone, the Z10 in India in February after unveiling it globally on January 30. This makes India as one of the first countries where a BlackBerry 10 smartphone will be launched. “Globally, we will announce BB10 on January 30. Within two or three weeks, I expect it to come to India. Initially, there will be one device, the flagship model with full touchscreen,” RIM’s India managing director, Sunil Dutt told ToI. (more&...
RIM today announced that the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) is available for government and corporate clients. BES10 is a device management system that lets clients support both corporate and employee owned devices and provides a single platform to manage BlackBerry, Android and Apple’s iOS-based devices. (more…)Google+
Anything that can be leaked about RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry 10 (BB10) smartphones and operating system that could be leaked before its January 30 launch had been leaked or so we thought. Until our friends from BGR Classic got hold of a 100 screenshots of the upcoming platform that can either make or break RIM. (more…)Google+