BlackBerry has been all about the applications as of late, it seems to have paid off for two ducklings trapped in a storm drain in BlackBerry’s home country that were saved using an application on the company’s new BlackBerry Z10.
BlackBerry 10 has come a long way since being launched almost three months ago, the numbers of applications available on the platform has grown significantly as well as big titles such as WhatsApp and now Skype has joined in on the fun.
Roughly 18 months after launching BBM Music, BlackBerry is killing off the social music service and referring users to one of their competitors. From June the company will no longer allow users their 50 song playlist to share with friends over the company’s BBM instant messaging service.
BlackBerry today released their sales figures from the first quarter of the year and although it’s still not up to scratch, it surely is a step in the right direction.
Eric Schmidt, Google’s Chairman and former CEO, has outed his love for BlackBerry smart phones, in particular the hardware keyboards that they’re famous for, in an interview with Britain’s The Guardian.
Close to two months after launching, the BlackBerry Z10 is finally reaching US shores, AT&T confirmed for a March 22 launch, T-Mobile for a March 26 launch, but Best Buy seems to have decided to jump the gun and release the BlackBerry Z10 two days early.
BlackBerry has always been known for their keyboard-clad devices and when whispers of BlackBerry 10, then rumoured as BBX, first emerged, the question on everyone’s minds was whether or not there would be a device with a keyboard in the line-up. When BlackBerry 10 was announced, the BlackBerry Z10 was everywhere to be seen and…
Ever since BlackBerry launched BlackBerry 10, users have been eagerly awaiting the WhatsApp cross-platform messaging app. Last year WhatsApp made it clear that they had no plans for a BlackBerry 10 app, but BlackBerry was quick to convince them otherwise, and now, nearly two months after launch, users are finally getting a taste for WhatsApp…
BlackBerry did the impossible, despite losing most of their value and market share, they held on long enough to launch a comeback, but all may not be well in Waterloo, recent price cuts in Europe have suggested that sales are sluggish and demand is weak, a takeover may just be imminent.