If all you know is past Blackberries, you'll find the Torch's OS snazzy, modern and sexy. But for iPhone and Android users, it'll be a step back.
The MTV Video Music Awards always brings a ton of excitement to its chosen host city and this year was no exception.
There is need for independent ways to find banks and -- more important -- ask consumer choice questions about how they rate compared to their neighbors. Now you can do it on a handheld.
Is that screen and keyboard often in your hand the greatest personal and professional tool ever, or is it the devil's device, insidiously sucking the time out of your life and the life out of your soul?
If you've spent any time in a coffee shop lately, you've no doubt noticed the following phenomena: 1) Despite our best public health efforts, whipped ...
Here are just a few of the news stories involving the president and his family over the course of the summer: • In June the president assured the ...
While countless Blackberry users in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are distraught about an expected October ban on applications supporting emails, messaging and Internet browsing, others in the Arab region are already considering Plan B.
Nothing turns out a party better than giving away free BlackBerrys.
Despite increases in both the overall mobile market, Apple's smart phone shipments are showing a negative growth trend.
Is the Torch an iPhone killer? Not exactly. Instead it is more like a reward for the legions of users who cherish the bottom line functionality and performance of the Blackberry.
Next time you get the urge to use a keypad instead of your voice, try switching it up a little. I don't know about you but I definitely don't want to keep expressing my emotions with emoticons.
One might expect an analysis of how feasible it is to live a healthy life without a mobile device, but this column isn't an attempt to be smart. The fact is, when it comes to cell phones, I am deeply afraid.
For nearly a week now, it really seemed like nothing else mattered! Headline news every where, emails, phone conversation and public debates! I am of course referring to the recent 'Blackberry' crises that swept the world.
Despite the immediate satisfaction afforded by our zesty, lusty high-tech trysts, we must not forget that every affair has its consequences.
I love nothing more than when a prospective male has an iPhone. As much I am a slave to my blueberry, I realize that a I need to draw the line, right in the BBM sand.
U.S. authorities have the ability to tap communications made from BlackBerry devices, which is the same surveillance that The UAE and Saudi Arabia are requesting.