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.
This is an optimum time to be a smart phone consumer/user, for the competition in this field is red hot and the technology is excellent.
Research in Motion unveiled its new BlackBerry today, BlackBerry Torch, which features a touchscreen as well as a slide-out keyboard and lots of other cool features.
A few weeks ago, the big news in the smartphone world was that Apple set the world right by fixing the phone's dysfunctional antenna for free. This week, we're hearing from the other camps.
Today, Research In Motion launched the BlackBerry Torch 9800 on AT&T. The BlackBerry Torch is RIM's first slider smartphone, joining the ranks of the DROID on Verizon and the MyTouch 3G Slide on T-Mobile.
It appears to be official. Apple's iPhone is no longer the fastest growing smart phone in the world's largest and most important smart phone market.
Only 42 percent of BlackBerry owners said they would buy another RIM phone. Where will the defectors go?
At a cost of only $1,500 anyone can own an eavesdropping cell phone antenna. If you're worried, upgrade to a 3G phone -- the security is much better and way harder to hack.
Viewdle, the visual recognition software company with origins in the Soviet military, has received a venture round from the RIM's ...