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The Dev Alpha Phone and Blackberry 10 Is the New Beginning of Next Generation Blackberry’s

  The last time any good news came from the likes of RIM it was a shift in upper management a new hero based social campaign and some renderings of the Blackberry London. While the social campaign may not have turned out as popular as RIM expected, the new CEO and the likes of a high ...

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The Blackberry London, a new CEO and Super Heros!

RIM and the cult classic Blackberry has made it back into the news recently and the topics surely overshadow any themes, ringtones or new apps you have been reading up on. While many in the mobile world are awaiting the death of RIM it seems that the company is still pushing with a new CEO, ...

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The Blackberry 10 QNX Experience Continues to Entice with the Milan

Remember the Blackberry? Those amazingly secure devices with the best keyboards and messaging services around? Well they are still kicking and getting better, even though you’re now using an iPhone. In the past few weeks it seems that Blackberry is attempting a fully fledged come back. When you take the Blackberries future QNX based operating ...

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The Blackberry QNX Revolution is under way with the London

Ahh the ever famous and heavily used Blackberry is facing an upgrade. Sometime last year the Canadian based smart phone maker made a huge leap of faith into their future by buying out the software genius over at QNX. Initially the anticipation of a RIM built QNX device made me shiver with excitement, we got ...

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Nokia Says No to Android

Stephen Elop, the new CEO at cell phone giant Nokia, has decided against using Android in his company’s smartphones and will instead continue to focus on MeeGo. Meego is Nokia’s Linux-based smartphone operating system that is still under development and is probably Nokia’s last best chance to reverse the massive market share hit that Android ...

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FIFA 2010 World Cup via BlackBerry

We have Hulu, Youtube, and dozens of other streaming video services available to satisfy all of our television desires. The actual television set is almost dead. Even computers might be joining the broken wasteland of CRT television sets that now fill our landfills in the near (okay, eventual) future. According to TopNews, a third of ...