Research In Motion (RIM), now known as BlackBerry, has launched its highly anticipated BlackBerry 10 operating system, along with two new smartphones, the BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10.
Google's latest data shows that usage of Android, ‘Jellybean’ has broken the 10% mark for the first time in six months. Android’s most popular version, 2.3, Gingerbread has dropped below 50%.
The Linux-based operating system Ubuntu is heading to smartphones, adding yet another rival to an already tightly-packed arena.
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has indicated that it will be testing BlackBerry 10 devices next year, signalling a potential restoration of government confidence in RIM's platform.
One of Blackberry's main focuses is security. The RIM servers are just about the most secure in the world for good reason, most companies use the BIS severs for data transmission. BlackBerry 10 seems to be increasing their security stand by disallowing 106 of the most common passwords, some of them may surprise you.
In the slow but steady news it would seem that Windows 8 is on the road to proving Valve's Gabe Newell wrong as the Windows 8 numbers blow past the aggregated numbers for OS X, and it's rising.
Julie Larson-Green may not be a name most would recognize off hand, but she is surely a significant part of the millions of households around the globe that use a PC running Windows.
Research In Motion (RIM) is finally ready to put BlackBerry back on the map with the launch of BlackBerry 10 on 30 January at events throughout the world, with the first two devices powered by the revamped mobile operating system slated to be unveiled that day.
With Windows 8 less than a week away from launch, a group of 14 "typical users" took part in a UK test and reported that the new UI was less than simple to use.
The European Union has just charged Microsoft for not giving it's users a choice of browser in Windows 7
Microsoft has sent out a series of cryptic invitations to an event in New York City on October 25th, celebrating the long anticipated upcoming installment of their operating system – Windows 8.
IBM is interested in buying the enterprise business of Research In Motion (RIM), the struggling maker of the BlackBerry, according to a number of sources.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
Apple has sold three million copies of OS X Mountain Lion, the latest release of the Mac operating system, in just four days.
Nokia is abandoning its Linux-based mobile software that was designed to compete with Google's Android platform, with sources blaming a move to cut costs for the decision.
As we move ever closer to the October release, the latest build number for Microsoft's Windows 8 RTM has been leaked onto the Internet.
Apple has released the latest version of OS X, dubbed Mountain Lion, for its Mac computer range, touting hundreds of new features.
Intel has confirmed that more than 20 Windows 8 tablets are on the way, which makes for a promising mobile device launch for Microsoft's next version of its popular operating system.
During the Farnborough International Airshow 2012, Qatar Airways demonstrated its latest airplane, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, for a technology site like VR-Zone we encountered something more interesting – the airplane entertainment system is powered by… Google Android.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 8 will release in October, with enterprise customers and hardware partners getting access as early as August.