The BlackBerry PlayBook has finally landed in Singapore. This evening, Research in Motion announced the launch of the long-awaited tablet device equipped with dual core processor and capable of multi-processing and multi-tasking. Expect to see the PlayBook in stores soon.
Don't be surprised if your newly purchased BlackBerry devices are loaded with Microsoft Bing as the default search engine. Well, that is only because Research in Motion and Microsoft have recently announced the collaboration to bring the search engine to the BlackBerry platform.
Remember the rumours made some time back about RIM's upcoming tablet being able to run both its own apps alongside that of Android's, even though it uses a different operating system? Well, it turns out that the rumours were true after all: the PlayBook will indeed come with such functionality built into the BlackBerry Tablet
Are you a big fan of RIM’s BlackBerry Messenger, but have a change of heart lately? No worries, we just learned that RIM is planning to bring its famous BlackBerry Messenger app to Android and iOS devices.
HP Palm TouchPad was announced at the recent "A New HP World" event in Shanghai, and with Research in Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook launching next month, it seems that both tablet devices have some things in common.
Black has always been the standard color for BlackBerry mobile devices (well, it is Black-Berry, duh). But there are occasions whereby Research in Motion (RIM), the company who manufactures BlackBerry, come up with other colors like the white BlackBerry Bold 9700. Today, RIM has announced a red and white version for their BlackBerry Torch 9800.
At Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, Research in Motion has announced two models 4G PlayBook models that support LTE and HSPA+ networks. On top of that, the company has also announced a new BlackBerry Travel App that lets you plan, book, manage and share travel activities easily.
BlackBerry does not have many full touchscreen devices, as they are more known for their QWERTY keyboard for messaging. However, it looks like a sleek touchscreen device has been leaked and is called the BlackBerry Monaco Touch.
Yes, you read right. The long awaited tablet from RIM, the Playbook, may be able to run applications for Android. How is that possible? More details inside.
With thousands of apps available on the BlackBerry App World, what are some good apps to download and use for your BlackBerry device? In this feature, we checked out some highly recommended ones, both free and paid, which we think you should get. And no, we aren’t talking about the common Facebook or Opera Mini apps which you may have
If you are a frequent traveller to Indonesia and rely on your BlackBerry handset to communicate with friends/ relatives in Indonesia, you may want to look around for an alternative. More details inside.
Tired of having too many different chargers for your various mobile devices? Well then, the European Commission has announced plans to adopt the Micro-USB port as a universal charging medium for all smartphones sold in Europe starting 2011.
The BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 smartphone is the first Curve series device to support 3G. The 9300 although targeted at the budget-conscious, sports excellent messaging and push mail, as well as multimedia and social networking features. VR-Zone.com checks out the new BlackBerry to see how good it really is.
Some time back, we posted a news piece describing Research In Motion’s plans upcoming tablet device, which was known then by the tentative name of ‘BlackPad’. And RIM’s recent announcement has confirmed the existence of such a device, albeit with a caveat: it will not be called the BlackPad. Instead, it will go by the
The BlackBerry Developer Conference is happening next week in San Francisco, and many speculate that the company may be announcing the rumored BlackBerry Tablet, which is intended to compete with the Apple iPad.
This morning, Research in Motion announced the BlackBerry Curve 3G in Singapore. The new smartphone features a full QWERTY keyboard, optical trackpad for easy navigation, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi and dedicated media keys. Its going to be available soon from all three local telcos.
The wait is finally over for BlackBerry users who have been asking for the paid apps on their devices. According to Research in Motion, the new BlackBerry App World 2.0 is available from today and paid apps will be available.
Far from giving in to demands from other countries about access to its encrypted data, Research In Motion (RIM) has published its own set of guidelines on what constitutes ‘lawful access purposes’ governments can seek. The question is, will government bodies approve of RIM’s guidelines, or insist upon their own standards?
Motorola has announced the QUENCH XT3 smartphone, designed with performance, ease of use, in a stylish body. However, this is only good news for M1 subscribers as the phone is exclusive to the mobile operator. The QUENCH XT3 is going to be available this weekend. Read on for the news release.
Research In motion has announced their BlackBerry 6 OS which provides better performance and ease of use for the consumers. According to the maker, the new OS will debut on the new BlackBerry Torch smartphone announced today. However, this is only available in US, though it should be available to Asia soon.