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.
If news about HP’s WePad and Lenovo’s recently-confirmed LePad has not been enough to get you interested in the developments going on in the tablet space, perhaps RIM’s rumoured ‘Blackpad’ would. And it is not just the name that is going to raise some eyebrows. Read on to find out more.
Looks like the market for tablets is getting hotter, whether from ebook readers like Amazon Kindle, or the latest Apple iPad. According to news sources, Research in Motion, maker of BlackBerry mobile devices, could be developing a tablet.
Need me to say anything more? Check out the official sneak peek video of BlackBerry 6 at WES 2010 brought to you by RIM.
RIM’s co-CEO Mike Lazardis have announced that the next BlackBerry platform – BlackBerry 6 will be available in the 3rd quarter this year.
Two new Blackberry phones are set to unveil – Blackberry 9650 for Sprint and Blackberry Pearl 3G for telcos in Canada.
The BlackBerry Bold 9000 was launched in August 2008, and a year later, the maker has come up with the new improved Bold 9700. And if black isn’t your favorite color, good news is, the white version of the Bold 9700 will be available end of April 2010.
Seems like Research in Motion (RIM) is making “Whiteberry” for users these days. The white version of the Blackberry Bold was announced in December last year (few weeks before Christmas) and today, the maker has announced the availability of the white Blackberry Bold 9700. If that is your favorite color, you can get it end of next
Good news for students and full-time National Servicemen (NSFs) in Singapore. SingTel has introduced their new lowest BlackBerry plans for the youths to keep them connected while on the go. The new plans will commence on 26 March with pricing as low as S$48.
The annual Mobile World Congress kicked off in Barcelona, Spain on 15th February with a huge turn out of mobile professionals who came from all over the world. The four-day event will see announcements from various companies including Google, Microsoft and Samsung.
The BlackBerry Storm 2 was launched in US and Europe in October last year, and today, Research in Motion (RIM) has announced the smartphone will be available in Singapore from February.
The wait is over. Today, Research in Motion (RIM) introduced the new Bold 9700 in Singapore which features a stylish and compact design, QWERTY keypad and a new touch-sensitive trackpad.
It could be because of the festive season that Research in Motion (RIM) has come up with a white version of the Blackberry Bold. If you can’t wait for the new Bold, or don’t like the black finish, maybe you can consider this white one instead. (In our minds, shouldn’t it be called a ‘Whiteberry’ then? Hmm.)
Today, Research in Motion has officially announced the launch of their BlackBerry App store in Singapore and Indonesia. Users can search and download huge range of free applications to their handset, including those built specifically for the region.
Adobe has rolled out their Flash Player 10.1 software for smartphones, smartbooks, netbooks, PCs and other Internet-connected devices. And Research In Motion (RIM) has announced the collaboration with Adobe to bring full Flash player to their BlackBerry mobile devices too.
Mac users who also own a BlackBerry can now sync data from their Mac to the handheld device with the new BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac. Best of all, the software is free for download and will be available from October 2 (1pm EDT).
Research in Motion (RIM) has introduced the new BlackBerry Curve 8520 smartphone which would be available in Singapore end of October. It touts itself as the first BlackBerry smartphone to feature dedicated media keys and touch-sensitive trackpad for great ease of use.
U2 fans with Blackberry smartphones can now enjoy a better album experience with the new U2 mobile application. You can easily access the content including photos, videos, interviews and even samples of the songs from the group.
Speculations have mentioned that the upcoming Blackberry 9550 is most possibly the Storm 2 and the specifications have been given a quick rundown.
Even though the BlackBerry Storm was announced since last year, the smartphone only arrives in Singapore today, officially. The local media was invited to the product launch and had a chance to hands-on the world’s first “clickable” touchscreen smartphone.