Home Depot, one of the U.S largest home improvement retailers, have confirmed that they will be parting ways with their BlackBerry devices and moving to iPhones. A spokesman for the retailer confirmed to Appleinsider that the home improvement retailer would be replacing some 10,000
Joy of Tech, known for their humorous tech related comics, is poking at BlackBerry again. This time around, the comic writers take a jab at the idea if past users will want to come back to BlackBerry now that the new BlackBerry 10 smartphones have been announced. The BlackBerry
Official OS 220.127.116.116 has reached the BlackBerry Bold 9000, Curve 8900 & Curve 8520 on AXIS Indonesia. One would hope you'll upgrade to a newer device soon, but get out that USB cord and give your a device a fresh OS for now. Don't forget to drop a comment below and let us know how it's working out for you!
Official OS 18.104.22.1681 has been released for the Bold 9900 from Telecom New Zealand. If you have a Bold 9900 its time once again to get out that USB cord and give your device a fresh OS. And as always, please remember to let us know about any findings/fixes in the comments below.
It's becoming almost a daily occurrence to see another prominent case manufacturer throw its hat into the world of BlackBerry Z10. We've seen Incipio, iSkin & CaseMate announce their lines of cases within the last few days.
Today, we received a tip that Ballistic Case will be releasing their Shell Gel SG Series
Rogers seems to be pulling out all the stops with the customer-centric announcements today. Rogers has recently uncovered that 99% of their subscribers that travel briefly to the United States tend to use less than 50MB of data during a 24 hour period.
That's why when spring rolls around this year, Rogers will be unveiling a new $7.99 United States pay-per-use roaming fee, which will provide you those 50MB of data during a 24 hour period.
One of the biggest downsides to the wireless industry in Canada is the hassle you need to endure to unlock your smartphone for use on a different carrier. Until recently, if you purchased a new smartphone on contract your carrier would not provide you the coveted unlock code until you completed your full term contract.
The ways to successfully promote a product launch are endless. BlackBerry has done many successful launches in the past & they seem to always know that one "special" promotion that will get their brand that much needed publicity.
BlackBerry has taken the opportunity to partner with Air Canada to launch the Blackberry Keep Moving
It appears that the cat is out of the bag as Skype have let slip about their plans for a BlackBerry 10 version of Skype. Despite the rallying cries of having Skype and others on board and committed to BlackBerry 10, there's a small detail that nobody was sharing.
As BlackBerry is venturing into the future of mobile computing, they are set on becoming the best company around to make that goal a reality. BlackBerry today announced that they have added two new members to their executive board. Former Verizon Executive, Richard Lynch and Former Sony
A great sign that a product launch is being taken seriously is to see many high-profile accessories manufacturers involved in providing content from day one. We've received word today from Incipio that they will be launching 5 distinct cases for the BlackBerry Z10, in several different colors.
Here is a nice little video that BlackBerry has just published on their YouTube account. CBS Sports' Live from Jackson Square has two fans square off to capture the best, most uniquely New Orleans picture using the new StoryMaker app on BlackBerry Z10 smartphones. Definitely and nice marketing ploy