Research In Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie said that, despite the current hype around netbooks, smartphones will end up ruling the day due to their pocketable design. The comments are notable as they
Less than two weeks after Research In Motion revealed it will make a second version of its BlackBerry Storm smartphone, pictures of the device have reportedly popped up on the all-things-BlackBerry
The smartphone space has become crowded. Apple, Google's Android platform, Research In Motion's BlackBerry OS, Microsoft's Windows Mobile platform and the Symbian OS are all competing for real estate
Google has launched a service to push Gmail and calendar items to the native client software on BlackBerry devices, stepping up the search giant's efforts in the enterprise market, IDG news service reports.
RIM's BlackBerry Curve overtook the iPhone 3G to become the top-selling smartphone in the US in Q1, researchers NPD Group said. RIM's market share grew by 15% to nearly 50% of the smartphone market, even as Apple's and Palm's share declined 10% each, NPD said.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion is developing a new version of its touchscreen Storm smartphone in a bid to drum up more interest in its gadgets among consumers, according to the company's co-CEO
The following is a countdown of the top five best-selling smartphones in the United States in the first quarter, according to research firm NPD Group.Click one of these thumbnails to get
Research In Motion may launch new BlackBerry devices next week at its Capital Markets Day in Orlando, Fla., in conjunction with its Wireless Enterprise Symposium event, according to a new report from
The following is a countdown of 2009's most valuable wireless brands, according to marketing research firm Millward Brown Optimor's annual BrandZ Top 100 list. Click one of these thumbnails to get
Verizon reported better than expected first quarter revenues and earnings, largely driven by its mobile joint venture with Vodafone, and is also rumored to be in talks with Apple about launching a CDMA iPhone. These reports come despite bids by AT&T to extend its US exclusive, and recent comments by Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg that it would wait until LTE to carry the Apple handset.