Blackberry has announced that it’s exploring options for selling the company, but who’s likely — or viable — to want the once-powerful smartphone maker?
Blackberry returns to its roots with a keyboard enabled smartphone. In 2013, is a keyboard enough?
The differences between the Blackberry Z10 and the Q10 aren’t what you could call subtle.
Blackberry’s first BB10 smartphone was the touchscreen only Z10, but it’s best known for its generally excellent keyboard phones. The first of those, the Blackberry Q10 will be available in Australia from the 1st of Read More …
Nokia and Blackberry sit in the interesting position of jostling for third place in the smartphone marketplace, although there’s no doubt they’d love to be higher. Will their new phones help them achieve that objective?
The past couple of months have seen a dizzying array of “hero” smartphones hit the Australian marketplace. They’re all around the same kinds of price points outright or on contract, so which one should you Read More …
The internet is alight with criticism of Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins’ comments regarding tablets as a “fad”, with plenty of scorn. The thing is, I’m not entirely sure that he’s entirely wrong.