Smartphones, Phablets, And Tablets: Which Screen Wins And What's The Difference?
Technology companies are scrambling to figure out the best size display consumers will want to interact with. We've got smartphones, phablets, small tablets, and large tablets to choose from. The race is on to find the perfect size display.
5-Inch BlackBerry 10 Devices In The Works: Do We Need Them?
BlackBerry may soon launch 5-inch smartphones in the near future.
BlackBerry Launching BB10 5-Inch Phablet?
Sales of the BlackBerry Z10 are doing better than most analysts expected and the company reportedly has plans to follow up with a 5-inch ‘Z10-like’ phablet.
BlackBerry Beats iPhone, Android In Consumer Poll
Research poll results indicate that BlackBerry is the least desired smartphone on the market.
BlackBerry Z10: Customer Returns Outnumber Sales
Per a WSJ report, the BB Z10 is seeing a higher return rate than sales.
Rogers First To Offer BlackBerry Q10, TELUS And Fido To Follow
After Rogers, both TELUS and Fido are set to offer the BlackBerry Q10 phone in Canada
BlackBerry 10 OS To Get 10.1 Update In April
BlackBerry will push out the version 10.1 software update to its smartphone in April.
BlackBerry Z10 Coming To Mobilicity On April 11
BlackBerry Z10 now available in Canada via Mobilicity at a price tag of $599.99.
BlackBerry Q10 Costs More Than Z10 And iPhone 5, Pre-Order If You Want One
BlackBerry Q10 ready to pre-order in the UK at a price tag of £499.95: higher than the iPhone 5 and the BlackBerry Z10.
BlackBerry Z10: Top 5 Tips And Tricks
Follow these tips to make the most of your BlackBerry Z10 smartphone.
BlackBerry Roadmap Leaked: Tablet And Phablet In The Pipeline
BlackBerry's leaked roadmap for 2013 reveals that the company is planning for more devices for 2013.
Windows Phone Smartphones Outselling iPhone And BlackBerry In Several Markets
Microsoft discloses Windows Phone smartphones are outselling iPhone and BlackBerry in some markets.
BlackBerry CEO Announces Better Flagship BlackBerry 10 Smartphone For Holidays, Could Kill His Job And Sales
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins makes a critical mistake that could have devastating effects on his company.