- News tagged "blackberry 10"
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
Research in Motion (RIM)'s first BlackBerry 10 phone will be called Z10, and will come in black and white variants.
Tuesday, 11 Dec 2012
RIM has already started teasing one of the two upcoming smartphones on its official website, slightly over a month before its scheduled launch on January 30th next year.
Friday, 30 Nov 2012
Formerly known as BlackBerry App World, the storefront will henceforth be called BlackBerry World. Name change aside, the more exciting addition is the ability for users to purchase movies, music and other digital content.
RIM has announced the availability of the Dev Alpha C device, one that comes with a physical QWERTY keyboard, for developers. To further complement a robust developer environment, the final BlackBerry 10 Gold SDK will be available for download on 11 December, ahead of its official launch.
The recently announced BBM 7.0 has been available in beta for a little after two weeks and RIM's Vice President of Product Strategy, T.A. McCann sheds more light about its Voice Chat feature during BlackBerry Jam Asia.
Thursday, 15 Nov 2012
Despite the late arrival of BlackBerry 10, Research in Motion (RIM) CEO Thorsten Heins firmly believes that the mobile operating system will be a success.
Monday, 1 Oct 2012
While we have gotten several photo leaks of RIM's BB10 L-series devices, its N-series keyboard-armed cousin was nowhere to be seen. Thankfully, images have finally surfaced, specifically leaked screenshots from an internal RIM video.
Friday, 17 Aug 2012
After obtaining feedback from the developer community, Research in Motion decides to standardize the screen resolution for its upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices.
Thursday, 2 Aug 2012
RIM CEO spoke to The Telegraph about how the company could go about licensing its upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform to other phone manufacturers.
A render of a new mysterious BlackBerry device, "Dev Alpha B", was accidentally put up on RIM's developer website for a short while before being removed. As usual, an attentive user caught wind of it and decided to ask the guys at @BlackBerryDev on Twitter about it.