Popular BlackBerry Articles for 2005
Rumors have been rampant about a Motorola Smartphone in the RAZR form factor designed to take on the Treo 650 and BlackBerry devices head on. Well it's official now, the[...]
False unlock codes for Treo 650 circulating Carly Fiorina removed as HP CEO MDA IV may be quad-band WiFi enabled Blackberry, sans cellular
The Motorola Q is a Windows Mobile device clearly intended to take sales away from the Treo and BlackBerry.
One of the leading retailers of mobile software says there are a number of trends that indicate that third-party applications for BlackBerry wireless handhelds have reached the point at which[...]
According to rumor, Cingular is going to be the next wireless carrier to offer a version of RIM's first smartphone.
The long-running lawsuit between Research In Motion (RIM) and NTP has finally come to an end. RIM gets a perpetual license to the disputed patents, but has to pay a[...]
Danger, who makes the Sidekick, a young-adult version of the BlackBerry, is looking to grow by adding new hardware partners, entering global markets and possibly even offering an IPO by[...]
The latest BlackBerry handheld will be the first model from RIM to use an Intel processor, and the first to support EDGE wireless networking.
High Tech Computer plans to begin bundling RIM's push email serive on many of the Windows Mobile handhelds and smartphones it designs.
Handango has unveiled Ringphonic, a robust ringtone jukebox for BlackBerry devices.
Research in Motion has reported its first unprofitable quarter in a very long time. However, this was caused by the settlement of its lawsuit with NTP, not because the company[...]
Report: HTC prepping 4 GB PPC phone Rumor: RIM considering Palm buyout Gartner predicts record year for PDA sales
Bell Canada has posted details about the latest RIM handheld on their site, prematurely releasing details on the BlackBerry 7130e. This unit is similar to the 7100 series in design,[...]
Information leaking out of Research In Motion indicates that this company is preparing to release its most important new product since the debut of the first BlackBerry smartphone last year.
A version of RIM's BlackBerry smartphone will be available in the United Kingdom later this month from O2.
Surging sales of Research in Motion's BlackBerry models pushed the handheld market to the best first quarter it has ever had.
Cingular Wireless has become the next wireless carrier to offer a version of the BlackBerry 7100, the first smartphone from Research in Motion.
The BlackBerry 7250 is now available from Sprint PCS. This is the first Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry to be offered by this carrier.
Both America Online and Yahoo! have announced that their instant messaging clients will soon be available to users of BlackBerry wireless handhelds.
People who book a qualifying flight on United Airlines and sign up for T-Mobile wireless service can get a free BlackBerry cellular-wireless handheld.