Popular BlackBerry Articles for 2010
The BlackBerry Curve 8530 is the latest in this popular line of smartphones. The new model offers a redesigned look, Wi-Fi, and other consumer-oriented features. Shaun Mahal brings us his[...]
The BlackBerry Bold 9650 is a high-end smartphone that is the successor to the BlackBerry Tour. Shaun Mahal brings us a review of a model offers a wide range of[...]
Flash memory device maker SanDisk has released a 32 GB microSD card, which currently is the highest capacity removable memory card available for smartphones and other mobile devices.
The BlackBerry Curve 3G is an inexpensive consumer-oriented smartphone that uses the typical BlackBerry design and sports 3G wireless networking, Wi-Fi, and GPS. Shaun Mahal brings us this review.
Today is the official unveiling of BlackBerry OS 6.0, and RIM has announced the short list of smartphones that will be getting upgrades. The two most recent Bold models are[...]
The BlackBerry Torch is the smartphone expected to breath new life into this brand. The Torch is the first model from RIM with a touchscreen and a sliding keyboard, and[...]
The BlackBerry Curve 8530 is the latest in this popular line of smartphones. The new model offers a redesigned look, Wi-Fi, and other consumer-oriented features. Shaun Mahal brings us a[...]
Adobe said today that versions of its Flash player are headed for all of the major smartphone operating systems. When available, these will allow a wide range of mobile devices[...]
The BlackBerry Style is RIM's first smartphone with both a clamshell design and a QWERTY keyboard. Shaun Mahal brings us his review of this mid-range model, which is currently exclusively[...]
Adobe says it will release a beta of Flash Player 10.1 for smartphones running Google's Android OS in a few weeks. This will allow users to access websites that[...]
Many households today are sending their kids off to school with shiny new cell phones and wireless plans in hand. Choices around students' wireless phones can be much more complicated[...]
The BlackBerry Bold 9650, a high-end smartphone that is the successor to the BlackBerry Tour. Shaun Mahal brings us a review of the model that's expected to interest many Sprint[...]
Apple's iPhone 4 is the most reliable of all major smartphones in normal use, yet it's also the phone most likely to break when dropped by a user, according to[...]
Verizon has started a new program aimed at letting customers dispose of a phone in an environmentally sound way while also benefiting community programs and giving credit toward a new[...]
AT&T made significant changes to its data plans today, cutting the cost it requires smartphone users to pay for service, but also getting rid of the popular unlimited plan.
The BlackBerry Bold 9800 has yet to be announced, but details on this model have been leaking out for some time, showing that it will be the first BlackBerry with[...]
The Toktumi Line2 BlackBerry app lets you add or port a second phone line to your mobile handset. Is this functionality for real, or too good to be true? We[...]
Quickoffice eOffice 4.6 for BlackBerry is intended to be the next best thing to Microsoft Office on your smartphone. Does it meet that standard, or fall short? Shaun Mahal breaks[...]
This weekend, AT&T is going to be offering special prices for many of its smartphones. This carrier has posted some "teaser" details on its upcoming sales, but has not yet[...]
A listing of phones on their way to Sprint has appeared on the Web. This includes an HTC model with the 4G standard WiMAX, the recently-revealed BlackBerry Tour2, a mysterious[...]