Brighthand's parent site TechnologyGuide has a report on the FAA reevaluating its requirements for electronic devices on board plane. Travellers may soon be able to use their smartphone or tablet the full length of a flight.
A video what is supposedly the N Series, part of RIM's upcoming BlackBerry 10 line, has leaked put for the first time. This handset will be part of the BlackBerry 10 line, which will play a large part in deciding RIM's future.
As the smartphone race heats up, the fight for first is commonly ranked in terms of operating system market share, with Google's Android OS and Apple's iOS taking the top spots in the U.S. However, a new study breaks those numbers down by carriers.
The BlackBerry L-Series Resurfaces today as another photo leaks. Unfortunately there is little to no information that accompanies the pair of photos, but one thing is for certain the new handset sure does look good.
Staying true to its word, T-Mobile has introduced a truly unlimited 4G data plan across the country, targeting consumers tired of paying for tiered data from larger carriers like Verizon and AT&T, by offering a plan with no data caps or throttling.
RIM's problems can come across like a soap opera. IBM might be BlackBerry's white night, or its final death knell.
AT&T and Verizon now allow multiple devices to share a single data plan, including smartphones and tablets. But which carrier has the better option?
Without giving any more details about its upcoming devices, Research in Motion has gone ahead and told developers what screen resolutions they can expect from smartphones running the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system.
Keynote Competitive Research shared results of its nationwide mobile user survey, revealing important insights depicting consumer mobile web experiences.
Verizon Wireless has announced the addition of Microsoft Office 365, a cloud-based office productivity suite, to its Small Business Essentials portfolio for SMBs.
Research in Motion, the company behind the once-popular BlackBerry, could possibly license the new BlackBerry 10 operating system to other manufacturers, such as Samsung or Sony, in an attempt to offset its recent financial troubles and compete with larger manufacturers.
Thanks to a ruling by the FCC, a large number of Verizon Wireless customers will once again be able to tether freely, without having to pay a monthly fee to the carrier for the privilege of using their phones as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
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