Take a look at last month's Top Ten list of smartphones!
Nearly half of featurephone subscribers who switched devices in April switched to a smartphone.
Although RIM is going through tough times, Verizon hasn't forgotten it used to be the top smartphone maker in the U.S. and it bringing out a new entry-level model from the company, the BlackBerry Curve 9310.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. Samsung's flagship smartphone did very well, and so did HTC's latest offerings.
Following the recent announcement that BlackBerry 10 is being delayed once again, inside sources have revealed that RIM is considering drastic plans of action, including teaming up with Microsoft or selling off its proprietary network.
RIM has pushed back the release of the first smartphone running BlackBerry 10 until early 2013. This will have a negative impact on the company's efforts to turn itself around.
Verizon's switch over to its new shared data plans -- which happened this morning -- marks the beginning of the end for those of its subscribers who still have an unlimited data plan.
Some of the specifications for two BlackBerry series have leaked out of RIM, showing that the company is planning to offer models for those who prefer touchscreens as well as for fans of physical keyboards.
Research in Motion is possibly considering splitting its business in two, separating its handset production division from its messaging network, and then selling the hardware division.
Smartphone bargains reign supreme this weekend as Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, and Amazon are all celebrating dear old Dad with sales on a variety of handsets, including Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry options. Updated
Celebrate Father's Day today and tomorrow by picking up a free 4G smartphone courtesy from T-Mobile. This includes both Android devices and Windows Phones.
Yet another sign of trouble for RIM is the swelling inventory of unsold product. It is stilling on $1 billion worth of unsold BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook tablets.
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