A recent report done by J.D. Power & Associates has found that, generally speaking, satisfaction among smartphone users is rising, and that satisfaction has increased substantially since 2012.
AT&T has just become the first U.S. carrier to make the BlackBerry Z10 available to any customer. This device is the first with BlackBerry 10, a more consumer-friendly operating system than was previously offered by this company.
The number of available BlackBerry 10 apps now exceeds 100,000. New additions include big names like Amazon Kindle, Open Table, and the Wall Street Journal.
The BlackBerry Z10 is going to debut from AT&T tomorrow, and T-Mobile is going to introduce it just a few later.
The BlackBerry Z10 is official, as is the new BlackBerry 10 operating system, both unveiled at special launch events held simultaneously around the world. Check out this video preview.
The BlackBerry Z10 is going to be available from three of the Big Four U.S. carriers, but Sprint has opted out. Instead, it's going to offer a follow-up model.
AT&T has just announced that it will introduce the BlackBerry Z10 late next week. It is going to start taking pre-orders tomorrow for this device, the first with the new BlackBerry 10 operating system.
If you break your phone, who do you call (after getting a replacement phone, that is) to get the data off your old one?
There's no doubt that the U.S. debut of the BlackBerry Z10 is going to be in March. The big question is exactly when that's going to happen. A partial answer may have leaked out today.
While the BlackBerry Z10 and its BlackBerry 10 operating system have been available in Canada and parts of Europe for months, the business-minded handset has yet to ship in the U.S. That will start to change this Monday, however. Get more from TechnologyGuide.
BlackBerry won't be selling cheap versions of its BlackBerry 10 devices, the company's CEO said. TechnologyGuide has the full story.
Sprint will be the only major US wireless carrier to not offer the upcoming BlackBerry Z10, instead opting to wait for the release of the keyboard-based Q10 later this year.
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