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At its BlackBerry Live keynote today, BlackBerry unveiled a new QWERTY handset, the Q5, designed specifically for emerging markets.
Shortly after its release on AT&T, the BlackBerry Z10 has shown up on T-Mobile's network. The timing seems fortuitous for the carrier, with the simultaneous release of its new LTE network also coming out today.
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.
BlackBerry won't be selling cheap versions of its BlackBerry 10 devices, the company's CEO said. TechnologyGuide has the full story.
The White House has publicly stated that consumers should be able to freely unlock their phones without the risk of criminal penalty or any other imposed punishment. Doing so is currently illegal.
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo expects subsidies for smartphones to fall over the next two to three years, meaning consumers will be paying more.
BlackBerry issued a new BlackBerry 10 update today. This adds a number of new features, and is already available on select carriers for download directly to devices.
Just as the smartphone market was looking like a two-horse race, Windows Phone and BlackBerry have gotten second winds and are making the market competitive again.
T-Mobile says its tests of the BlackBerry Z10 are going well -- so well that this carrier might be the first in the U.S. to offer the smartphone.
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