Blackberry returns to what they do best—qwerty. Check out my comprehensive Blackberry Q10 Review powered by the Verizon network. What did I think?
With the release of the Verizon Blackberry z10 and the new qwerty version being released on June 6th, many are wondering if they’ve redeemed themselves.
This may be the last at bat for Blackberry. With their newest device, the Blackberry z10, they’re trying to comeback. Check out my out of the box review.
Here’s a neat infographic that shows Smartphone Users By The Number. In terms of, age of smartphone users, device manufacturers, app downloads, and more.
Some of you were with me when I was major Blackberry fan. Then last year, I crossed over to the Android and have been happy with the switch. But as of last Thursday, I became an iPhone 4 S owner.
As a former Blackberry user, I was recently able to review the new Blackberry Bold 9900 with the newest Blackberry OS 7. This phone blends the best of two worlds—qwerty with touchscreen.
What is a mobile office you ask? The concept is pretty simple, and it has been made popular due to A-list bloggers such as Perez Hilton and other social media types.
What is Swype? It is an application (or already pre-installed app) on the Android that allows you to text and email more effectively.
It has been almost a week since I have ridden myself of my Blackberry device for the Android based T-mobile MyTouch 4g. So far, I can honestly say that my experience with the device has been amazing—it feels wonderful to be able to rely on a phone that can give me the same web I get while I am online on my PC.
How could someone who was so in love with her Blackberry device turn her back on it? Well, after having 3 phones in a year’s time fail and malfunction, I have really gotten frustrated with its unreliability and useability.
I am not ashamed to admit it—when it comes to smartphones, I am TeamBlackberry through and through. Blackberry’s maker RIM (Research in Motion) has recently
Last week, the Twitter and Internets were abuzz with the announcement that several Twitter smartphone applications were terminated due to violations in their terms of service.