So how do you feel about your top of the line Blackberry Bold when you put it against you friend’s Blackberry Storm? Besides a vibrant touchscreen, you’d notice the glowing icons and a super slick OS for which you probably would have to wait for a few more months (that’s if T-Mobile/Att ever plan to [...]
I know most of you would think “Ugghhhh..”, when we talk about RIM and touchscreens. Agreed, they did a ridiculous job with touchscreen (cum clickable) phones, but their 7″ tablet looks very promising. The OS looks pretty sleek, screen very responsive and the overall UI with transition effects simply looks superb. Multitasking was demonstrated in [...]
RIM turned on the heat in the tablet market after announcing the PlayBook a few weeks ago. Besides a few high level artifacts, we haven’t learnt much from them either about the hardware or about the software. They however demonstrated PlayBook’s browser capabilities, while boasting on being in sync with the latest standards, promises of [...]
A starlit quarter for Apple and which came as a landslide for Blackberry made Apple the fourth largest cell phone manufacturer in the world. Having shipped over 14 million phones and wrapping up $20 billion of in coming cash figure in a single quarter would definitely do that to any phone manufacturing company. Infact, this [...]
Android sales sky rocketed in US by a whopping 886% year-on-year in Q2 2010. Android phones now account for 27% of the US smartphone sales among new buyers, casting down the 23% share held by Apple’s iPhone.
The Indian intelligence and internal security services are finding it difficult to break into Blackberry’s encryption, which fenders them from deciphering messages to check for terror threats and other matters of national security. The Indian government has warned the cellular maker that it’s operations would be forced to a halt unless something is done to [...]