With the new iPhones set to release this Friday, it’s crazy to think that BlackBerry thought it would be a good idea to announce a new phone. That being said, this looks like the best BlackBerry yet. Billed by the company as its biggest, most capable handset ever, on paper the Z30 certainly has plenty of head-turning features such as a large 5-inch AMOLED screen, updated BlackBerry 10.2 software, and a high-capacity battery. A lot of people say they’re too far gone, but they’ll always be one of my favorite phone manufacturers. Check the video for details on the new Z30. Enjoy.
We all have our essentials to get by in life. Without trying to sound too materialistic, there’s definitely some material items that every person just can’t live without. For J. Cole, his daily routine wouldn’t be complete without a handful of key possessions. There’s the standard like cash and Hennessy, but Jermaine also holds his notepad and reading material close to his heart. Check out the full listen of items and detailed explanations at Hypebeast.
The recent Blackberry Messenger update has gotten a little too comfortable sharing things you might want to keep to yourself. Crackberry forum users have been discussing a tiny detail written into BBM that lets it keep track of the music or videos you have watched, and then share it with those on your contacts list--so yes, you’ll be “that guy” to all your friends. [Read More]
Is it an iPhone or Galaxy-killer? No, probably not — but if you're still clinging to your 9900 like a shipwreck survivor to a piece of snapped-off wood, the Blackberry Z10 ($200) is surely a sight for sore eyes. Powered by the all-new, gesture-filled BlackBerry 10 OS, the Z10 features 2-megapixel front and 8-megapixel rear cameras, a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a microSD slot, fast LTE networking, NFC support, and a 1,280 x 768, 4.2-inch display. Assuming you're still in, you'll finally be able to use that upgrade in April. Checkout the video overview after the jump. [Watch More]
Being the gadget geek that you are, one of the worst possible scenarios for you is when your mobile device runs out of power. To ensure that all of your portable electronics always have access to an emergency power source, the people at Ecosol created what they call the PowerStick.
While it may look like an extra beefy USB flash drive, this handy little device actually serves quite a different purpose. With a 750mAh battery housed within, it can provide an emergency boost in power to your iPhone, BlackBerry, Android or portable music device. Purchase it here today for a great stocking-stuffer.
The Porsche Design P’9981 from Blackberry is all about the look – simple and elegant. The broad, strong, stainless steel case, shaped from a single piece of metal, the leather back cover and beautifully shaped QWERTY keyboard set it apart from a mere, ‘ordinary’ Blackberry.
But then what do you expect from an object created by Porsche Design?
We may be in the middle of an election season, but Democrat and Republican aren't the only identifiers currently dividing the country. A new map from the folks at JumpTap shows how the smartphone wars are playing out across the US, showing which states are dominated by either Android, iOS or Blackberry users. [Read More]
Barely surviving Apple’s veritable onslaught of technologically-advanced and aesthetically-appealing phone products, Blackberry has crawled out from the dust to offer their rebuttal: the 7 series of smartphones. Sleek and powerful, the phones all boast sophisticated touch-screens, Blackberry’s brand new “7″ interface and operating system, liquid graphics technology, better-integrated social media and web features and are powered by a 1.2 GHz processor.
A formidable competitor to the iPhone and Droid offerings out there, Blackberry’s latest roster of business-ready smartphones will be available soon.