First BlackBerry 10 Device to Lack a Physical Keyboard
Research In Motion revealed today that the first smartphone to ship with its forthcoming BlackBerry 10 platform will not include a physical keyboard. Instead, the device will offer only a software-based keyboard. It is due to arrive by the end of the year, and a RIM spokesperson said that BlackBerry 10 devices with keyboards will launch "in the future." At a developer event RIM held in May, the company showed off a new software keyboard for its smartphones that uses new predictive software for correcting typing errors. This keyboard is expected to be part of the BlackBerry 10 platform.
Hands On with TCL's New BlackBerry Smartphone
TCL today showed off a unique BlackBerry smartphone that includes both a physical QWERTY keyboard and a touch screen. This large slab is meant to help reinvigorate sales of BlackBerry smartphones to businesses.
TCL Teases Its Next BlackBerry Phone
TCL today offered a sneak peak of a new BlackBerry smartphone in a short video. TCL is the parent company behind Alcatel and recently struck an agreement to design and manufacture smartphone hardware for BlackBerry.
Hands On with the BlackBerry KEYone
The BlackBerry KEYone is here, a big smartphone that includes a large display, physical keyboard, and BlackBerry's hardened version of Android. The phone is big and has middling specs, but are importantly, it pulls at the heartstrings of those raised on BlackBerry's old corporate mini-machines.
Review: BlackBerry Priv for AT&T
The Priv is the first BlackBerry to ship with Google's Android operating system rather than BlackBerry's own BBOS. BlackBerry opted for Android in order to expand the number of apps available to the phone, but it was sure to install its key messaging and security services to make the Priv more attractive to potential business users.
A little to late to the show
If platforms from Microsoft, RIM, Nokia, and others fail its not good for anyone.
There's no such thing as being 'too late' to enter a market....
When you say that product X is 'too late'....the implicit assumption behind this is that the way the market ...
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