It’s been said that Microsoft is rumored to be talking with several investment firms about the prospect of buying out BlackBerry, likely fueled by a desire to deepen their foray into the mobile enterprise and gain access to BlackBerry’s patent list. Read more
Later this month a new book will come out entitled “Losing the Signal,” and it goes in detail and explores the rise and fall of BlackBerry. The Canadian-based handset maker that once ruled the smartphone market has spent the last two years fighting off bankruptcy. Read more
Apple recently released a new trade-in initiative geared toward Android phone owners who would like to upgrade to an iPhone. Part of Apple’s existing Reuse and Recycling Program, the non-iPhone trade-in is now kicking-off in the United States and several European countries, including the United Kingdom, France and Italy. Read more
If you wanted to get your hands on Ryan Seacret’s Typo keyboard accessory for the iPhone, you might want to grab one real quick before you won’t be able to get one at all.
The iPhone 5C may be killing Apple but even its terrible sales are still doing better than a lot of the mobile phone competition.
If there’s one thing worst than a tree hugger, it’s a wall hugger. According to Blackberry’s CEO, iPhone users are worse than tree huggers. Read more
Free calls… that’s what Blackberry is promising with their new update to the BBM app for the iPhone, which will probably make a lot of phone users scream with joy. Read more
Ryan Seacrest has been working with a small start-up company to make an inventive new accessory for the iPhone called the “Typo”, a Blackberry style keyboard for Apple’s iconic smartphone. Well, Blackberry doesn’t agree with Seacrest’s intentions.
Even though he really wants to use it; even though he has a penchant for its newness and technologically advanced criteria for business enterprise functionality and operation, alas, President Obama cannot use the iPhone. Read more
There is a new update for the BBM: the new update enables users to easily and conveniently use BlackBerry’s latest messaging service without having to wait in a queue. Read more