Blackberry is a mobile phone platform that is well known for keeping busy professionals connected no matter where they are. Originally released by RIM in 2002, this top-selling smartphone continues to maintain a strong market share within the mobile community despite increasing pressure from big-name competitors such as iPhone and Android. Blackberry many versions - Torch, Bold, Curve and Pearl - offer a multitude of features and applications. Here you will find tips, troubleshooting advice and reviews of Blackberry applications and themes to help you get the most from your phone. Simon Hill is the managing editor, with years of experience in the telecommunications field. He and his team of writers bring you up-to-date information and advice for all owners of Blackberries, whether you just took yours out of the box or have been using the Blackberry platform for years. Beginning users will appreciate tips on how to uninstall Blackberry applications, keyboard shortcuts, or how to choose the right data plan. Explore the Blackberry’s many features from Email to GPS. Both new and experienced Blackberry users will appreciate the many round-ups and reviews of applications such as this round-up of Blackberry games and apps and the best Blackberry social networking apps for those on the go who want to stay in touch with friends 24/7. Let us know your opinion in the comments. We can’t wait to hear from you!
The Curve 9380 is the first full touch-screen Curve from RIM. RIM is making slow progress towards upgrading their BlackBerry line up, and the full touch-screen display seems to be making its way through each BlackBerry line. But is the touch screen enough for the Curve to stand out?
There’s not usually much to talk about with new releases of BlackBerry OS, but the latest incarnation introduces some speed and usability improvements that might make you think twice about abandoning the platform…
The one-time giant of the smartphone industry seems to be cracking under the weight of uninspiring devices, challenges from other platforms and an inability to resolve server outages. Is this the end of Research In Motion’s BlackBerry?
There’s nothing parents do better than worry about our kids. No matter what their age, from toddler to teen they will always be a worry. Here we’ve sought out the best BlackBerry apps to keep parents content – or at least less worried. Find where your kids are, treat common ailments and more.
It seems from the vast array of photography apps on the BlackBerry App World, BB users are fond of their cameras. The problem is finding the ones that are worth your time and money. Fear not, as we’ve done the hard work for you – rounding up the top ten apps that are worthy of you.
We all want to save money where we can, so rather than your smartphone costing you money each month, why not use it to help you to save money. No matter where you want to cut back – shopping, parking, dining out, or creating a budget – we have some great ways to save money with your BlackBerry.
Believe it or not, some people actually use their BlackBerrys to make calls on them! Although most of us get a stack of minutes to use each month, even if this is the case this doesn’t apply to long distance – I don’t need to tell you that this can be expensive. Bring on the VoIP apps!
The BlackBerry Bold 9900 is a high tech RIM mobile which pushes beyond the boundaries of its predecessors. The new BlackBerry Bold 9900 offers some new cutting edge features such as its high quality touch screen, 1.2 GHz processor, HD video camera and the brand new Blackberry OS 7.
The new wave of BlackBerry smartphones are set to run a new operating system called BBX. Find out all about it as we take a closer look at what it could mean for RIM.
The BlackBerry Torch 9860 is a touch-screen handset from RIM following in the footsteps of the previously released Storm 2 and original Torch handsets. The 9860 has been upgraded immensely and aims to offer dedicated BlackBerry users a new and efficient touch-screen smartphone experience.