News about Blackberry OS


Windows Phone on course to overtake Blackberry

By on August 21st, 2012
Windows Phone on course to overtake Blackberry

While Android and iOS are duking it out at the lofty peaks of the smartphone market share charts, there is also an interesting duel happening for 3rd place. It seems that the gradually increasing popularity of Windows Phone and the free-falling plummet that Blackberry is experiencing are leading to the two operating systems swapping places […]

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Vouchercloud saved app-users £10.5 million at Christmas

By on January 13th, 2012
Vouchercloud saved app-users £10.5 million at Christmas

Popular money-saving app Vouchercloud saved UK consumers £10.5 million over the Christmas period, it has been revealed, as the application hit a whopping 2 million downloads. In an official press release, published by the guys at Androiduknewsetc, Vouchercloud revealed that it saved consumers £10.5 million throughout November and December, with over 1 million redemptions during the […]

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Viber releases Blackberry app

By on May 18th, 2012
Viber releases Blackberry app

RIM haven’t really been making headlines recently. Last we heard their shares were plummeting in the wake of an anti-climactic unveiling of their upcoming Blackberry 10 OS.  On the bright side, Blackberry users also got Angry Birds Space a few weeks back, so not all is lost. In more good news – more of a […]

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Samsung not interested in licensing Blackberry 10

By on August 9th, 2012
Samsung not interested in licensing Blackberry 10

The recent talk of Samsung being lined up as a potential buyer of the right to use the Blackberry 10 OS on their phones has turned plenty of heads. Taking the talk beyond rumour and into the realm of possibility was RIM CEO Thorsten Heins, who quite openly said in an interview with the Telegraph […]

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RIM to give enterprise customers sneak peak at Blackberry 10

By on July 24th, 2012
RIM to give enterprise customers sneak peak at Blackberry 10

These are not good times for RIM, with the company recording persistent losses each financial quarter, as well as delays to the long-anticipated release of Blackberry 10 and major job cuts at the company. Despite this, the Canadian phone giant is remaining defiant that the costs of the current structural changes they’re going through will […]

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RIM to delay Blackberry 10 launch

By on June 29th, 2012
RIM to delay Blackberry 10 launch

After releasing a quite shocking Q1 earnings report, showing net losses of $518 million and 5,000 subsequent job cuts, RIM are facing a financial struggle like never before in the company’s history. Further reflecting just how tough times have got at the Canadian manufacturer, they have just announced that the launch of Blackberry 10 – […]

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RIM shares jump after Samsung licensing rumour

By on August 9th, 2012
RIM shares jump after Samsung licensing rumour

What’s this? A genuine bit of good news to come from the beleaguered headquarters of RIM? It would appear so, as the manufacturer of once-loved Blackberry phones has seen its share prices jump by over 4%. The share spike isn’t entirely of RIM’s own making however, as it has come largely due to the rumour […]

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RIM shares fall after Blackberry 10 unveiling

By on May 4th, 2012
RIM shares fall after Blackberry 10 unveiling

RIM‘s unveiling of Blackberry 10 was supposed to mark a turnaround in the ailing phone manufacturer’s fortunes. After a miserable few weeks, marked by awful sales figures for Q1 2012 and an embarrassingly awry marketing campaign in Australia, Blackberry 10 was meant to be the silver lining. However, shareholders were evidently not impressed with what […]

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