Android OEMs expand their enterprise portfolios to take on iOS and bury BlackBerry

According analysts at ABI Research, Android smartphone OEMs are taking advantage of a solid presence among consumers and mobile business users to drive more business entity smartphone purchases and expand use in the enterprise.

Somewhere, 1 in 10 smartphones run Windows

Microsoft's deals with Nokia are starting to make slow but noticeable progress, with more than ten percent of smartphones in the EU running on Windows.

Appleā€™s unEvent

On Tuesday Apple had their semi-annual new product announcement fest that in years past would have dominated the news. The big news this year? To be honest, the biggest news coming out of the Apple event was that there wasn’t much news, it barely got noticed, and didn’t dominate anything.

BlackBerry World has 47,000 apps by one developer

BlackBerry World has around 120,000 apps, 47,000 of which have been made by one developer called S4BB ...

Why the NSA leak may boost Blackberry (and force us to move to Canada)

We seem to have learned three important lessons in the wake of the latest NSA leak. First off, the US and Chinese government have an uncomfortable number of things in common.

The fall of Apple and rise of Blackberry - what comes around goes around

Blackberry was the most powerful smartphone vendor just a short decade ago. Indeed, the corporation managed to translate its massively successful two-way pager business into what was ultimately dubbed the Crackberry, simply because people were so addicted to them. 

Apple beats Android in the DoD, but Blackberry still rules

Most people likely believe that iOS, Android and Blackberry are all on equal footing when it comes to security - with the same chance of winning device clearance at the DoD.

Blackberry claws its way back

BlackBerry's new Q10 smartphone is selling well in both Canada and Britain, an industry analyst has claimed.

Google Glass specs fail to excite

Google has released its policies for its "internet for four eyes" project – Google Glass.

Blackberry broadcasts your porn preferences

It looks like Blackberry 10 ships with a feature that tells your contacts about the porn you are watching.

Blackberry isn't finished with tablets

A leaked Blackberry road map seems to indicate the beleaguered company plans on having another go at the lucrative tablet sector.

Apple iPhones are easy to hack

For years, Mac lovers could smugly poke fun at Windows users and their disease ridden PCs. Apple was much safer they claimed, and they were right. However, Apple gear wasn't safer because it was designed to be safer, it just wasn't as popular and hackers couldn't be bothered coming up with exploits for a platform used by a handful of enthusiasts.

Blackberry way sees fruits from the Core

Blackberry lost two percent of revenue in its fourth quarter of fiscal 2013, down $49 million, and a massive 36 percent drop from $4.2 billion year on year. However, it forecasts breaking even for the next quarter and a mobile analyst has told us the company should be financially viable for some time to come.

Blackberry is back from the brink

It is starting to look like Blackberry might have pulled itself from the brink of ruin after all. The company's share price has surged after an established partner had placed an order for one million BlackBerry 10 smartphones, with shipments set to begin immediately.

Android and Apple won't dominate mobile forever

The global installed base of smartphones is expected to total 1.4 billion by the end of 2013, with 57% of handsets running on Android and 21% on iOS.

BlackBerry launch - inspired by Steve Jobs?

I’ve often wondered why more companies don't follow the Steve Jobs script when announcing a product.

Video: New BlackBerries try to take on Apple, Android

BlackBerry, the company formerly known as RIM, today debuted two new smartphones alongside its long-awaited BB10 operating system and BlackBerry World storefront.

'Portathon' nets RIM thousands of new apps

Research In Motion has 15,000 new apps for the BlackBerry, thanks to two 'Portathon' events over the weekend.

No, RIM's BlackBerry isn't dead just yet

Despite a declining market share, RIM still maintains a fairly large and loyal install base, especially in the Latin American and Asian markets - providing the industry heavyweight with a steady revenue stream.

RIM faces ban on BlackBerry sales

BlackBerry maker RIM has not only lost its patent case against Nokia - it's been found guilty of failing to stick to a cross-licensing agreement between the two companies and may face a block on sales as a result.