RIM (Research in Motion) is reportedly prepping a tablet computer dubbed "BlackPad" for its November debut.
Research In Motion (RIM) is reportedly planning to debut its BlackBerry "Slider" smartphone at a joint event with AT&T on August 3.
Thousands of Windows Phone 7 prototypes manufactured by a number of industry heavyweights - such as Asus, LG and Samsung - are currently making their way to developers.
If Apple CEO Steve Jobs thought other phone companies would just sit idly by while he attacked them during Friday's press conference, he's got another thing coming.
Are you thinking of ditching your cumbersome CrackBerry for the HTC Evo 4G or Motorola Droid X? Well, you probably aren't alone.
The rumored Blackberry tablet appears to be real, and it will apparently have a 7-inch screen, 1 GHz processor, and a 3G data connection.
NTP Inc, a company that has been labeled a "patent troll," has filed patent infringement lawsuits against Google, Microsoft, Motorola, Apple, HTC, and LG.
Google's Android platform is continuing to make steady gains in market share, increasing by almost a half from February to May.
The US mobile market is experiencing a seismic shift towards higher-end phones, with at least 50% of all handsets expected to be classified as smartphones by 2011.
RIM's Blackberry smartphone has become synonymous with corporate America. But does the advent of Apple's iOS 4 herald the end of a Blackberry-dominated era?
Research in Motion is said to be planning new products, including a touch-screen smartphone and a tablet device, in a push to see off the iPhone 4 and iPad.
Android's dominance of the US smartphone market hasn't yet spread to the rest of the world, says Gartner, but Google is narrowing the gap with Apple.
The suits and ties at Standard Chartered have jumped on the fast-moving Apple bandwagon by officially allowing bankers to replace their boring RIM Blackberries with shiny new iPhones.
Surely this is asking for trouble: RIM has announced plans to create a BlackBerry two storeys high, and wants the public to send it messages for display.
Google's Android has trounced Apple's iPhone OS by capturing the coveted number-two position among smartphone operating systems.
Apple is catching up fast with Research In Motion in the smartphone market, according to IDC.
Kevin Lynch has confirmed that Adobe will launch its Flash Player (10.1) for Android smartphones in June.
Steve Jobs has penned a rather extensive open letter explaining why Apple does not support Flash on its mobile handheld devices.
Research in Motion (RIM) has unveiled its long-awaited BlackBerry 6 operating system at WES 2010.
RIM has introduced two new Blackberry smartphones: the classic Bold 9650 and compact Pearl 3G.