After the big reveal of Research In Motion, the BlackBerry maker, BB Z10 is reported to be selling in high records for the first week that it’s out in the market in both Canada and Britain.
BlackBerry Z10′s biggest test will be on March when it will be released on sale in the U.S.
The new smartphone for RIM is a touch-screen phone which is already gotten a good start in Britain. This is the biggest compared to the other models of BlackBerry.
The company noted that BlackBerry’s Z10 is making it three times more than the prior models. . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 sales high in Britain and Canada
Samsung’s Galaxy S III is preferred rather than Apple’s iPhone5 in most retailers in U.K.
According to a recent shopper survey conducted last month by Telecoms & Media to eight of the top retail stores of the nation, some of the United Kingdom shoppers recommend to buy and own Samsung Galaxy S III than iPhone5 of Apple. The top eight retail stores included in the survey were PC World, John Lewis, O2, Maplins, Everything Everywhere, Carphone Warehouse, and Phones 4 U.
The results of the survey show that of all the major brands of smartphone including Apple, Samsung, Research In . . . → Read More: Samsung’s Galaxy S3 most recommended than Apple’s iPhone 5 in U.K.
Early this week, Research In Motion, the maker of BlackBerry, has extended its deadline for developers who want to submit applications that would be considered in the Built for BlackBerry programme of RIM.
This project was planned to motivate and encourage developers to create high-quality and exclusive apps for the platform of BlackBerry 10 ahead of its release by the end of this month. But RIM has opted to extend the deadline because of a buildup of applications and submissions to be reviewed.
RIM announced that developers may apply for the the review for Built for BlackBerry programme and the . . . → Read More: RIM gives extended deadline for apps submission for BlackBerry 10 platform
RIM or Research in Motion, the maker of Blackberry, started its Blackberry Jam Americas 2012 tour with a blast by launching a redesigned store for its App World and providing an incentive of $10,000 for developers.
The company has once became the leader in the lucrative smartphone market. But when Apple and Samsung entered the picture, it has fallen behind yet still desires to get back on the phase as they are introducing the new Blackberry 10 platform and smartphones.
The American leg of Blackberry started at San Jose, California on Tuesday with an audience of more than 1,500, most . . . → Read More: RIM offers $10k for developers creating app for BB10
As competition of smartphone gets tougher, RIM decided to slash down the price of their phones to get atleast get back what they lost in the market.
Research in Motion (RIM), the manufacturer of BlackBerry, is currently thinking about CDMA units to increase its income in India and will relaunch its Curve 8530 model at Rs 11,990, that’s about 12% lower from the original price. This unit is actually the CDMA version of Blackberry’s GSM device Curve 8520.
“Smartphones are getting popular day by day, but a majority of these are on GSM technology. . . . → Read More: RIM Cuts Down Price of BlackBerry Curve 8530
Harmful addictions are challenging to bust, but Research in Motion appears to be carrying out what ever it might to assist people restarted their own CrackBerrys for good. Take into account some of the reasons the actual Canadian producer in the BlackBerry smartphone will be suffering: an international blackout in mid-October; the actual Playbook tablet, a weak answer to the actual apple ipad tablet; and phones using internet surfing around that is equally laughably low-quality along with slower like molasses.
All of these problems imply that Research in motion people it’s very best existential turmoil yet. During a . . . → Read More: BlackBerry’s Problem