Jan 31

Research in Motion today announced its next-generation smartphone, the Z10. All four U.S. carriers are expected to carry the Z10, shipping in March and starting at $199 with a two-year contract. Walt Mossberg created a review of the Z10 and notes that a physical keyboard-equipped Q10 model is due in April and that the battery didn’t last as long as the iPhone 5, but he did have some praise for the device. » RIM Launches Next-Generation BlackBerry Z10

Oct 22

The fight between Apple “iPhone” and RIM “BlackBerry” is still going on, but it looks like Apple is going to win this battle. According to StrategyAnalytics, the iPhone has passed RIM (BlackBerry) by selling 14.1 million phones, while RIM sold 12.1 million phones. Nokia is still way out in front with 26.5 million sales but RIM and Nokia both dropped in sales from the previous quarter while Apple is rising fast. » Apple Passes RIM In Global Smartphone Shipments

Sep 22

RIM blackpad
RIM is most likely to unveil their long awaited tablet at the RIM’s BlackBerry Developer Conference – DevCon “which will be held between September 27-30”, the BlackPad. Devcon will take place in San Francisco, California. The Blackpad will be a potential enemy of the iPad with a seven-inch touch screen and one or two built-in cameras, including Bluetooth, broadband, and tethering with a BlackBerry Smartphone. » RIM’s BlackPad Will Be Unveiled Next Week?

Aug 13

Gartner reported
that the worldwide sales of the Android OS has passed the iPhone sales in Q2 of this year. There are 10.6 million phones running Android OS which is a 17.2% market share, against 8.7 million phones running iOS which is a 14.2% market share. Of course Symbian is still the big number one with a market share of 41.2%.

May 12

androidviphoneYes that’s right they did it, Android knocked Apple out of the number 2 slot and comes close to RIM “the first place”. NPD did some research and found out that the Smartphone market first quarter sales give RIM’s OS 36 percent, Android 28 percent and Apple’s OS got 21 percent. They found out thanks to 150,000 completed online consumer research surveys each month. So Apple, you are not the only one out there. » Android Bigger Than iPhone OS In Smartphone Market!