BlackBerry users across Europe, the Middle East and Africa again find themselves without service on Tuesday as a bug that knocked millions of users offline on Monday has seemingly resurfaced. Research In Motion announced early Tuesday morning that BlackBerry service across the EMEA region had been restored, but the Associated Press later reported that Internet […]
Millions of BlackBerry smartphone users have been cut off by a major fault at RIM, the Canadian company that makes the devices. The glitch, which struck at around 11AM, was affecting online services for consumers all over Europe, the Middle East and Africa. All are served by a RIM data centre in Slough, United Kingdom. […]
The number of smartphones and tablets suffering from mobile malware has increased by 273% in the first half of 2011 compared to the same period in 2010, a new report has revealed. According to software company G Data’s Malware Report on current threats for Internet users and PCs, the rise is being driven by […]
Well what do we have here…a new, not even released BlackBerry Torch 2 9860 fresh off the build room. Yup. This BlackBerry Torch actually looks pretty good, and super responsive to the touch as well.
Android Still first in OS usage, iPhone top device, Windows Phone 7 largest impressions gain – report
So not surprisingly, Android is still the top dog when it comes to overall mobile OS market Share with for the 7th straight month now at 54%, with Apple’s iOS behind it at 26%.
Looks like the mobile marketshare is being dominated by Android again as Chitika reports its findings, although there isn’t any timeframe indicated for these to reflect from, we just have to guess that it’s recent.
The new Bell BlackBerry lineup just made its way online, and its showing us some of the new gear headed to Canada in August and September 2011. The devices here include the Torch 9810 and 9860, the 9860 being the bigger brother to the 9810 with a 3.7 inch touchscreen. Also we’ll see the Bold […]