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Introducing: The BlackBerry PlayBook

September 28, 2010 by


BlackBerry have finally quashed all of the rumours and speculations that have been flying around over the past few months with the introduction of the BlackBerry PlayBook, which they have hailed as “the first professional tablet” at their Developer Conference in San Francisco. The industry is expecting tablets to take off significantly in the next […]

What we Learned at the BlackBerry 2010 Developer Conference

September 28, 2010 by


On the 27th September 2010 BlackBerry kick started its Developer Conference in San Francisco. The Keynote gave us some interesting BlackBerry stats to sink our teeth into: BlackBerry have 50 million active subscribers worldwide. 115 Million BlackBerry Smartphones have been sold. BlackBerry is the Number 1 smartphone in The Netherlands, UK and North America. There […]

Tablet Rush is On – RIM leaks BlackPad

September 23, 2010 by


When Apple released the iPad there was great discussion around the device form factor. The talk generally went around whether anyone would want one? Why would anyone use one? Whats wrong with a netbook? Will the screen will be hard to read compared to the Kindle? How much? Well one million sales a month since […]

Android gains as others decline in new US Market Share data

September 17, 2010 by


New comScore data in the US has been released for the 3 month average  period ending in July 2010. The data gives an insight into the US smartphone market, documenting trends in market share and mobile usage. The report suggested that 53.4 million people in the US owned smartphones during the 3 month period ending […]

BlackBerry App World: Reloaded

August 23, 2010 by


RIM have unveiled a new, updated version of the BlackBerry App World, the imaginatively titled, BlackBerry App World 2.0; which was made available to users on Friday. The new App World has a few significant updates which includes new pricing structures for apps. Where previously paid for BlackBerry Apps would cost you a hefty  $2.99, […]

Android outsells iPhone in the US

August 3, 2010 by


New data from Nielsen has reported that Android has outsold the iPhone in America within the first half of 2010. The report shows that 27% of new phone purchases in the US are Android smartphones, while the iPhone has just 23% of the market share. Q1 reports from NPD earlier in the year showed a […]