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BlackBerry!! You Really Need To Look Beyond Corporate Users

BlackBerry, formerly known as RIM, might have relaxed with its latest innovative mobile OS. The long-awaited OS (BlackBerry 10) was finally announced by the company on the scheduled date, January 30 this year. On the same day, BlackBerry unveiled...

There’re reasons For Corporate Users To Believe In Blackberry Z10: The Device Comes With Incredible Features !!!

BlackBerry (formerly known as RIM) is aggressively trying to change the perception of  people with its Blackberry Z10 smartphone, which was unveiled by the company yesterday. However, the device resembles iPhone 5 closely, but it's appealing sharp industrial look. BlackBerry Z10...

BlackBerry 10 Would Be A Game Changer: RIM Apparently Got It Right This Time !

Yesterday, BlackBerry--formerly known as Research in Motion--officially announced its long-awaited BlackBerry 10 OS. The day was really important for RIM (better to say BlackBerry) enthusiasts because the company unveiled its two new smartphone models—Blackberry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10. BlackBerry has claimed...

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