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Blackberry 7 devices will head to emerging markets

Blackberry 7 devices will head to emerging markets

Blackberry's Z10 has finally made its way to the United States, one of Blackberry's most important markets. It's still a bit too soon to evaluate just how well the device is doing, however, judging from the customer reviews, the device is doing well. However, where exactly does that leave Blackberry's OS 7 devices? It looks like the company has decided to bring the devices to several emerging markets.

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YouTube no longer working on Blackberry 7 or 7.1 devices

YouTube no longer working on Blackberry 7 or 7.1 devices

Many Blackberry users running Blackberry OS 7 or 7.1 on their devices have been reporting that they can no longer view YouTube videos through the YouTube app on their device. While they're still able to search for the videos, they aren't able to play them. The issue seems isolated to only OS 7 and 7.1 devices, while users with Blackberry OS 5 and 6 are reporting that their YouTube app is working just fine.


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Verizon announces BlackBerry Curve 9310, available July 12th

Verizon announces BlackBerry Curve 9310, available July 12th

RIM may not be having the best of times, but it’s still continuing to pump out handsets. Today the company announced the launch of the BlackBerry Curve 9310 in conjunction with Verizon, with the phone running BlackBerry 7.1 as well as featuring a dedicated BBM key for serious messaging addicts. Verizon and RIM are pitching the phone as a social solution, making sure to point out that Facebook and Twitter apps are front and center.

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RIM makes BlackBerry Curve 9320 official

RIM makes BlackBerry Curve 9320 official

It might not be quite as anticipated as the Galaxy S III, but BlackBerry users need a little love too. RIM has officially announced the latest entry into the QWERTY rocking series, the BlackBerry Curve 9320. Specs won’t blow you away, but for an entry-level device it should be serviceable: a 2.4-inch 320x240 screen, 806Mhz processor, 3.2 megapixel camera, BlackBerry OS 7.1, and a 1,450mAh battery.

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Porsche Design BlackBerry to debut October 27

Porsche Design BlackBerry to debut October 27

A BlackBerry smartphone featuring a unique design and Porsche brand will be making its debut on October 27. The device was leaked back in September in a slew of images along with a video, revealing a highly modified 9900/9930 form factor that's more angular and sharp. It was called the BlackBerry 9980 prototype in the video but it has also been rumored as the BlackBerry Knight, R47, and the Porsche Proceeding.

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BlackBerry Curve 9360 with BlackBerry 7 announced for T-Mobile

BlackBerry Curve 9360 with BlackBerry 7 announced for T-Mobile

Since all the way back on the 23rd of August we've been waiting for the BlackBerry Curve 9360, and today we get to see it popping up first on T-Mobile. This device is one of several BlackBerry devices to be the first to feature both the latest BlackBerry 7 mobile operating system and the BlackBerry 7 Webkit-browser. This particular curve is designed specifically to intercept those customers around the world looking to upgrade from a feature phone OR update their already-loved earlier model Curve. Look like the BlackBerry for you?

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BlackBerry Bold 9790 leaks, sporting 9900 internals

BlackBerry Bold 9790 leaks, sporting 9900 internals

If you're a BlackBerry fan that was put off by the pricey BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 that recently launched, there may be a more affordable option with similar specs on its way. The BlackBerry Bold 9790 has just been outed in a picture next to the BlackBerry Bold 9900 for comparison. The 9790 is expected to sport the same internals but packaged in a smaller form factor and at a possibly lower price.

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