Blackberry Curve

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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BlackBerry Curve 9320 reveals dedicated BBM button

BlackBerry Curve 9320 reveals dedicated BBM button

A new photo of the upcoming Curve model BlackBerry device has appeared with no less than its very own dedicated BBM button. BlackBerry being an entirely different monster from the more popular iOS and Android platforms, the common customer might not see the power of such a piece of hardware - but for the hardcore BlackBerry addict, such an addition has the potential to change the whole landscape. If you're one of the thousands of business workers required to use a BlackBerry on a daily basis and use BlackBerry Messenger more than you speak out loud, you'll be glad to have the shortcut.

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RIM planning 10- and 7-inch PlayBooks for 2012 tips roadmap leak

RIM planning 10- and 7-inch PlayBooks for 2012 tips roadmap leak

RIM has two more BlackBerry PlayBook tablets in the pipeline for 2012, according to a roadmap leak, including a 10-inch LTE-enabled model targeting late holiday sales. Despite the poor reception of the first-gen PlayBook - recently slashed to just $299 apiece - product information leaked to N4BB indicates a new 7-inch "3G+" PlayBook is expected in April, with a 10-inch LTE-equipped PlayBook due in December. There's also word on when we might expect to see the first BlackBerry 10 smartphones; more after the cut.

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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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RIM unveils new BlackBerry Curve smartphones

RIM unveils new BlackBerry Curve smartphones

RIM announced today three new models for its BlackBerry Curve smartphone series that will run the BlackBerry 7 OS---the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360, and 9370. Designed for the mid-tier market, these new handsets are affordable, easy-to-use, full-featured, and socially-connected. They will be excellent for customers upgrading from a feature phone or a previous generation BlackBerry Curve.

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