Canadian smartphone major BlackBerry is planning to revive its business in the New Zealand market with the launch of its new BlackBerry Z10 in association with telecom service providers, Telecom and Vodafone.
BlackBerry 10 has made its debut and is being claimed to be a show-stopper both for a handset and a new operating system.
As per the findings, the new phone makes hardware as well as software, the feature which only Apple can match. This feature of the phone means that the design of software as well as hardware is well-integrated and affable.
There is good news for BlackBerry Z10 and Q10. In Canada and UK, reviews have exhibited 'sold out'. Officials seem to be taking a gasp of relief with the news that shows the sales to have been positive and strong.
Bloggers were found saying that they prefer Blackberry before breakfast.
A recent report talked about what Research In Motion Ltd. has to offer this week in the name of new BlackBerry 10 platform. The market is abuzz with the news about the new mobile operating system making its way on Wednesday morning.
Announcing an unexpected increase in number of subscribers, Research in Motion on Tuesday presented its investors with a hint of hope as its shares increased to 5 percent. Waterloo, Ontario-based RIM, a pioneer in the smartphone arena, has in North America in previous years lost market value to Samsung and Apple Inc owing to their additional features that makes their devices more versatile and user-friendly.
Research In Motion in a statement revealed that the company has selected a new managing director for its business in United Kingdom and Ireland. Rob Orr, a vice president with the company's Europe, Middle East and Africa region, will take over as of September 1, replacing Stephen Bates. Bates will become regional managing director for Europe, a new position.
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