Smartphones have become a major part of many people’s everyday lives. More and more smartphone owners use their devices to text, email, and surf the web throughout the day. Now, some people have started using them in their sleep.
A new lower cost BlackBerry aimed at emerging markets is on the way. On the opening day of Research In Motion’s annual three day conference in Orlando, CEO Thorsten Heins announced that the Q5 device will be available in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America beginning in July.
After several delays, broken promises, and doomsday prognostications, BlackBerry’s next-generation smartphone, the BlackBerry Z10, hits U.S. stores tomorrow.
The U.S. Department of Defense announced today that it was further dropping its exclusive BlackBerry contract and opening all of its mobile communications networks to Apple, Google, and other device makers.
Adios, RIM. Research In Motion is no more: the company that makes Blackberrys is now called Blackberry.
South Floridians who rely on their Blackberry to get them through the day may have noticed their smart phone isn’t so smart.
There’s a new way to save on things sold right here in South Florida.
Teen singing sensation Justin Bieber wants South Florida teens and teens across the country, to stay safe behind the wheel so he is putting his star power to work to keep teens from texting and driving.
When you think of colorful foods – green grapes, red tomatoes and yellow bananas – you think healthy, right? Well believe it or not, some of the most nutritious foods are black in color.
Your next trip to the grocery store may be a little more enjoyable thanks to a high tech helper.