The Bright, Beautiful BlackBerry Bold
The BlackBerry Bold is supposed to be RIM's iPhone rival. After lots of hype--and plenty of delays--the BlackBerry Bold is here. So how does it compare to Apple's iPhone?
BlackBerry Storm: A Mixed Bag
The BlackBerry Storm--the first touch-screen BlackBerry smartphone--is here. It's a sleek-looking phone with lots of impressive features, like its sharp display and clickable touch screen. RIM designed this phone as a direct competitor to Apple's iPhone, but the BlackBerry Storm falls a little short.
Get Set for the BlackBerry Storm
It's been rumored for months, now it's finally official: BlackBerry and Verizon Wireless have unveiled the BlackBerry Storm. The first BlackBerry smartphone to feature a touch screen is coming soon. Here's what you can expect.
Review: The Simply Chic BlackBerry Curve
BlackBerry's cellphones weren't always known for their good looks. But looking at the BlackBerry Curve 8320, it's hard to remember that there was a time when RIM was known for making bland, boring phones. The BlackBerry Curve is anything but bland. And if you're one of those smartphone shoppers who think looks aren't everything, you'll be happy to know that the BlackBerry Curve performs well, too. It offers top-notch e-mail handling and the ability to place voice calls over Wi-Fi networks.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 Review: Smaller Size, Bigger Features
When the first BlackBerry Bold debuted late last year, I called it the best BlackBerry smartphone yet. Now, I've gotten my hands on the updated BlackBerry Bold, the 9700, and I like it -- a lot. But is the best BlackBerry smartphone?
BlackBerry Storm 2 Review: Nice Upgrade, but Not Enough
The original BlackBerry Storm debuted to mixed reactions last year. Many critics maligned its unique clickable touchscreen, and disdain for its lack of Wi-Fi support was nearly universal. RIM took these criticisms to heart, and has released the new and improved BlackBerry Storm 2.
Review: The Budget BlackBerry Curve 8520
T-Mobile and RIM have taken the wraps off of the BlackBerry Curve 8520, an attractive smartphone that won't break the bank. While this budget BlackBerry does cut some corners (you won't find GPS or 3G support on this smartphone), you still get top-notch messaging and access to BlackBerry App World.
Review: BlackBerry Tour Is Fit to Travel
There's a lot to like about the new BlackBerry Tour 9630 smartphone. It has a gorgeous display, a sleek design, and excellent e-mail handling. In fact, the BlackBerry Tour really has just one major flaw: a lack of Wi-Fi support.
BlackBerry 8800: Older, But Not Wiser
When the BlackBerry 8800 debuted in 2007, it was quite sleek for a BlackBerry phone. Today, though, the BlackBerry 8800 has largely been surpassed by newer BlackBerry cellphones.
Profile: The Petite BlackBerry Pearl 8120
Take the popular BlackBerry Pearl 8100, add support for Wi-Fi wireless networks, boost the camera's resolution up to 2 megapixels, and you have the BlackBerry Pearl 8120.
BlackBerry Pearl 8100 Review: An Aging Beauty
The BlackBerry Pearl 8100 was the first BlackBerry phone to feature a camera, a music player, and a video player. But how does this multimedia-friendly BlackBerry hold up when compared to today's cellphones?
BlackBerry 8820: All Business
When the BlackBerry 8820 was launched in late 2007, it was the first BlackBerry phone that included support for Wi-Fi networks. Today, however, many BlackBerrys include support for wireless networks. So why choose the BlackBerry 8820 instead of the newer, fancier cellphones now on the market?
Sprint's Solid BlackBerry Curve 8330
You don't need to shell out big bucks for the latest, greatest smartphone to get a great feature set. Case in point: The BlackBerry Curve 8330, which is available from Sprint for $100.
BlackBerry Curve 8900: A Bolder BlackBerry Curve
Research In Motion's BlackBerry Curve is about to get its most dramatic overhaul yet with the new BlackBerry Curve 8900. This smartphone combines some of the features found on the higher-end BlackBerry Bold with the consumer-friendly features that have made past Curve models so popular.
The Best BlackBerry Phones
There are dozens of BlackBerry smartphones available today. But just because they're all called BlackBerry phones, that doesn't mean they're all created equal. So, which BlackBerry phones can be called today's best devices? Here are the phones that top my list.
Review of BlackBerry 8700g: Middle-of-the-Pack Email, Web Phone
Amid the ever-confusing sea of email phones, the BlackBerry 8700g stands squarely in the middle of pack and gives you what you need. It doesn’t get the job done perfectly, though, and comes with its fair share of quirks.
Business information about Research in Motion from Nokia Corp.
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BlackBerry Torch: All the Details About RIM's New BlackBerry Phone
The slider-style BlackBerry Torch is RIM's first BlackBerry to feature both a touch-screen and a hardware-based QWERTY keyboard, and will be the first phone to ship with the completely redesigned BlackBerry 6 operating system.
BlackBerry Torch 9800 Review: The Right Touch
With all the buzz surrounding the latest Android phones and Apple's new iPhone, it's easy to forget about Research In Motion's BlackBerry phones. The new BlackBerry Torch, however, is designed to bring attention right back to these still-popular devices.
BlackBerry Curve 3G Review: High Speed, Low Price
The BlackBerry Curve 3G is an affordable smartphone with some high-end features, like 3G support and built-in GPS. But can it compete with today's best BlackBerry phones?
BlackBerry Style Review: A Phone You Could (Almost) Flip Over
In the past, you've been able to get a BlackBerry smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard, or a BlackBerry smartphone that comes in a convenient flip-style form factor. But you haven't been able to get one that offers both -- until now.
BlackBerry Torch 9810 Review: Minor Upgrades Only
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 is not all that different than the original BlackBerry Torch, but it's a very good phone nonetheless.