It seems like it was just yesterday that Apple introduced the iPhone (and it's accompanying iOS Operating System). It was truly revolutionary and changed the smartphone market forever. And now, just a few short years later, and with the help (and bottomless pockets) of Google, the Android operating system has officially outpaced Apple's flagship as … Continue reading Android is Now the King of the Smartphones
This week, RIM announced the Blackberry Playbook - a sleek tablet with a 7 inch high resolution touchscreen, clearly designed to be a competitor to the Apple iPad. What's better? Where do I begin? To start, it comes with a dual-core processor. RIM claims that it will be the fastest tablet on the market. Some … Continue reading The Blackberry Playbook-a challenger to the iPad?
Last week, Research in Motion released the latest Blackberry model, the Torch, exclusively on the AT&T network. The Torch has a lot of pressure on it - it's no secret that RIM wants this device to be it's "iPhone Killer", and bring consumers back to the Blackberry platform. But will the Torch succeed? What has … Continue reading Blackberry Torch-iPhone “killer”, or just another Blackberry?
I have to admit - when Google announced their new ANDROID mobile operating system, I didn't pay too much attention to it. It was nice looking, but I didn't think there was enough "steam" behind the platform. And Google had a long, hard uphill battle against Blackberry, iPhone and even Windows Mobile. I hadn't even really looked into any of the Android-based devices. Until today.
It's hard to believe it has taken this long, but a joint effort between Twitter and RIM (the makers of Blackberry) has finally announced the release of an official Twitter client for the Blackberry platform. Up until now, Twitter addicts had to use third-party apps which, quite frankly, left a lot to be desired. Now, … Continue reading Finally an official Twitter client for your Blackberry
Although it seems unusual for a wireless communications company that makes it's money by charging you for phone calls, Verizon Wireless released the SKYPE Mobile client for the Android and select Blackberry phones on Friday.