All you want to know about Blackberry Z10

Research in Motion Limited (RIM), well known for its Blackberry Smartphones is ruling almost every other news blogs. Blackberry Smartphones are hugely appreciated worldwide, though the company has been criticised in recent years for not being an active innovator. With the great success of Google’s Android and Microsoft Windows Phone, Blackberry was left a bit … Read more →

Analyzing the security features and loopholes of major mobile operating systems

With the sales of smartphones starting to exceed those of PCs, companies have started to look at these mobile devices as more than just fancy accessories that employees are given as “perks”. Smartphones are becoming a critical part of daily corporate life. Indeed, recent studies show that the average user spends more time on mobile … Read more →

Android closing in on Apple’s iOS in the US

Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android and RIM’s Blackberry OS are somewhat even in the United States in terms of market shares. Apple is leading with 28.6% market shares for smartphones and Android is just behind with 25.8%, according to data collected by The Nielsen Company in November 2010. A difference between iOS and Android of just … Read more →

Use VoIP on Your Android and Blackberry With Google Voice

All you Android and yes, of course BlackBerry users, attention! Now you can make calls from their mobile phones using Google Voice. Users have the advantage of a platform that can synchronize SMS, unified phone number and automated voicemail transcription. Earlier the calls could be made only using a web interface but Google Voice makes … Read more →

3 Best Smartphones In The Market

Smartphones are more than phones that you can not only make calls, but also use them to read and send emails, browse websites, use as personal organizers with to-do list and calendars, electronic books, automatic reminders and alarms, meetings and memos, business tools and digital cameras, GPS navigators and much more. 2010 has been more … Read more →

BlackBerry API Gears Up For Mobile Shopping

With the imminent arrival of the new Motorola ES400, RIM is already adding EDA-like capabilities to its Blackberry phones. When the BlackBerry 6 mobile operating system was released with the BlackBerry Torch 9800, it already supported an API for barcode scanning, one of the main features of a typical EDA. An API or Application Programming … Read more →