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BlackBerry is a line of mobile e-mail and smartphone devices developed and designed by Canadian company Research In Motion (RIM) for 10 years. The consumer BlackBerry Internet Service, or BIS is available to 91 countries worldwide, on over 500 mobile service operators using various mobile technologies.

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BlackBerry reports $4.4bn loss

Dec 21 - Financial Times

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Windows Phone 8.1 vs. iOS 8: Best Points of New Windows Phone 8.1 Platform

By IBTimes AU

Windows Phone 8.1 version from Microsoft now offers several new exciting features that give differences from iOS and enough reasons for Nokia Lumia users to stay longer. (10:08 am)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, FACEBOOK, ANDROID

Nokia Lumia 530 Dual-Sim Receives Federal Communications Commission Certification: New Images Leaked Online, Price and Specs Speculations
Nokia Lumia 530: Windows Phone Handset Now On Sale In The UK With £87 Price

By IBTimes AU

The Nokia Lumia 530 is now available in the UK with a price tag starting at £87 (US$144). Interested consumers can head to three UK retailers that have the Windows Phone handset in stock. (8:02 pm)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, GERMANY, AUSTRALIA, INDIA, SMARTPHONE, SONY

Models Pose For Photographs With LG Electronics' Flagship G3 High-end Smartphone At Its Unveiling Ceremony In Seoul
Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini vs. LG G3 S (aka LG G3 Beat, LG G3 Mini) – Specs, Features And Price Showdown

By IBTimes AU

Here is a comparison of specifications, features and price pertaining to the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini and the LG G3 S (aka LG G3 Beat, LG G3 Mini). (1:01 pm)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, SAMSUNG, SONY, ANDROID

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Gestures As He Speaks At The Company's  "Build" Conference.
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Tablets (Powered By Intel Core i7 Processor) Experiencing Major Overheating Issues Even When Idle

By IBTimes AU

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 tablet is in hot water for overheating problem. (11:36 am)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, SAMSUNG, INTEL, SONY

Muslim women take pictures of themselves with a Samsung Galaxy Grand
Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 vs. BlackBerry Z10 Specs And Price Comparison In Australia

By IBTimes AU

Launched a year apart, both the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 and the BlackBerry Z10 are popular smartphones. (11:31 am)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, AUSTRALIA, ANDROID, HTC

Attendees Play A Check-In Game To Win Prizes By Tapping Their NFC-Enabled Android Smartphones
HTC One (E8) vs. Nokia Lumia 930 – Specifications, Features And Price Showdown

By IBTimes AU

Here is a comparison of specifications, features and price pertaining to the HTC One (E8) and the Nokia Lumia 930. (Aug 27)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, AUSTRALIA, SONY, ANDROID, HTC

Attendees Play A Check-In Game To Win Prizes By Tapping Their NFC-Enabled Android Smartphones
Moto X vs. Oppo N1 Mini – Specifications, Features And Price Showdown

By IBTimes AU

Here is a comparison of specifications, features and price pertaining to the Oppo N1 Mini and the Moto X. (Aug 27)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, SAMSUNG, INDIA, SONY, ANDROID

A Google Search Page Is Reflected In Sunglasses.
Google Nexus X (aka Nexus 6) With Android L Release Date Set For Halloween; Spotted In AnTuTu Revealing Full Specifications

By IBTimes AU

New Nexus 6/Nexus X sighted in AnTuTu benchmark testing site revealing specifications. (Aug 27)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, SMARTPHONE, SONY, LAWSUIT, ANDROID

BlackBerry Chief Executive John Chen Holds Up The Unreleased Blackberry Passport
BlackBerry Passport Full Specifications Revealed: Snapdragon 800, 3450-mAh Battery, 13 MP Camera With OIS, NFC And More

By IBTimes AU

BlackBerry Passport's complete specifications and features are out. (Aug 26)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, SAMSUNG, SONY

Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop demonstrates the camera technology of the company's latest high-end smartphone, the Lumia 1020
BlackBerry Z30 VS. Nokia Lumia 1020 Specs And Price Comparison In Australia

By IBTimes AU

Both the BlackBerry Z30 and the Nokia Lumia 1020 were launched in 2013. (Aug 25)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, IPHONE, SAMSUNG, AUSTRALIA, SONY