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Liveblog: BlackBerry 10 launch event starts 10 a.m. EST on January 30

RIM is set to unveil not only a new operating system, but two new handsets to potentially carry the company into a new age. It all goes down at an event in New York City this Wednesday when the BlackBerry 10 OS will officially debut. And with the release, RIM will attempt to step to iOS and Android—the mobile platforms outpacing it …

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RIM’s BlackBerry 10 Apps Challenge is now live

Research in Motion (RIM) has announced the BlackBerry 10 Apps Challenge: a free contest by RIM India and Devworx aimed at giving developers a chance to flaunt the best of their app ideas for BlackBerry 10 and win prizes. In its official statement, RIM claims that this is one of the best opportunities for amateur and professional developers to develop …

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T-Mobile Confirms it Will Carry BlackBerry Q10

For those of you who have been waiting for BlackBerry’s new Q10 handset, that wait is getting shorter. T-Mobile has announced that it will be carrying the keyboard touting Q10, with pre-registration starting on April 29th. Pricing and release dates are still TBD, but by signing up for alerts on T-Mobile’s website you will be one of the first to …

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BlackBerry Z10 price drops to Rs 29,990 in India

Update: BlackBerry has now released an official word pointing out that the BlackBerry Z10 is on hand for Rs 29,990 as a limited length festive offer. BlackBerry had left many tongues wagging when it launched the Z10 prior this year for a hefty value of Rs 43,490. Now, the fee has been slashed the entire method all the way down …

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BlackBerry services hit by global outage

BlackBerry services hit BlackBerry services were rendered inaccessible yesterday for several of its users the world over, including in India, following a service outage.   A report on the Globe and Mail yesterday confirmed that the company’s technical team was looking into the matter and added that the services were getting back to normal.   The Canadian company, however, did not …

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