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BlackBerry Q5: Berry Reasonable Indeed

BlackBerry's latest smartphone can be bought in Lebanon at around USD 425. This does make a huge difference if you're considering buying the Q10, since the latter is priced nowhere less than USD 650. But can the cheaper Q5 satisfy both our fingers and our pockets? You're a physical QWERTY smartphone lover. Because you wouldn't be reading this if you weren't. Well, keeping it between us, I am one, too, and I'm totally enjoying the Q10 experience so ...
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BlackBerry Z10 Review: The Soulless Prince

We're at it at last: reviewing the long awaited BlackBerry Z10. The moment we first held the Z10 box was an emotional one: we've waited for more than a whole year to finally hold a new BlackBerry smartphone. And the Z10 comes at a very critical time for the Canadian company, after months of hard crawling and internal struggle. Of course, the Z10's features leaked some time prior to the official unveiling, and we did somehow know what to expect from ...
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Keep Moving: BlackBerry 10 Beirut Launch

So as promised, we were at the Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut, covering the BlackBerry 10 launch event. To speak the truth, this particular event came as a total surprise for us. As far as we can remember, RIM (now BlackBerry) never organized such a massive launch gig in Lebanon for any of its products or services before. But it's definitely a nice surprise. A fine one too. The setup at the Phoenicia was truly nice. Blue everywhere, on the walls, pillars, ...
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Research In Motion CEO Heins gestures while delivering his keynote address during the Blackberry Jam Americas in San Jose
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BlackBerry Announces the First BB10 Phones

In an event that took place in New York on Wednesday, January 31, 2013, BlackBerry (previously known as RIM) made several announcements concerning their company image, the new BlackBerry 10 (BB10) OS as well as the initial devices that are going to support it. Enter Blackberry (The Company) Research In Motion (RIM) officially changed its name to BlackBerry and updated its ticker symbol from RIMM to BBRY with the tagline “One brand, one promise.” BB10, ...
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