Arthur Goldstuck considers the various formats and price tags of the new high-end phones that have arrived in South Africa in the past few months.
A new service allows users to sell old phones and tablets, but deleting information before selling a device does not wipe your slate clean.
The Passport is one of the most unusual new shapes in smartphones since Motorola’s FlipOut way back in 2010.
BlackBerry has announced the Z3 smartphone, a new all-touch BlackBerry 10 smartphone designed with Indonesian customers in mind, will come to SA soon.
Sean Bacher reviews new apps for 2014, including Tagaboom, App Stalker, Active Fitness, I’m Bored and ICEPlus – an app that no one should be without.
Ill-conceived decisions by Blackberry's chief executives have plunged the cellphone company into dire straits, but can anything be done to save it?
The once high-tech tool of world leaders and the financial elite has lost its cutting-edge reputation, aspirational appeal and its customers.
There is no "back door pipeline" to BlackBerry SA's platform, the company says, after reports that the UK had been monitoring e-mails and phone calls.
Although there's little glory in bronze, BlackBerry and Microsoft are battling for third position in the smartphone market.
In a surprise move, BlackBerry is taking its popular chat service cross-platform, with iPhone and Android versions due out later this year.
Thorsten Heins made the comment on the eve of the much-delayed launch of the new touchscreen BlackBerry in the United States.
The much-debated question of how many apps an app store needs was put in a South African context at BlackBerry Jam developer conference in Amsterdam.
Research in Motion has been killed off as a brand, even as BlackBerry is resurrected, in a symbolic burying of the recent, disastrous past.
BlackBerry's App World has been replaced by BlackBerry World, a new multimedia storefront that appears to go head to head against iTunes.
A technophile looks at the smartphone platforms of today and predicts what the future looks like.
Is BlackBerry manufacturer RIM out of the woods? If all you looked at was its after-hours share price and analysts' forecasts, you might think so.
Thorsten Heins has defended RIM less than a week after it revealed an operating loss of $643-million.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion says it would be "plain wrong" for its future models not to have physical keyboards favoured by its users.