Long ago in a galaxy far, far away, RIM ruled the enterprise mobile space with the BlackBerry. Then the iPhone and these nasty droids showed up. Google-rola, Googlorola, or Moogle--whatever you want to call the soon-to-be-merged Google and Motorola Mobility--shook up the mobile world Monday. The mobile industry and users continue to debate what the deal may mean to the patent wars and future Android devices. Working in that shadow, RIM unveiled something new Tuesday for the BlackBerry faithful--three shiny new devices that deliver what they promise, says InformationWeek.com's Fritz Nelson in his hands-on review. In these new BlackBerry models, you will find sleeker hardware, faster performance, and the new BlackBerry 7 OS. You will find that RIM has 'taken one of its most visible failures--the BlackBerry Storm (1 and 2)--and expertly revived it under the Torch moniker,' Nelson writes.
August 17, 2011
Posted by Ed at 8/17/2011 11:06:00 AM