BlackBerry have revealed their fourth quarter, end of year results for fiscal 2013. And it seems the launch of the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone and BB10 operating system is having a positive effect on the flailing company's fortunes. 1 million BlackBerry…
The first touch-only handset in the new BlackBerry 10 range from the re-christened BlackBerry (formally known as RIM), The BlackBerry Z10 has the weight of a whole company resting on its shoulders. Can it keep pace with the iPhone and Android big boys, and put the BlackBerry brand at the top of the smartphone market once more? Read our review to find out!
RIM are renamed BlackBerry, and with the company name change comes the launch of BlackBerry 10, the company's great hope for making a dent in the smartphone market dominated by Apple's iPhone and Google's Android OS. It's a unique take on mobile interfaces, and a slick one at that, but is BB10 compelling enough to claw back users from the competition? Read on to find out!
HTC have promised a "quality over quantity" approach to their Android smartphone line-up this year, and the HTC One X represents the pick of their pile. Have HTC made good on the claim, and can the HTC One X do enough to fend off stiff competition from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5? Read on to find out!
Sony's first own-branded smartphone, and the company's first flagship handset since the split from Ericsson, there's a lot riding on the Xperia S. With a stylish design and a top-notch specs list, does it do enough right to deserve a reception any better than the lukewarm response to the Sony/Ericsson lines that have preceded it?
After months, years even, of rumours of a mythical "PSP Phone" Sony Ericsson finally revealed the PlayStation-certified Xperia play at MWC 2011.With the handset finally touching down in the US this week, even more gamers will be able to get some Android/PlayStation hybrid action very soon. But can the Xperia Play live up to the expectations years' worth of whispers have left it with, or will it suffer the same sorry fate as Nokia's N-Gage gaming/mobile crossover?
Super slim, super light and super fast, the Samsung Galaxy S II is quite the smartphone. Is this the Android handset to finally make Apple fanboys turn their backs on the iPhone?