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Geezam Poll: BlackBerry Q10 or Z10, which one are you most likely to buy?
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Geezam Poll: BlackBerry Q10 or Z10, which one are you most likely to buy?

2013 is less than 3 months old and the tech world is already offering up a lot of exciting news and changes. It wasn't so long ago that RIM, um I mean Blackberry showed off their new smartphones powered by their all new Blackberry 10 operating system. The familiar Q10 with its hardware keyboard and the trendy Z10 make up the first volley of releases from a rejuvenated Blackberry trying keep to hold on to and expand its shrinking market share. Are you interested in buying one of the new Blackberry phones? Yes? great! However, even if the answer is no which of the two offerings would you most likely buy? Vote int he poll below.
Blackberry 10: Can It Rescue Blackberry?
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Blackberry 10: Can It Rescue Blackberry?

I won't lie, I love what I am seeing in the latest OS released by Blackberry(yes the company is now Blackberry, RIM is no more) today. The interface seems slick and very intuitive and I like the way it makes accessing personal data on the phone much easier than it was before. One thing I am not so keen about though is the traction that this OS is going to gain in the already saturated high-end smartphone market, yes the OS is new and adds a fresh new breath to the re-branded Blackberry, but will people catch unto it? I personally would try the OS and I believe many blackberry lovers worldwide would as well. I am notoriously anti-Blackberry as I am disappointed with the current Blackberry OS that looks and functions like a decade old feature phone Operating System, however this new OS do...
BlackBerry 10 Officially launches – Z10 and Q10 flagship devices
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BlackBerry 10 Officially launches – Z10 and Q10 flagship devices

BlackBerry today announced details via multiple live global events about the new iteration of their blackBerry platform - BlackBerry 10. RIM or BlackBerry as they are now official known set out to "Re-design. Re-engineer. Re-invent" their mobile operating system and platform and they have largely succeeded in breathing new life into the company many have written off as dead. All eyes are now on BlackBerry who I feel have closed the gap in the features, technology, and design brackets. I don't think they have won over many of the Apple fanboys or Android geeks but they may have succeeded in impressing shaky BlackBerry users who were close to switching and die-hard BlackBerry fans feeling left in the dust by sleeker, cooler more powerful phones. BlackBerry is in a 3rd place battle with Wi...