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For many die-hard BlackBerry users, the Q10 – not the Z10 released earlier this year – is the phone they’ve been waiting for. The Q10 is a strange beast. It offers a physical Qwerty keyboard and a square touch display in the age of the all-touch rectangle. And, despite its jaw-dropping price tag of R8 999, the Q10

With its new BlackBerry 10 (BB10) platform, Canada’s BlackBerry isn’t simply looking to silence its critics by offering a smartphone as good as anything else on the market. It also wants the operating system to be the frontrunner in what CEO Thorsten Heins calls “the move from mobile

BlackBerry hasn’t ruled out the possibility of licensing its new operating system, BlackBerry 10 (BB10), to other smartphone manufacturers if the business model and timing for such a move were right. “Licensing is part of our strategic review and we’re looking into this,” Heins tells TechCentral at BlackBerry’s Canadian

Sidestepping the ZA Tech Show’s service provider’s best efforts to sabotage the new recording time, Brett Haggard and Steven Ambrose get together a day later than planned to discuss 4G/LTE on the iPhone 5, the launch of BlackBerry 10, Microsoft’s 4Afrika campaign

BlackBerry’s new devices are too data intensive to use the company’s flat rate – and heavily compressed – BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS), provoking concern from South African BlackBerry lovers that it will be much more expensive to use the

BlackBerry 10, the cornerstone of the turnaround strategy of the company known until Wednesday as Research in Motion, has landed. And along with it are two brand new BlackBerry devices, a touch-screen model, the Z10, and a hybrid keyboard and touch version, the Q10. The Z10 is expected