commentary A BlackBerry without a keyboard? Sacrilege, I suspect many of the faithful will say.
But Research In Motion has bit the bullet and shed its physical keyboard -- arguably the defining trait of its best phones -- and has opted to go virtual with its BlackBerry 10 operating system (at least for the initial phone). And even though I argued as recently as a few months ago that a physical keyboard should remain intact with the next-generation of BlackBerrys, I find myself warming up to the idea.
If BlackBerry 10 is supposed to represent a wholesale change and jump … Read more