RIM has released the final version of its BlackBerry 10 OS software for developers to start writing apps.
For those on the other side of the pond, mark your calendars: BlackBerry Z10 may be available to U.K. customers in just a few days.
The software lets businesses manage a fleet of BlackBerry 10, iOS or Android devices in anticipation of the launch of the first BlackBerry 10 handsets at month's end.
RIM is expected to unveil its devices on January 30, with a launch coming roughly four to six weeks after.
In attempt to get you excited about the Super Bowl ad for its Z10, BlackBerry tweets a still from the ad. But what is it?
The first next-generation BlackBerry will come in multiple variants and pack some decent horsepower, according to Techradar.
Chief execs with all three top carriers have confirmed that they'll support devices on RIM's all-new operating system set to launch in coming weeks.
Research In Motion finally sets the launch date for its next-generation mobile operating system, in what's likely its last, best shot at a turnaround.
Chief Marketing Officer Frank Boulben tells CNET that Research In Motion will show off more of BlackBerry 10's capabilities, but there will be no big reveal until closer to the launch date.
The best photos yet have emerged showing off the first BlackBerry 10 phone -- and it looks a lot like the iPhone 5.