Run to down to the cellar, kids, the BlackBerry Storm2 is rolling in! We're battening down the hatches for BlackBerry's second attempt at a touchscreen phone
Here's what you get when you pair BlackBerry developers with robots made from a Lego Mindstorm kit.
Starting in March, Verizon will let customers with some smartphones use the Internet telephony application over its 3G network.
The BlackBerry Torch 9800 uses time-tested internal components that provide stability but lack the wow factor.
Free phone, free shipping, free activation (on some models)--and you even stand to pocket $50 if you take advantage of Bing Cashback.
On a recent trip to the California desert, CNET Blog Network's Brooke Crothers had a chance to put Verizon (BlackBerry) and AT&T (iPhone 3GS) service to the test.
The BlackBerry Storm 2 has some catching up to do in the browser department.
That $350 fee doubles the current one, but Verizon insists it's justified because of the higher prices of today's phones.
Bill Keller from the New York Times let slip he's been working on a version of the New York Times for the Apple Slate. Great! What the hell is the Apple Slate? well obviously it's a much-rumored Apple Tablet. We also discuss T-Mobile's unlimited plans
Thanks to the Nokia World Conference, we have a lot to talk about today.