[ Update from Kevin - OK.. so apparently BGR and BBNews got their hands on the same information... as I was blogging this post from BG, Bla1ze was blogging it from BBNews. Since we're all BlackBerry Crazy and it's the weekend, we'll just leave both posts up. Sorry for the confusion! At least you know CrackBerry.com has got you covered no matter where the information originates!]
When it rains it pours... as promised, BGR has followed up their BlackBerry Storm Presentation post with a ton of information coming out of some leaked RIM internal documents. The info is a bit on the old side (it calls for a September targeted launch of the Thunder), but does get into some awesome details on RIM's product positioning both internally and against the competition. There are also some new bits of info that us CrackBerry Addicts haven't heard yet... enter the BlackBerry Apex (codename), which is a CDMA version of the Pearl flip phone. Also, word has it that the CDMA Niagra (next-generation Curve) will feature WiFi.
There's seriously a ton of information in here... so go take a read and report back with your findings and comments!
BlackBerry Classic keyboard gets strapped to a Raspberry Pi
It's not quite a smartphone, but it could be a fun side project for the tinkering crowd.
MrMobile Retro Reviews the (very purple) BlackBerry Style!
Ready for a blast from the past?! MrMobile is taking us back in time with his retro review of the BlackBerry Style!!
Google will pay you a measly $1.50 a week to track EVERYTHING on your phone
Google already tracks a lot of your data, whether you want them to or not. But for a mere pittance they'll track even more of it! Why? All so they can better sell ads to put in front of your face. Cooooooool.
Samsung plays it safe with the new Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra
Stop me if you've heard this one before: Samsung's new top-end Galaxy S23 lineup features a 6.1-inch smartphone, a bigger 6.6-inch S23+, and an even-larger Galaxy S23 Ultra that goes all-out on the cameras.