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Research in Motion (RIM) BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5, express or deluxe? The extensive BlackBerry Enterprise Server will be indispensable to some, but free…
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A BlackBerry 10 phone with a physical qwerty keyboard, the BlackBerry Q10 is both a great BlackBerry and a mediocre smartphone. Here's our BlackBerry Q10 review.
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The BlackBerry Passport is a fascinating device. The first truly tablet-like phablet. So how does it compare to the previous BlackBerry flagship the BlackBerry Z30…
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The BlackBerry Passport is a unique and compelling device - but it might not be the smartphone for you. Find out why in our BlackBerry Passport review.
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The BlackBerry Z30 is a well-designed piece of smartphone hardware running a decent OS that will suit business users. Is it worth buying the BlackBerry Z30? Read PC…
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Last year RIM introduced the BlackBerry Torch 9800, a touchscreen/QWERTY-keyboard hybrid. Almost exactly a year later, the BlackBerry Torch 9810 has arrived.
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The Bold series gets a much needed facelift in design and extra power under the hood. The Bold 9900 holds a lot of promise.
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The BlackBerry Bold 9650 offers Wi-Fi and a lot more memory than previous RIM smartphone handsets.
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The Bold 9790 is a business smartphone running Blackberry OS 7 featuring a touchscreen and a QWERTY keypad.
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The BlackBerry Curve 8900 from Research in Motion is available on O2, and is the 'thinnest and lightest' BlackBerry smartphone to date.
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The BlackBerry Torch 9860 is, like most touchscreen smartphones these days, almost entirely screen
£378 inc VAT
A voice-over-Wi-Fi feature makes the already excellent BlackBerry Curve even better.
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The BlackBerry Bold 9780 looks identical to its Bold 9700 predecessor, but features more memory and the new BlackBerry 6 OS. A refreshed home screen, various software…
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If you're after a BlackBerry 10 smartphone with a keyboard, and you're on a budget the Q5 is your best option. Or is it? Find out its worth in our BlackBerry Q5 review.
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The BlackBerry Storm 9500 is something of a departure for RIM, and not just because it's the first touchscreen BlackBerry
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The beautifully built BlackBerry Pearl 3G smartphone could be a valiant attempt to attract buyers more accustomed to old-school texting via an alpha-numeric keypad.
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RIM has kitted out its entry-level BlackBerry Curve smartphone with 3G connectivity. The BlackBerry Curve 3G smartphone looks identical to the BlackBerry Curve 8520,…
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The BlackBerry Curve 8520 is RIM's latest consumer smartphone, but it's noticeably slimmer than previous models in the range. RIM has refined the design of the Curve,…
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RIM's revised BlackBerry PlayBook addresses all the original tablet's shortcomings. It offers unbeatable value at £169, putting budget Android tablets to shame. Read…
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So much about the RIM BlackBerry 8830 World Edition is familiar. But one aspect is very foreign - and therein lies this Sprint phone's appeal.
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