BlackBerry promised its BlackBerry software would take things forward, but a series of devastating delays meant that once again, the ailing firm was a step behind the competition.
We have BlackBerry to thank for popularising the notion of taking your online world with you, as part of your mobile phone. It started with decent mobile email, but found mainstream popularity beyond the besuited business world.
Luke WestawayLuke Westaway is a Senior Editor at CNET and writer/ presenter of Adventures in Tech, a thrilling gadget show produced in our London office. Lukes focus is on keeping you in the loop with a mix of video, features, expert opinion and analysis.
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You probably alreaPsychology What BlackBerry did right (videody know that BlackBerry is in serious trouble -- a once vast smartphone empire thats now cing ruin. But that doesnt mean BlackBerry hasnt made several serious contributions to the tech world. Hit play to see Adventures in Tech explain what BlackBerry did right.
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Its hard to see how BlackBerry could bounce back, at least in the world of smartphones. But with one analyst opining that could see an increase in cash flow, hope of a turnaround springs eternal. Whatever the future holds, now is a good time to press play, and remember the good ideas that BlackBerry did have.
When the first i名门棋牌Phone was revealed in , Steve Jobs made fun of devices like the BlackBerry, calling them hard to use. Indeed, Apples stripped down smartphone intece sparked a revolution of its own, and it wasnt long before Android and i名门棋牌Phone OS were BlackBerrys keyboard-touting mobiles feel extremely old-shioned.
Its no secret that BlackBerry is on the rocks -- but that doesnt mean it never had a good idea. Adventures in Tech explains.