The Toronto International Film Festival concluded on Sunday and the People's Choice Blackberry Award went to "Silver Linings Playbook," starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. Since it's debut at the festival, the film has earned rave reviews and generated considerable Oscar buzz.
In an interview, presidential candidate Mitt Romney revealed that he is "kind of a fan" of "Jersey Shore" star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi.
Nokia Windows Phone 8 Devices Among First In UK With LTE, But Are Users Willing To Ditch iOS And Android?
The Nokia Lumia 920, a flagship Windows Phone 8 device that was recently unveiled, will be released in the United Kingdom as one of the first smartphones in that area to feature LTE connectivity. UK carrier Everything Everywhere has just announced that its plans to roll out a 4G LTE network will be put into effect, and it will be rebranding itself as EE from here on forward.
Turning long-running speculations into fact, Apple sent out invitations Tuesday, confirming a special media event related to the next iPhone, aka "iPhone 5," in San Francisco on Sept. 12. The event is scheduled to take place at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 10 am PT.
What is Kik? This article provides an answer to this question, which many people are finding themselves asking as they learn about the newest social networks and electronic communication technologies on the market.
Apple iPhone 5 Feature Appears In Allegedly Leaked Photo: NFC Chip Visible Along With Other Reported Components
The release date for Apple’s iPhone 5 is expected to come next month, and yet another allegedly leaked photo of what is expected to be the device’s front panel has surfaced. These newly discovered photographs reportedly provide evidence that Apple has implemented its first Near Field Communication (NFC) compatibility in the iPhone 5.
Windows Phone Users Likely To Overtake BlackBerry In US By November; Android, iOS Users To Maintain Lead
The Windows Phone is all set to garner a third rank in the mobile OS race in the U.S. by November 2012, due to the continuous downslide of the BlackBerry market share, web usage data from StatCounter revealed.
Market researcher Gartner Group (NYSE: IT) said global smartphone sales eased 2.3 percent in the second quarter to 419 million units, accounting for a record 36.7 percent of all mobile phone sales.
BlackBerry developer Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM) has been approached by International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) about a possible sale of its enterprise services unit, Bloomberg News reported, citing two insiders.
According to a new IDC report, Android and iOS together accounted for 85 percent of all smartphones shipped in the second quarter of 2012, establishing a new combined high for the mobile operating systems from Google and Apple.
No surprise. Smartphones operating on the Android OS from Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), the No. 1 search engine and the iOS from Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world's most valuable technology company, now power 85 percent of all new smartphones, IDC estimated.
Research in Motion (RIM.TO) refuted on Wednesday a new round of Indian media reports, which claim that the BlackBerry maker has granted the government the encryption keys to its secure corporate email and messaging services.
Olympics 2012: Top 5 Live Streaming Apps, Where To See Photos And Highlights Of The London Games For Free
The 2012 Olympic Games are in full swing, running from July 27 through August 12 in London. From swimming, to gymnastics to archery, nations all over the world unite to compete in the most monumental and historical series of sporting events.
Android Market Share Declines In US, Apple iOS Gains Ground As iPhone 5 Expected To Strengthen Growth: Report
According to a latest report released by the research firm Strategy Analytics on Wireless Smartphone Strategies, though Android still dominates the mobile OS market in the U.S., its market share declined over the last year. On top of that, while Android lost its grip on the market significantly, rival Apple's iOS platform grew rather rapidly during the same period of time.
Most Apple fans couldn't wait to download OS X Mountain Lion, the eighth iteration of the OS X software line for Mac, and as a result, the Mac App Store was flooded early Wednesday morning with download requests for the $19.99 upgrade. Most early adopters of Mountain Lion love the beast, but most major software upgrades are not without their fair share of bugs, issues, errors and omissions. Would OS X Mountain Lion suffer the same fate?
There's always a big buzz whenever Apple releases new hardware or software - or really, any time Apple does anything publicly - and today is no different. Apple released OS X Mountain Lion this morning, which is the eighth edition of its OS X software for Mac. Many will have upgraded to OS X Mountain Lion by now, but others are waiting to know if Mountain Lion is worth upgrading to immediately. Here's why you should wait.
Apple promised a July release date for OS X Mountain Lion, the eighth edition of Apple's OS X software for Mac, and the company came through. As confirmed by Apple's fourth quarter earnings conference call on Tuesday evening, OS X Mountain Lion promptly released on Wednesday for $19.99. The upgrade is exclusively downloadable via the Mac App Store.
iPhone 5 Release Could Push Apple To 170 Million Units Sold Annually; Half Of Sales ?Already In The Bag,? Analyst Says
Once you go Apple, you never go back. Apparently that?s the attitude the majority of iPhone owners take, according to a new data from an analyst at Piper Jaffray.
Remy Ma called in to Hot 97 Monday night to confirm that she is not dead and put and end to a Twitter death hoax that had the hip hop community afraid they'd heard the last of the legendary rapper.
More Americans use iPhones than any version of Android smartphones, but Google's operating system bests Apple when it comes to marketshare, with 51.8 percent of smartphone users owning an Android handset compared to 34 percent with iPhones, according to new data released Thursday.
Research in Motion CEO Thorsten Heins has been saying the same thing for weeks: Pay no attention to the man behind that curtain. Despite massive layoffs, dramatic drop-offs in market share and a rapidly decaying portfolio for investors, Heins firmly believes that RIM's best is yet to come.
The late King Hussein of Jordan titled his autobiography ?Uneasy Lies the Head.? That could be the title Thorsten Heins, CEO of Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM), the ailing BlackBerry developer, could use for his book, too.
Despite no announcements ahead of its Tuesday annual meeting, BlackBerry developer Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM) is worth another $130 million by midday Friday.
Investors in Research In Motion Ltd should not re-elect one-time lead director John Richardson to the board of the struggling BlackBerry maker at Tuesday's annual meeting, proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis said.
Shares of BlackBerry developer Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM) soared as much as 6.8 percent Thursday despite any corporate news.
Research In Motion is in trouble. The BlackBerry maker has been suffering from an identity crisis for the last six months, which has resulted in mass layoffs, lots of job shuffling, dramatic drop-offs in market share and a quickly decaying portfolio for investors. But not according to newly-appointed CEO Thorsten Heins; in his eyes, RIM is all roses and rainbows and puppy kisses right now!
The first minutes of The Newsroom pilot episode are a harbinger of the appalling gender representations to come. While giving a talk at a university, the show's protagonist, newscaster Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels), explodes after a perky blonde college sophomore asks a (stupid) question about why America is the greatest country in the world, referring to the dumbfounded student as a sorority girl who may or may not accidentally wander into a voting booth one day.
Shares of BlackBerry developer Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM) fell nearly 20 percent after announcing a first-quarter loss of $518 million and a further delay in shipping the next-generation BlackBerry 10.
Top Post-Market Nasdaq Movers (Smith & Wesson, Lincare, Fushi, Synta , Amtech, RIM, Cree, Seattle, Finish Line, Ascena)
The top after-market Nasdaq gainers Thursday were Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation, Lincare Holdings Inc, Fushi Copperweld Inc, Synta Pharmaceuticals Corp and Amtech Systems Inc. The top after-market Nasdaq losers were: Research in Motion Limited, Cree Inc, Seattle Genetics Inc, The Finish Line Inc and Ascena Retail Group Inc.
BlackBerry developer Research in Motion will fire nearly a third of its 16,500 employees in a bid to stay alive for another nine months so that it can finally launch the BlackBerry 10.