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BlackBerry 10 L-Series Liverpool Touch Device Images Leak

RIM’s new BlackBerry 10 device pictures have been splashed across the web and they showcase the phone brand’s first touch device.

The device named Liverpool runs on RIM’s new BlackBerry 10 OS and features BlackBerry’s L-series touch feature.  The latest leaked images display the all new BlackBerry touch device and the bezel part.

However, as of now, we can’t tell you more on the specification details but one thing is sure that the device will come with a 1800mAh LS1 battery.

It is also highly rumored that this device would don gun metal color and could therefore look similar to the iPhone 5.

Bell BlackBerry Bold 9790 on End of Life Status

Folks, do you remember the BlackBerry’s Bold 9790? Yes, the little brother of BlackBerry’s 9900.  The handset is in fact Blackberry’s shiny device with a physical QWERTY keyboard launched on December 2, 2012.

The latest we hear about this phone is that wireless carrierBellhas decided to place this RIM device on End of Life status.

The key feature of the BlackBerry 9790 is its physical QWERTY keyboard. It sports a 2.45-inch touchscreen display with 480 by 360 pixels of resolution and its 245 ppi pixel density offers nice and good image display.

Blackberry 10 OS to Come Out Only in Q1 of Next Year

It is really sad news, but Blackberry OS 10 will be coming out only by Q1 of next year. The future plan of RIM regarding the launching dates has leaked and it looks like a plan involving very good gadgets.

But the beginning date is the only undesirable news. It’s nice to know that many advanced devices are on its way. RIM could have put its latest OS on stores by end of 2012 itself.

From the RIM’s road map, it is clear that there will be devices such as the BlackBerry L and N-series smartphones (codenamedLondonandNevada) similar to the Torch and Bold series.

Blackberry 10 Launch Pushed Back to 2013

After hitting the right notes, Research In Motion, maker of BlackBerry smartphones, seems to be backing out.

It’s been reported that the Canadian company will postpone the release of its next-generation operating system for smartphones and tablets, Blackberry 10. Now it will be launched only by 2013.

After a dismal quarterly results, the company will also lay off 5,000 workers.

It’s been a tough year for the company, with the June quarter revenues decreasing by 33 percent from the previous quarter, and 43 percent from the same period last year. Though the revenues stood at $2.8 billion, it had an adjust net loss of $192 million.

RIM 16 GB BlackBerry PlayBook May Not Come At All

If you are a BlackBerry fan, then you must be waiting for the new 16 GB BlackBerry PlayBook. If so, prepare for some bad news. It seems that the much awaited 16 GB BlackBerry PlayBook will not be making anymore 16GB PlayBook. Instead they will be focusing more on the 32 GB and the 62 GB version of the PlayBook.

In fact, RIM will no longer be making the 16 GB model of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. They said that the 16 GB PlayBook will continue to be available for distributors and retailers while the quantities last.

BlackBerry 10 OS Developer Phone at RIM Labs

BlackBerry freaks, here’s something awesome coming your way. RIM has announced that they will be releasing a second BlackBerry developer device later this year. RIM’s VP of Developer Relations, Alec Saunders has confirmed during the BlackBerry Jam that close on the heels of the official launch of the BlackBerry 10 device, there will be a second very limited edition version too.

Rewind Time in Your Photograph using BlackBerry’s Newest Software

Photographs are memories on paper and most of us don’t want our memories to be spoiled by a mistake. Like for example, we do not want to close our eyes before the shutter goes off. It seems that the new BlackBerry 10 software will have the ability to correct those images and make the way you want them.

BlackBerry demonstrated the new software where there was a picture of two people and one of the two had their eyes closed before the shutter shut.

Using the software, the photographer was able to rewind the selected portion of the photograph frame by frame until he got the result that he wanted where both the people had their eyes open. Since only the selected portion was selected, everything else was basically the same.