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The new BlackBerryZ10 handset and operating system should win back business users.

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BlackBerry has a key advantage. It makes both hardware and software – only Apple matches this – so it can ensure that everything works together perfectly.

UK firm Monitise gets Indonesian money moving

A British technology company is to trial the world’s first mobile payments service for the popular BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service in  Indonesia, following a trade delegation to the country last year led by David Cameron.

The new BlackBerry operating system takes some getting used to - even for old BlackBerry users.

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Sales of new BlackBerry in UK better than expected, says chief

The chief executive of BlackBerry has boasted that sales of its new device, launched last week, have boomed in the UK.

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Solid sales in UK for new BlackBerry Z10 handset

The new BlackBerry Z10 handset which was released in the UK last week is proving popular..

BlackBerry 'is picking up in UK' after new device launch

The chief executive of the BlackBerry today boasted that sales of its new device, launched last week to much fanfare, have boomed in the UK.

The new BlackBerry operating system looks more like Apple’s iOS than ever before

Not according to type: it's out with the keyboard and in with a touchscreen as BlackBerry goes for an iPhone look with its Z10

There was a time when the world loved BlackBerry. Kids adored its messenger service, corporate titans favoured its Qwerty keypad (so much easier to tap out those mission-critical  emails on the move), while everyone from Cristiano Ronaldo to P Diddy, Lady Gaga and even Barack Obama were rarely seen in public without one. 

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BlackBerry 10 smartphone launched

BlackBerry reveals its new operating system to the world today

Apple launches 128GB iPad

Apple launched a new version of its iPad tablet today with double the memory space of its current largest model.

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BlackBerry to launch new BB10 smartphone

BlackBerry's latest smartphones could see it become a force in mobile phones again after several years in decline, experts have said.

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Exposed: The army's gun-smuggling soldiers

A group of British Army soldiers based in Germany have been convicted of attempting to smuggle guns and cocaine from continental Europe to sell to the London underworld.

Facebook launch Messenger feature giving US users ability to make free phone calls

Users in US and Canada given a new way to cut the cellphone bills

In a vindication for Google, Federal Trade Commission officials added that they didn't find enough evidence to support complaints that Google unfairly favors its own services in search results

Google does not skew search results, US antitrust regulators find

US anti-trust regulators have ended a long running investigation into Google without bringing any major charges against the search engine giant, a move that is likely to disappoint rivals.

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