BlackBerry (NASDAQ: BBRY) unveiled the BlackBerry Q5 smartphone at the company's annual BlackBerry Live conference in Orlando, Florida. The Q5, the third smartphone running the BlackBerry 10 ecosystem, aims for consumers in emerging markets.
The Q5 is a low-cost version of the BlackBerry Q10 with BlackBerry 10 functionality and a QWERTY keyboard that resembles older BlackBerry Bold and Curve models. The phone comes with a 3.1-inch 720x720 LCD more »
BlackBerry 10 integrates software developed from QNX Software Systems, which powers BlackBerry's new line of smartphones and PlayBook. QNX, acquired by BlackBerry in 2010, is a software company that develops operating systems, development tools and services for connected embedded systems.
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LG Electronics entered the New Year announcing the sale of its next-generation TV display — LG 55EM9700 — a 55-inch organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV. The company's announcement concludes the race with its rival, Samsung Electronics, to determine which company will first bring OLED technology to the marketplace.
LG retail outlets in South Korea have started accepting pre-orders from only domestic customers for KRW 11-million (US $10,000) with shipments scheduled more »
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) dominated tech news in 2012. Apple maintained its dominance in the smartphone and tablet markets, but faced heightened competition against devices running on Google's Android OS.
According to market research firm International Data Corp (IDC), Android managed to capture 75% of the worldwide market in the third quarter (Q3) of 2012 — an increase of 17.5% from Q3 2011. Apple's iOS more »