Expect just one or two new phones from Canada-based BlackBerry this year, and none that runs on the firm's own BlackBerry 10 software. All new BlackBerry devices for 2016 will be Android-based.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO, doesn’t have his head in the sand when it comes to Redmond’s standing in the smartphone market. He sees the grim reality of the rankings but he's hopeful for the future.
Customers of AT&T who want new cellphones will now have to update their devices by paying the full retail prices upfront or through monthly installment plans because AT&T is ending its 2-year contracts.
It’s almost 2016, which must mean another iPhone is on the way. Not only will we be getting a new iPhone, but one with significant changes over previous models, if we are to believe the rumors.
ABOUT OUR NETWORK
TERMS OF SERVICE