Research in Motion has reinvented itself as BlackBerry, and reinvented its flagship device with the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. This is not incremental upgrade — the long-delayed OS is a fundamental change. Our launch coverage is collected below.
The Waterloo, Ont.-based mobile pioneer kickstarts its bid to reclaim the smart phone market with two new phones and a bold rebranding of the company. Howard Solomon reports from the Toronto launch
The company formerly known as Research in Motion shows it's willing to put in the marketing spadework, writes IT World Canada's Dave Webb
BB10 launch: The day after
As the company prepares a cross-Canada push, customers are enthusiastic about the new BlackBerry 10 handsets. But some industry and financial analysts wonder if it's enough
There's agreement the new handsets will stand out, but skepticism that they will allow BlackBerry to make major gains on iPhone and Android
Jeff Jedras pulls together our social media coverage of the launch on Computer Dealer News
All Hands on Tech: Video review of the new BlackBerry Z10