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Facebook Messaging Apps (including WhatsApp) & BlackBerry In Patent War
Battle of the flagships 2017. They just keep coming
WhatsApp Shutting down WhatsApp Web for Symbian and Blackberry OS
Blackberry OS market share hits the 0.0% mark
An estimated 10% of Zimbabwean smartphone users to be affected as WhatsApp ends support for Blackberry, Nokia
$20 for a Blackberry Curve: Harare’s thriving market for street devices
Android takes over as the leading mobile operating system in Zimbabwe
Device and OS review 2014: What was worth the mention
First impressions of the CABS mobile banking app
Zim mobile OS stats: Android market grows but Nokia still leader
Blackberry Passport: the (old) new entrant for the enterprise
The Zimbabwe government needs to allow BlackBerry? Really?
Naija MNOs fined for poor service, Blackberry Q20: Regional & Global round up
Does anyone in Zimbabwe use BBM at all?
Zimbabwean BlackBerry phone owners left in the cold, as BBM rolls out to ‘everyone’
Here’s how to get BBM immediately if you don’t have a Samsung device
BBM finally arrives, but only to Samsung device owners. Here’s a workaround
You know a company has issues, and you understand their decline when…
No BBM this week as BlackBerry struggles with leaked version.. Acquisition!
Leaked BBM Android version downloaded 1.1m times, causes rollout delay
BlackBerry’s BBM now live for iPhones, Android users to wait a bit longer
Twilight: death of the feature phone
The irony of the Android BBM messaging app in Zimbabwe
What happened at the RHoK Hackathon, part 2 of 3
Android & iPhone users: BBM to come to a device near you
Techzim’s most popular tech questions and answers in 2012
Why are Zimbabweans holding their breath for BlackBerry?
BlackBerry services returning to normal says Research in Motion
Day 4 of BlackBerry issues. We’re letting you down, says RIM executive