Streamed live on Feb 5, 2013
Another week of big smartphone news — especially in the Blackberry space — means that we have another Verge Mobile Show to bring you. Plus, in honor of RIM renaming itself BlackBerry (because that's what everybody calls it anyway), we're renaming The Verge Mobile Show. Tune in for "Three or four guys talk about smartphones, 'The Fast and the Furious,' and the nutritional value of various vegetables" (because that's what everybody calls it anyway). There's also a small chance we'll append various other descriptors to the title, including but not limited to "orange phones, carrier spectrum, and weather apps." You'll want to join us this week, because there's been major movement in pretty much every single topic mentioned above. Tune in!
For an audio only version, comments, and links to subscriptions visit the show post on The Verge: http://vrge.co/Y8oLG6
Research In Motion rebrands itself as BlackBerry
BlackBerry Z10 review: a new life, or life support?
BlackBerry Z10 on sale across the UK: here's where to buy one
BlackBerry Z10 announced, launching mid-March in the US for $199.99
BlackBerry 10 to support Android 4.1 Jelly Bean apps and runtime... eventually
Smartphone stragglers: Microsoft and BlackBerry battle to secure third place
The BlackBerry Q10 is a QWERTY smartphone designed to compete in 2013
With major apps in the bag, Instagram could be BlackBerry's next big score
HTC mocks Nokia's PureView, teases a 'new camera experience'
HTC M7 briefly revealed on stage by excited CEO Peter Chou at company's year end party
Less is more: there's an iPhone-sized gap in the Android phone market
Microsoft confirms CardDAV and CalDAV support are coming to Windows Phone
Nokia announces Windows Phone 7.8 update rolling out now
Three UK promises to provide LTE without increasing prices
Motorola job listing confirms 'X-Phone' project in the works
Formerly Nokia-owned luxury brand Vertu may soon launch an Android phone
Lenovo defies PC market trends with record profits and shipments
Lenovo's loss-making phone division to be profitable within six months, promises CEO
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