It's another tough day on Wall Street, yet Research in Motion shares are up more than 5% after the company said it would launch a new series of smartphones operating on its BlackBerry 7 OS.
From the results of the Pwn2Own hacking competition, it looks like Android and Windows Phone 7 are tough nuts to crack.
The BlackBerry Torch isn't setting the smartphone world ablaze.
The Motorola Droid 2 and the BlackBerry Torch went on sale Thursday -- and the demand for the two new top-of-the-line smartphones was decidedly un-iPhone like.
Users of the iPhone can now download and watch TV shows on the device, AT&T announced Monday.