Research In Motion's (RIM) first BlackBerry smartphone with both a touch screen for on-screen navigation and typing and a full QWERTY, traditional BlackBerry keyboard, the BlackBerry Torch 9800, is now available in the United States on AT&T. And the brand new slider should also be landing elsewhere in the coming weeks and/or months.
If you're one of the lucky few who've already got a Torch in hand, you won't want to miss any of the following links, which include a in-depth review, handfuls of free Torch apps, a first look at upcoming Torch accessories, images and video from RIM's east coast Torch launch in New York City and more.
Even if you're still waiting for the Torch to become available in your area, or you're trying to decide whether or not to make the jump to the BlackBerry Slider, you're guaranteed to find something you didn't know about the Torch 9800 on this page.
CIO.com's Al Sacco reviews the BlackBerry Torch 9800, RIM's first BlackBerry smartphone with both a touch-screen and traditional, full QWERTY BlackBerry keyboard. Verdict: The slider hardware is sure to impress, while the software may actually depress BlackBerry enthusiasts. Here's why.
Al Sacco rounds up nine valuable, free BlackBerry apps that'll run on RIM's brand new BlackBerry Torch 9800 slider smartphone.
Al Sacco goes hands-on with RIM's brand new BlackBerry Torch 9800 slider and shares 10 notable findings.
Can RIM keep the BlackBerry fires burning in the hearts of its users with its latest Torch 9800 smartphone? Here is a look at the features that just might keep BlackBerry users from jumping ship to the an Android device or Apple's iPhone.
We share pics of a handful of upcoming BlackBerry Torch 9800 accessories from RIM's New York Torch-launch event.
Al Sacco removes the AT&T BlackBerry Torch 9800 from its retail packaging, revealing a few redesigned RIM accessories.
A new feature in RIM's BlackBerry 6 mobile OS lets corporate BlackBerry users quickly check IT policy settings.
Al Sacco shares his hands-on first impressions of the BlackBerry Torch 9800 slider.
Research In Motion (RIM) on Tuesday took the wraps off its latest BlackBerry smartphone, the BlackBerry Torch 9800. The Torch is RIM's first handheld with a touch-screen and a "physical" QWERTY keyboard, and it's the first device to run RIM's new mobile OS, BlackBerry 6.
RIM and AT&T will hold an exclusive event in NYC on August 3. Al Sacco predicts what the companies plan to announce.
Way back in May, Al Sacco accurately predicted the launch date for RIM's BlackBerry Torch 9800 slider. Al Sacco covers Mobile and Wireless for CIO.com. Follow Al on Twitter @ASacco. Follow everything from CIO.com on Twitter @CIOonline. Email Al at ASacco@CIO.com.