It’s called Elasty and it was created by designer Yoori Koo. It’s a silicone bumper fitted with elastic strips which allow you to stash your headphones, pens, cards etc. on the back of the phone. smart!
A decade (or so) of BlackBerry smartphones (pictures)
View images and photos in CNET's A decade of BlackBerrys (photos) - Editors' note: This gallery originally published on August 5, 2011 and was updated on January 22, 2012. On a Sunday otherwise dominated in the United States by the NFL playoffs, Research in Motion announced this evening that Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis are stepping down from their roles as co-chief executives and co-chairmen. The news may please RIM investors, who have clamored for the pair to step down over the past…
Blackberry PRIV: Yes, a BlackBerry smartphone powered by Android! Instead of BlackBerry 10, which is secure, but lacking in apps, the $699 PRIV uses Google’s Android OS and secures it with encryption technology built into the hardware and software. BlackBerry’s DTEK app lets users secure Android apps to ensure private information isn’t leaked. The PRIV has a 5.4-inch touchscreen, a slide-out keyboard, 32GB of flash memory and an 18MP rear camera. CLICK THE PIC