Slideshow: BlackBerry -- then and now

Recession. What recession? Research in Motion is pushing on ahead with it local expansion plans by formally opening its new regional headquarters in Sydney to serve customers in Australia and New Zealand. As part of the opening, which featured guests from the SNW government and Canadian consulate, RIM also showcased 10 years of innovation with a display of BlackBerry devices from past to present. Take a look at our slideshow to see how the BlackBerry has evolved.

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The BlackBerry Curve 8300 series (bottom left), which features support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS, was also launched in 2007. The first BlackBerry smartphone to feature a flip-form factor, the Pearl Flip 8220 (top right) and the first BlackBerry smartphone to feature a touch screen, the Storm smartphone (bottom right) both hit shelves in 2008.

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