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According to a new tell-all on the company’s history, RIM (as it was then known) management rejected Justin Bieber’s pitch to be a brand ambassador.
Known as a die-hard BlackBerry fan, U.S. President Barack Obama says he is not allowed to use the iPhone due to “security reasons.”
Since no deal has been made for BlackBerry’s buyout and no deal is on the horizon either, the Canadians are said to be going about their business as usual, working on follow-up devices for the Z30 and Q10 despite sales numbers looking horrendous.
The rumor about BlackBerry Z30’s US release timeline from back September may have been off by a month or so, but the biggest and baddest BB device ever has at long last landed on Verizon earlier today.
A new report suggests that Blackberry’s board rejected takeover proposals from leading technology players.
Departing Blackberry CEO says he will be “cheering from the sidelines” after handing over the reins to interim CEO John Chen.
Chinese telecom manufacturer denies it was considering buying Blackberry, or any other company.
The Canadian government blocked the deal due to “national security concerns”.
“Delay” in Fairfax investment deal and ousting of ex-CEO Thorsten Heins means Fairfax’s due diligence found something nasty.
BlackBerry announces that the Fairfax deal has not materialized, and will instead seek a $1 billion in debt. CEO Thorsten Heins has been shown the door as the struggling handset manufacturer looks to recover lost ground.
Qualcomm is the latest manufacturer to be interested in launching a bid for the beleaguered BlackBerry.
BlackBerry Messenger seems to have some life left in it yet, as BlackBerry has revealed that over 20 million new users were added to BBM after it was launched on Android and iPhone.
BlackBerry has been accused of “astroturfing”, or artificially jacking up its reputation through fake reviews. But BlackBerry is quick to deny involvement.
Reports from the Canadian press have added John Sculley is exploring a takeover bid for the troubled company.
BlackBerry has announced that BBM for Android and iPhone will start rolling out in a few hours.
“You can continue to count on Blackberry,” the company says while negotiating a deal to go private.
Blackberry looks to bypass regular distribution channels in order to clear inventory.
In a round of further bad news for BlackBerry, T-Mobile has decided not to offer BlackBerry smartphones in brick and mortar stores anymore. The decision comes just days after BlackBerry announced huge losses and its intention to lay off 40% of its workforce.
BlackBerry has announced that the BBM app for Android and iPhone won’t be relaunched this week, as the company works on resolving issues the leaked Android version of the app caused over the weekend.