BlackBerry is teasing possibly the final two handhelds it’ll ever make in style, revealing not only their names and ETAs, but also their “classic” and eccentric respectively designs.
The BlackBerry Q30 should offer a QWERTY-enabled smartphone with a larger display than existing BlackBerry 10 devices with physical keyboards.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen: ‘If I cannot make money on handsets, I will not be in the handset business’
BlackBerry CEO John Chen announced that he is ready to shift focus away from the handset division in a bid to turn BlackBerry profitable by 2016.
John Chen does not like confidential information leaking out before it is announced and has stated that his organization will take legal action against leakers.
Apple TV and Roku competitor was in development but was cancelled for unknown reasons.
John Chen’s remark was apparently in jest after being asked about the popularity of the iPhone.
The struggling company says it may very well enter the tablet market once again after a failed attempt in 2011.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says he would recommend the board to take a $19 billion buyout offer for BlackBerry Messenger.
Blackberry’s latest (final?) attempt at a comeback starts at 2014’s Mobile World Congress, where John Chen, the company’s Executive Chairman and CEO, has taken the wraps off two new low-cost, mid-range smartphones.
The ailing Canadian manufacturer is expected to bring back the “belt” of four physical keys, with a trackpad in the middle in a bid to appeal to former loyalists.
BlackBerry’s staging a comeback, there’s no question about it, as rumors of multiple future handhelds, both low-end and (extremely) high-end, are gaining credibility.
Aside from the nearly confirmed sub-$200 “Jakarta”, BlackBerry may have something else in the pipeline, namely a mystery device codenamed “Ontario” and set to finally go all-in on hardware.
BlackBerry has announced that the BlackBerry 10.2.1 (BB10) update will start rolling out to devices around the world from today.
BlackBerry will target the sub-$200 segment with its Foxconn manufactured handset as the manufacturer looks to reinvent itself.
The company believes Typo’s keyboard case is a “blatant infringement” against its keyboard.
Blackberry’s new CEO says he’s planned a three-year road to recovery for the struggling smartphone company.
BlackBerry in freefall after $4.6 billion loss on charges, announces deal with Foxconn to make budget handsets
The situation at BlackBerry hasn’t gotten any better since new CEO John Chen took over, but now it looks like the Canadian manufacturer is heading in a new direction by striking a deal with Foxconn to manufacture its budget handsets for fast-growth markets.
BlackBerry has managed to court LG into pre-installing BlackBerry Messenger on its smartphones.
If you have ever been double minded about having a large touchscreen display or a physical keyboard, fear not, Typo iPhone keyboard case is the answer to your prayers.
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.