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SecuTABLET, an Android tablet promising top notch security for enterprises, has been launched by BlackBerry's subsidiary, Secusmart in partnership with Samsung and IBM.
After working with Samsung to boost security on its Galaxy Android devices, BlackBerry is now collaborating with Google to offer a 'highly secure mobile solution' for other Android manufacturers.
A former BlackBerry's executive has announced his departure from the company to join Microsoft where he will work with startups; Saunders has also worked for Microsoft in the past.
A browser version of WhatsApp has finally arrived after months of speculation and can be accessed using the Chrome browser by users who have the latest app on their smartphones.
BlackBerry, known for its development of smartphones, is working with Boeing to create a 'James Bond'-style smartphone that self-destructs when tampered with.
BlackBerry Classic pre-orders for North America have completely sold out, according to the information displayed on the pre-order page, which may suggest that the company is slowly bouncing back.
Ford has announced that it will be parting ways with Microsoft for the next generation of its Sync platform and will use Blackberry's QNX instead to replace its infotainment system.
Samsung has partnered with Blackberry to integrate Blackberry's BES12 security software into Samsung's Android smartphones. What benefits does this bring to both companies?
Security researchers, developers and hackers tried their luck in exploiting various devices and OS(s) in HP's annual Pwn2Own event. A prize pool of $425,000 was distributed among the winners.
A new survey polling users of the BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Phone platforms has found that WP users remain the most dedicated; that is, they're the least likely to switch to Apple's iPhone 6.
BlackBerry has announced that it will be hosting an event on September 24 in various cities and it is expected that the company will launch the oft-leaked Passport smartphone.
If you are excited about the upcoming Passport smartphone from BlackBerry that features a real keyboard, then you may also be excited to know that it will also support 4K video recording.
BlackBerry's latest BBM release for Windows Phone finally drops its 'beta' tag - while the more secure BBM Protected service is coming this year to iOS and Android for an annual fee of $30 per device.
BlackBerry's new Passport - which features an unusual square high-resolution 1440x1440px 4.5-inch display - has been prematurely detailed in a promotional video from UK retailer Carphone Warehouse.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has said that the company's three-year restructuring - which has seen its workforce reduced by 60% to just 7,000 - is now over, and BlackBerry will soon begin hiring again.
BlackBerry has announced that its BBM messaging app is now available to download for all users from the Windows Phone Store, just a few weeks after it was first released as a beta.
In a sign of the times, Ford Motor Company has decided to drop BlackBerry, who previously supplied company-issued phones for Ford's many employees, in lieu of Apple iPhones.
BlackBerry is prepping the launch of its latest operating system, version 10.3, which will feature the company's homegrown personal assistant known simply as BlackBerry Assistant.
BlackBerry has opened up registration for its BBM beta for Windows Phone, allowing anyone to sign up for the new app right now - although you still won't be able to download it just yet.
Smartphone maker, BlackBerry, has sold off its R&D assets in Germany to Volkswagen which will result in the shift of over 200 employees to the automaker's Infotainment division.
BlackBerry has accused its rivals of spreading "fear, uncertainty and doubt" about the company, and says the media have "crowded the airwaves" with "sensationalized reports" about its performance.
BlackBerry CEO, John Chen showed off the company's upcoming smartphones, the Classic and the Passport featuring full keyboards, during a Q&A session after the company's earnings report today.
After waiting for a really long time, Windows Phone users will be able to enjoy using BlackBerry Messenger starting this July. The upcoming app was officially mentioned today by BlackBerry's CEO.
A recently struck deal has let BlackBerry with access to Amazon's rapidly growing App store. The market will be made available with the BB 10.3 update, set for release in the upcoming months.
A man went to the hospital after he swallowed a Blackberry mobile phone and it became lodged in his throat. Warning, the video is not for the squeamish, and bodily fluids are shown.
BlackBerry can claim a small victory - at least in the UK, where it's still more popular than Windows Phone for consumers (you read that right) despite a damaging decline in worldwide market share.
Images of BlackBerry's new Q30 'Windermere' have leaked, revealing a rather awkward looking device with a square 1440x1440px display, and an unusual physical keyboard with capacitive touch support.
CEO John Chen says BlackBerry can't compete effectively against its rivals for developers - and even admits that he may not be the best person for the job - but insists that BlackBerry isn't dead yet.
According to industry analysts IDC, BlackBerry's global market share in 2014 will be just 0.8%, and will fall further to 0.3% by 2018 - by which time, they say, Windows Phone will have grown to 6.4%.
Divide, an enterprise device management solution provider, has been acquired by Google for possibly integrating its technology in the Android OS and increasing popularity among businesses.
BlackBerry have teased a new device for launch later this year that features the company's fairly-standard square, 1:1 aspect ratio display but with a more unusual 4.5" visible size.
BlackBerry has launched the mid-range Z3 smartphone which was first shown at MWC 2014, specifically targeted towards the Indonesian market with entry level specifications and a large screen.
A report from F-secure for Q1 of 2014 says that of new malware reported, 275 of 277 instances were on Android but iOS and Symbian were also targeted but to a much smaller degree.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen apparently has no problem getting rid of the company's hardware division if called for, stating, "If I cannot make money on handsets, I will not be in the handset business."
BlackBerry has cut ties with T-Mobile US and will stop selling its devices to the company once the current contract ends on April 25. Blackberry says it will strengthen ties with other carriers.
BlackBerry's CEO, John Chen, has given a clearer timeframe on when the company will launch its BBM app for Windows Phone, adding that some Lumia and Nokia X handsets will come with BBM pre-installed.
BlackBerry reported that it lost $423 million in its fiscal fourth quarter, but its recently installed CEO John Chen said he was "pleased with our progress" in streamlining the company's assets.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has written a new blog post annoucing the company is "pursuing legal action" against an unnamed person who leaked information about a future company product to the public.
Blackberry's OS 10.3 is unveiled in leaked screenshots and for those looking to experiement can currently load the leaked OS onto Blackberry Z10's. There is no word on an official release date.
The BlackBerry CEO has called iPhone users "wall huggers" claiming the smartphone's battery does not last throughout the day and users are forced to search for power outlets when not at home.
BlackBerry has released an app, titled Connect to Microsoft OneDrive, that allows owners of BB10 based smartphones to use Microsoft's newly rebranded data storage service.
Think BlackBerry was dying? Well QNX, the Operating System that BlackBerry has owned since 2010 may be an integral part of Apple's new car display interface, a new report reveals.
A Ford executive said this week the car company is still evaluating who it will work with for the next version of Sync, denying reports that Microsoft is out of the running.
BlackBerry's CEO has suggested that the BB10 OS is less than intuitive, saying, "It took me a while to get used to it", adding some consumers "get to our new phone and it's not intuitively obvious".
WhatsApp co-founder, Jan Koum, has revealed that the company is bringing voice calling capabilities to its Android and iOS apps in the near future with Windows Phone and BlackBerry to follow later.
Nokia has revealed that BlackBerry's BBM app will be coming to Windows Phone, via its Lumia devices, along with other apps made for Microsoft's mobile operating system.
A new rumor claims that Ford could use BlackBerry's QNX operating system in place of Microsoft's Windows for the next version of Ford's Sync in-car computing solution.
New BlackBerry CEO John Chen said he was "outraged" that T-Mobile sent out an email promo last week for the iPhone 5S that said it was a "great offer for BlackBerry customers."