Blackberry has sued Nokia for intentionally infringing its patents, demanding tha the Finnish company pay damages. This isn't the first time the two companies have clashed in a patent row.
Gartner's final statistics for 2016 are in, and they spell doom for Microsoft's and Blackberry's mobile efforts. Meanwhile, Apple dethroned Samsung to become top selling vendor during the holidays.
From Mercury rising and Galaxy goodness, to Xbox excitement, OneNote dyslexia success, Sweeney's Cloud conspiracy, and watching TV watching you, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
After teasing its new BlackBerry-branded premium phone in January, TCL has confirmed that the new device - codenamed 'Mercury' - will be formally unveiled later this month, and Neowin will be there.
EE is informing customers that it's no longer supporting its My EE account management app on Windows phones or BlackBerry devices, advising users to log into its website on their devices instead.
From powerful processors and Insider insights, to connected cars, immersive gaming, delightful displays, and the rise of the machines, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Google has started pushing the latest security updates for its Android operating system. A large number of fixes are in tow, and luckily, some third party manufacturers are already on board.
After months of leaks, TCL finally revealed its new BlackBerry-branded phone, which has a fixed QWERTY keyboard below the display - but it's not saying anything about specs, pricing or availability.
While BlackBerry is done with the building and manufacturing of hardware, it appears they have designed the most recent offering, which will be unveiled at CES and reportedly head to Verizon Wireless.
Although BlackBerry once held as much as 20% of the smartphone market share, today it officially bows out as the company announces it has sold manufacturing rights to the BlackBerry brand to TCL.
Over a year after Google released Android 6.0, and six months after BlackBerry said the Marshmallow update was available for the Priv, Verizon has finally begun rolling out the update to the device.
From Yahoo hoo-ha and Toyota's auto-bot, to Windows phone woes, Oculus magic, Paint reimagined, Edge updates, R.I.P. Nexus, and bye-bye Band, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Blackberry has been talking about its decision to end in-house device manufacturing , but surprising analysts, has also confirmed that Blackberry 10 OS isn't dead and buried, at least not yet.
From a Windows Store cleanout and Apple Store rampage, to HP's sorry apology, RIP Firefox OS, Surface keyboards, and 'exploding' washing machines, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
BlackBerry has announced that it will "end all internal hardware development", with future "BlackBerry-branded devices" built by third parties, running its custom "secure Android smartphone software".
After BlackBerry published details of its new Android phone on a web page with "do-not-publish" in its URL last week, leaked images of the DTEK60 now show a strong resemblance to Alcatel's Idol 4S.
The full specs list of the BlackBerry DTEK60, codename 'Argon', have leaked. The 5.5-inch device reportedly features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
Gartner says 1.97m Windows phones were sold last quarter, compared with 1.2m Lumias, but global market share dropped again, to 0.6%. Android grew to 86.2%, with Samsung grabbing 22.3% of the market.
BlackBerry has cut a hefty chunk off the price of its Android flagship, the Priv, in several key markets, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and various parts of Europe.
From Verizahoo and HERE WeGo, to the Lumia 2020, BlackBerry's droid clone, Jolla's fishy friend, all things Air, and Nintendo's new play thing, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
After publishing details of the new handset prematurely today, BlackBerry has now officially announced the DTEK50, an upper-mid-range device running a "hardened" version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
BlackBerry's new mid-range Android phone prematurely appeared on its site today, revealing images of the device, along with key specs - including a Snapdragon 617 SoC, 3GB RAM, 16GB storage, and more.
Two and a half months after BlackBerry made the update available for the device - and over nine months after Marshmallow was first released - Android 6.0.1 is finally rolling out to the Priv on AT&T.
From Tesla tragedy and Snapchat hopes, to Dell ditching Android, Apple's 'dumpster diving', HTC's fishy phones, and Microsoft's endless 'offers', it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
According to a new report, BlackBerry is possibly working on three new Android handsets with promising specifications. The upcoming devices are codenamed as Neon, Argon, and Mercury.
A new report claims that BlackBerry is discontinuing its devices running on BlackBerry 10. However, support for existing devices on the OS will continue with uninterrupted warranty and technical aid.
BlackBerry is expected to launch two mid-range Android smartphones this year, and the company is probably relying on the Chinese manufacturer, TCL, to build one of these handsets.
Over eight months after Marshmallow was first released - and six weeks after it made its way to the device on other US carriers - Android 6.0 is finally available for the BlackBerry Priv on T-Mobile.
The executive said that many sales of the Priv were to BlackBerry loyalists who disliked Android and later returned it, adding that the high price also contributed to weak demand for the device.
PayPal has issued a statement that all users must be using version 6.0 of the firm's app by June 30. Any older version will no longer work, which includes Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Fire OS.
From Android à la MODE and Windows on Apple Watch, to Intel out of phones, Microsoft's not-so-special offers, and BlackBerry's Marshmallow bunkum, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A BlackBerry executive confirmed in February that the company is working on two new Android handsets, and purported images of both devices have now leaked, also showing revised BlackBerry branding.
BlackBerry has finally started upgrading its only Android handset to the latest OS version, calling itself "an early Marshmallow adopter" - six and a half months after it was originally released.
BlackBerry cut the price of the Priv to $649 this month, but you can now buy the device for just $449.99 - almost $200 below its official price tag, and nearly $290 less than it costs on an AT&T plan.
BlackBerry's CEO said that all four major US carriers would sell the Priv, and Sprint 'happily confirmed' its plans to do so until last Friday - but it now says it won't offer the device after all.
From Microsoft savings and Priv price cuts, to HP's sleek Spectre, Surface phones, Quantum Break out, and a lick of paint for Google Play, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
BlackBerry CEO, John Chen has revealed that the company will be launching two mid-range Android smartphones, as many customers found the Priv very expensive for a business device.
BlackBerry has reduced the price of its Android flagship, the Priv, in the US, UK and several European markets - but the handset's price remains unchanged in the company's home country.
BlackBerry is inviting Priv owners to register for its Marshmallow beta program - but beta testing is expected to last until mid-June, which means the update won't be rolling out any time soon.
BlackBerry has expressed disappointment in Facebook for dropping support for BB OS and the BB10 platform with its latest APIs, which would effectively cripple the app on its devices.
Shortly after AT&T launched the Priv in November, Verizon said the device would be "coming soon" to its network. Now, four months later, the carrier has finally launched BlackBerry's Android flagship.
WhatsApp has announced plans to phase out support for old mobile operating systems by the end of 2016. It wants users to upgrade to a new device to continue using the service before the year's end.
From massive milestones and Edge extensions, to underwater data centers, Chrome's Material makeover, Surface updates, and mobile acquisitions, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A BlackBerry exec said that two more Android handsets are on the way, and also confirmed that the company is in the midst of a full 'transition' to Android, although BB10 is still more secure for now.
BlackBerry is looking to capitalize on the Indian market, but when you look at the price tag on its Priv smartphone, it is hard to believe that Indians will pass on cheaper high end alternatives.
Nearly three months following the release of the Blackberry PRIV on AT&T, T-Mobile US has finally launched the smartphone on their network. PRIV is Blackberry's first Android-powered smartphone.
T-Mobile will be offering the BlackBerry Priv starting next week. The handset will be available via 'Jump! On Demand' and can be purchased with payments. The Priv will arrive on January 26th.
Although BlackBerry adopted Android for its latest flagship smartphone, the company isn't planning to ditch its homegrown BlackBerry 10 OS just yet, and will be rolling out an update this year.
comScore's latest data for the US smartphone market shows that Windows phone share declined by 0.1% for a second quarter, while iOS fell by 1.0% - but Android was the big winner, up by 1.4% to 53.1%.
BlackBerry's fall from grace has been quite spectacular. But they're still going, and the recent switch to Android seems to have steadied its course, and is set to be the OS of choice through 2016.