Microsoft highlighted a collection of BadAlloc vulnerabilities earlier this year. Federal U.S. cybersecurity agency CISA has now issued an advisory as the problem affects tons of BlackBerry products.
A 'Pre Commitment Program' for potential BlackBerry customers is live. The upcoming phone will feature BlackBerry's signature keyboard and 5G connectivity along with Android operating system.
After the BlackBerry brand seemed doomed to disappear after its licensing deal with TCL ended, the security-focused phones are set to come back in 2021 thanks to a deal with OnwardMobility.
BlackBerry Mobile today announced that as of August 31 this year, TCL Communication will no longer have a licensing deal to sell BlackBerry-branded smartphones, something in place since 2016.
Unihertz unveiled the Titan just a couple of weeks ago, showing us a BlackBerry Passport-esque handset. The firm made it available with a starting price of $199 through Kickstarter, which sold out.
After announcing the device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, TCL today announced that the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition is now available for purchase in the United States.
BlackBerry Messenger is scheduled to shut down on May 31 after years of efforts on the part of developers to add more features and content to the messaging app meant to help grow its user base.
BlackBerry has filed a patent lawsuit against Twitter for allegedly co-opting a number of its mobile messaging technologies into the micro-blogging site's app and advertising platform.
BlackBerry has announced a new color variant for the BlackBerry KEY2 at MWC 2019. The new variant keeps all the same specs, but now has a bright red color borrowed from the cheaper LE model.
While the BlackBerry KEY2 LE has already been out since October in the United States, it has only been available in a Slate finish. Now, the handset is available in two previously announced colors.
In apparent retaliation to BlackBerry's lawsuits in March, Facebook is now suing BlackBerry. It accuses the company of infringing six patents, one of which bolsters its voice-messaging services.
Today, BlackBerry introduced the world to its more affordable KEY2 LE smartphone. The firm has now released a video, showing the handset in all its glory, going into detail about its features.
Today, BlackBerry announced the KEY2 LE, a scaled down version of its current flagship smartphone, the KEY2. Coming in at $399, the KEY2 LE features a Snapdragon 636 processor and a physical keyboard.
It has been a long time coming, but a year after its official release, Google's Android Oreo update is finally arriving on the BlackBerry Motion. The update is hitting devices in North America.
BlackBerry will reportedly be making a cheaper version of its KEY2 handset this year - the KEY2 LE. The firm will cut a few corners here and there to hit a lower price point than its $650 flagship.
Let's Encrypt root certificates are now trusted by major root programmes including those run by tech giants including Microsoft, Google, and Apple. Let's Encrypt will continue using cross-signatures.
BlackBerry has been teasing something new since July. Now, the firm has announced the arrival of the Evolve and Evolve X. The phones ditch the physical keyboard in favor of a sleek new design.
BlackBerry has launched its latest keyboard-toting smartphone powered by Android Oreo, the KEY2 in India and will begin selling the device exclusively through Amazon starting from 31 July.
BlackBerry's KEY2 released last month and while the specifications were decent, the price left a bad taste in the mouth of many. The unannounced KEY2 Lite has leaked and could solve the price problem.
BlackBerry handset owners have been wondering when the KEYone will be updated to Android Oreo. The firm has started the process with the handset, offering up details through a new beta program.
Mozilla has announced a few new features for its privacy-focused mobile browser, Firefox Focus, alongside news that the app is included in the BlackBerry KEY2 as part of the Locker feature.
The BlackBerry Ghost is set to be a sleek handset but we have yet to hear official word about its release. Now, a new piece of information states that the unit will arrive with a 4,000mAh battery.
If you wanted to get another in-depth look at the BlackBerry KEY2, the company has now released a video that details its design and some of its features. The smartphone costs $649.99.
The main feature of BlackBerry's new KEY2 handset is its keyboard, combined with the firm's first dual-lens camera. But in the age of touchscreen keyboards, does it work? Here's our review.
At the end of next week, you'll be able to pre-order BlackBerry's latest handset, the KEY2. The phone offers a physical keyboard, dual camera sensor, and will be priced starting at $649.
BlackBerry's KEY2 includes an octa-core Snapdragon 660 chipset, a dual-lens camera, and of course, BlackBerry's signature keyboard. Here's our unboxing and first impressions video.
BlackBerry says that an icon is reborn today, as it announced the KEY2, the company's newest flagship Android phone that includes a physical keyboard, saying it's the most advanced BlackBerry ever.
We are only a few days away from the announcement of BlackBerry's next smartphone and it looks like new renders have leaked, showing off more of the handset. The KEY2 will be announced on June 7.
BlackBerry is set to launch yet another Android smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard and the company has now posted an invite for the launch event on its official Twitter handle.
TCL has done a pretty good job of reviving the BlackBerry name. With the success of its KEYone handset, the firm could be prepping a follow-up, and this could be what it looks like.
BlackBerry's infotainment and security software will now be incorporated into the Jaguar Land Rover vehicles as part of a licensing agreement between the Canadian firm and Tata Motors.
Canadian smartphone brand BlackBerry has filed a lawsuit against Facebook for using a number of its patented security and user interface features in the latter's messaging services.
A year ago BlackBerry revealed a new handset under guidance from TCL. Now, its second entry, the Motion, sheds the physical keyboard, stays focused on the mid-range, but is it alluring?
A new BlackBerry handset dubbed Ghost could be released soon. The upcoming device will come by way of Optiemus Infracom, which is one of the three companies that has licensed the BlackBerry name.
Google will use MWC 2018 to push RCS and its Android Messages application on businesses and customers alike. RCS makes old, clunky, SMS more modern, putting it on par with other instant messengers.
The Motion is BlackBerry's latest handset and while its styling might not be cutting edge compared to what's currently on the market, it does have some nifty features when it comes to the software.
BlackBerry's next entry into the modern smartphone world recently landed in the United States. So it's only fitting that we take its Motion handset for a spin and offer some impressions.
BlackBerry introduced its KEYone handset early last year and according to the firm, it was quite a success. Now it returns with the Motion, a device that looks quite a bit different.
The BlackBerry Motion is finally making its debut in the United States on January 12. At CES 2018, we got our hands on one and can now give our first impressions of the handset ahead of its release.
WhatsApp previously announced that it will not support BlackBerry OS and Windows Phone 8 and older from December 31. Users will be able to use the app, but new features won't make it to the app.