BlackBerry, a multinational telecommunications company, has launched the BlackBerry Classic, a basic smartphone built for speed and accuracy by incorporating the functional physical Qwerty keyboard.
John Chen, executive chairman a
BlackBerry, which has completed the first phase of its two-year turnaround plan, is now focused on profitability and will not spread itself thin by attempting to launch too many new devices, its chief executive said.
John Chen, wh
BlackBerry reported it has narrowed its loss in the latest quarter, and expressed optimism that its major restructuring and new business-friendly devices would help fuel a turnaround.
Releasing fiscal second-quarter results, chief
BlackBerry launched an unconventional new smartphone dubbed the Passport on Wednesday as it embarked on what may be the most critical phase of its long turnaround push.
At simultaneous events in Dubai, Toronto and London, BlackBer
Dubai Health Authority (DHA) said it has launched its official BBM Channel on BBM, a leading mobile messaging platform, in a move to further enhance social interaction with its customers.
Every day, the DHA BBM Channel will bring
BlackBerry, a world leader in mobile communications, has unveiled a series of initiatives codenamed Project Ion to help businesses easily connect people, devices and machines, and derive value from these connections.
Project Ion i
BlackBerry launched a low-cost touchscreen device in Jakarta, the Z3, as the embattled smartphone maker looks to revive sales in emerging markets like Indonesia where its once-fervent following has shrivelled.
The handset, to be p
Smartphone maker BlackBerry Limited reported a much smaller-than-expected quarterly loss yesterday, despite its revenue and smartphone sales continuing to slide.
The company, whose devices have lost ground to Apple's iPhone an
BlackBerry has unveiled a new, cheaper touchscreen smartphone and a "classic" model with a keyboard, as it tries to stem losses and win back once-devoted security-conscious business and government users.
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BlackBerry co-founder Mike Lazaridis cut his stake in the company to 4.99 per cent from 8 per cent, and said that a group, which included Lazaridis, walked away from exploring a bid for the troubled smartphone maker.