BlackBerry is considering equipping an upcoming smartphone with Google's Android software for the first time, an acknowledgement that its revamped line of devices has failed to win mass appeal, according to four sources familiar with the mat
Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry is cutting jobs across the world, the company said on Friday, as it consolidates its software, hardware and applications business.
The company did not specify how many employees would be affect
BlackBerry said on Tuesday it is launching a new certificate service that will help bring the security level it offers on smartphones to a slew of devices from cars to smart meters.
Certicom, a subsidiary of BlackBerry and an indu
Saudi Arabia-based mobile telecommunications device retailer Axiom has launched the limited edition Red BlackBerry Passport, the latest addition to the all-time classic family of smartphones.
Combining style with BlackBerry’
Seeking to extend its range of secure mobile devices, BlackBerry said it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with International Business Machines Corp and Samsung Electronics.
The SecuTABLET, based on Samsung's Gal
BlackBerry unveiled a new mid-market smartphone on Tuesday dubbed the BlackBerry Leap that is set to replace the Z3 device launched a year ago, in a move to woo buyers in certain emerging markets where BlackBerry still has a fairly large client
Samsung Electronics recently offered to buy BlackBerry Ltd for as much as $7.5 billion, seeking its valuable patents as it battles Apple in the corporate market, according to a person familiar with the matter and documents seen by Reuters.
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