A Sprint executive teases another BlackBerry smartphone to come this year after the Q10 launches. [Read more]
The Pentagon’s decision to grant Apple the security clearance required for iOS 6 devices to go head-to-head with BlackBerry 10 and certain Samsung Galaxy S4 devices on secure military networks could have with a cascading effect that spills over into the private sector.
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Pentagon clearance for iOS could open even more doors for Apple in the private sector
Canadian Tire began issuing thousands of BlackBerry Q10 smartphones to corporate employees in Toronto after rolling out Z10 models weeks earlier.
Chief Marketing Officer Frank Boulben is trying to re-energize the brand by focusing on the BlackBerry name, eschewing old standbys like Bold and Curve.
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How BlackBerry is fixing its once ‘broken’ brand
After losing my HTC One Android, I had to rely solely on BlackBerry 10. [Read more]
Almost 80 percent of the U.S. military's mobile devices are BlackBerry products, but now that will probably change
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In a Blow to BlackBerry, the Defense Department OKs Apple Devices
Microsoft’s mobile OS surpassed BlackBerry in smartphone shipments and market share during the first quarter of 2013, says IDC. [Read more]
It took two hours for three BlackBerry executives to announce four items: a routine software update, a new low-end qwerty smartphone aimed at overseas markets, a new feature for BlackBerry Messenger, and Messenger’s extension to iOS and Android.
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BlackBerry CEO trumpets management, marketing at user conference
Roughly 20 percent of BlackBerry’s app catalog is made up of programs ported from Android — and those apps tend to catch flack. [Read more]
BlackBerry’s free Messenger service is being expanded to work with iOS and Android devices, the company announced today at its BlackBerry Live event.
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BlackBerry Messenger is expanding to iOS and Android