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BlackBerry seems to be in quite a pickle. The company today announced the formation of a new committee by the company’s board of directors with the aim to look for “strategic alternatives” with regards to the company’s BlackBerry 10 future, a possible sale and maybe even taking the company private.
Last week some rumours lit the internet, and stock market, on fire after stating that BlackBerry was looking at taking the company private. BlackBerry’s stock price jumped several percent thereafter, but no one knew exactly what was going on nor what the company was planning and if the rumours were credible. BlackBerry today announced that their board directors has formed a new committee with the aim “to explore strategic alternatives to enhance value and increase scale in order to accelerate BlackBerry 10 deployment. These alternatives could include, among others, possible joint ventures, strategic partnerships or alliances, a sale of the Company or other possible transactions.”
The rumours seem to be true, whether or not BlackBerry goes private or is sold, they are still going strong and in likelihood the company will team up with some key players in the mobile market to push out new BlackBerry 10 powered devices.
Struggling smartphone maker, BlackBerry, has been the subject of a lot of controversy as of late after doubts have been cast over the company’s comeback efforts in the form of BlackBerry 10 and its position on tablets after its PlayBook failed to make an impression on the market. Rumours of a sale has been circulating for several months, but according to new information, BlackBerry may be looking to go private.
It looks like BlackBerry is trying to take a stab out of Dell’s playbook, not only is the company’s leadership team open to the idea of possibly taking the company private, they have discussed the matter with Silverlake Partners. According to Reuters’ sources, whom are apparently involved with the talks, BlackBerry has proposed to team up with Silverlake in order to take on enterprise computing, a move likely to receive a liquid investment which they would be able to spend on restructuring, which has been a popular topic within the company as of late after several executives were seen departing from the company over the last few months.
BlackBerry may not be in firm discussions about going private or even been acquired, but the stock market has reacted quite positively to the rumours with the company’s share price jumping over 10% in pre-market trading at the time of writing.
The BlackBerry leaks just keep on coming. Yesterday we reported that BlackBerry and Porsche Design might possibly be working on a luxury variant of the BlackBerry Z10, but today’s news is loads more interesting. According to resources within the latest BlackBerry 10.2 software leak, the leaked BlackBerry A10 device which is set to feature a 5-inch display, will in fact be called the BlackBerry Z30.
The first collaboration between BlackBerry and Porsche Design yielded the BlackBerry P’9981, a weird looking device built off of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and featuring a customized version of BlackBerry OS 7. Now, some new alleged leaked images on Tinhte have shown off a new collaboration between the two that will seemingly based on the BlackBerry Z10.
BlackBerry certainly doesn’t have a lot of security with regards to their unreleased devices, but then again who nowadays has? The upcoming BlackBerry 9720 and BlackBerry A10 have both been caught on camera by different individuals, showing off the devices up close and personal and giving us a glimpse of what the company has in store for us.
BlackBerry’s next attempt at a smartphone flagship to rule them all has started leaking over the last week, the latest leak details key features of the device, which may likely make a much smaller impact than BlackBerry is hoping, at least if the preliminary specs are to be believed.
As BlackBerry continues their struggle back to the third ecosystem spot, their next attempt at a flagship BlackBerry 10 device has been spotted and taken a delicious picture of.
BlackBerry’s attempt at making a comeback may have been illfated from the start, but everyone has hoped that the company would be able to salvage its situation. Now, the verdict is in, the first full quarter of BlackBerry 10 sales has shown some disappointment.
Not a fan of touch screen typing? A lover of BlackBerry? Well, T-Mobile USA will be bringing the BlackBerry Q10 to US shores next week when their variant goes on sale for $99 with their two year down payment agreement.
BlackBerry has been all about the applications as of late, it seems to have paid off for two ducklings trapped in a storm drain in BlackBerry’s home country that were saved using an application on the company’s new BlackBerry Z10.