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.
When BlackBerry announced BlackBerry 10, they reiterated that they would continue to support BlackBerry OS and continue launching devices with the software. The last BB OS device running OS7 has leaked, the BlackBerry BOLD 9720 is coming.
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.
Are you a foreign diplomat? Did you visit the 2009 G20 summit? Congratulations, the UK government has most of your passwords and knows where your mistress lives! Thanks to The Guardian some new information has come to light about the UK government surveillance unit, known as the GCHQ, and their doings in light of the…
Ex-BlackBerry users eager to get their hands on BlackBerry Messenger for Android or iOS will be happy to know that the company will release the application for download on June 27, at least that is if a tweet from T-Mobile UK is to believed.
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.
BlackBerry just got dealt another big blow after the US government today approved Apple’s iOS for government use, taking away potential customers from the company known for its use by several government agencies.
BlackBerry excited plenty of ex-BlackBerrians on Tuesday when they announced that they would be bringing their popular instant messaging application, BBM to the likes of iOS and Android devices this summer, but one thing remained unclear; would tablets be supported?
Despite Nokia’s best efforts to take some of the shine away from today’s kick off of BlackBerry Live in Orlando, the Canadians took to the stage with pride and delivered quite a successful start to the day. Many things were said and done including the announcement of the new BlackBerry Q5, previously rumoured to be…