There is both good news and bad news for BlackBerry.read more
BlackBerry Live, the company's annual conference in Orlando, wrapped up today.
Here's some of the major announcement BlackBerry made during the event:read more
Apps have been downloaded from Apple's App Store a combined 50 billion times as of today.read more
Waterloo-based Auvik Networks has secured a $6 million first round of funding from Celtic House Venture Partners, Rho Canada Ventures, BDC Venture Capital IT Fund, and its founders.read more
Assuming Apple and Google approve the app submissions, BlackBerry Messenger will be coming to iOS and Android this summer, the smartphone pioneer announced at BlackBerry Live today.read more
Waterloo's BlackBerry today unveiled the Q5, the Canadian company's first mid-range smartphone powered by its next-gen BB10 platform.read more
As far as the Canadian company is concerned, the Q10 is "the best smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard on the market." Here's why the Waterloo-based smartphone pioneer thinks the Q10 is a must-buy:read more
The Q10 brings back to life the classic BlackBerry flavour that BlackBerry loyalists had been waiting for. But can the dethroned tech giant actually get its customers back with the very thing that had made it an outcast?read more
Two weeks ago Techvibes reported that Canadian Tire had selected BlackBerry 10 smartphones as their primary corporate device and would be deploying "several thousand units in the coming months."
"With 90 years of history serving Canadians in communities from coast-to-coast, it's fitting that we're partnering with another great Canadian company to support our business," said Eugene Roman, Canadian Tire's CTO.read more
Another BlackBerry analyst has reduced sales estimates for BlackBerry 10 devices.
Canaccord Genuity analyst Michael Walkley says sales of the smartphones on the BB10 operating system are "mixed."read more
The US Defense Department has approved the BlackBerry 10 smartphones and the PlayBook tablet for use on its networks.read more
The Q10 is selling well in both Canada and Britain, industry analyst Peter Misek said today.read more
In October last year, we wrote about how The Pentagon planned to open its network to Apple's iPhone and Google's Android platforms for the first time ever, posing a major threat to BlackBerry. That time has nearly come.read more