BlackBerry today announced OS 10.2.1, the company's latest software update.read more
BlackBerry has made a move to block all sales of a keyboard case designed for Apple's iPhone.
Made by Typo Products, a startup backed by television personality Ryan Seacrest, the case very closely copies the design of BlackBerrys iconic full physical keyboard found on its devices for more than a decade.read more
The City of Waterloo voted this week to renew a three-year agreement with service provider Bell, a deal worth roughly $172,000 annually.read more
BlackBerry today announced that it intends to divest the majority of its real estate holdings in Canada.read more
Typo Products is experiencing strong early success.read more
John Chen quietly dropped "interim" from his title as chief executive officer of BlackBerry over the weekend.read more
Fairfax Financial today revealed that it is purchasing through subsidiaries an additional $250 million worth of unsecured subordinated convertible debentures of BlackBerry.read more
BlackBerry is poised to bring back its iconic physical keyboard in full force under the leadership of new chairman and interim CEO John Chen, who took over the reins from Thorsten Heins last year.read more
BlackBerry is suing Typo Products over an iPhone case that looks and functions a lot like the Waterloo-based smartphone maker's iconic keyboard.read more
To no one's surprise, Alicia Keys is set to part ways with BlackBerry.
Former chief executive officer Thorsten Heins hired the singer-songwriter at the start of last yearduring the BlackBerry 10 launch in January.read more
Last week, BlackBerry founder Mike Lazaridis—who is no longer with the company—sold more than $27 million worth of shares, reducing his stake in the Waterloo-based smartphone maker to less than 5%.read more
Today BlackBerry reported a $4.4 billion third-quarter loss, falling short of analyst expectations.
The company's stock rose 12% on the news.read more
The resurgence of BlackBerry Messenger continues.read more