Apple has the world buzzing about smartwatches more than ever. The incessant hum surrounding wearable technology isn't lost on BlackBerry.read more
BlackBerry announced today that it has acquired Movirtu, a provider of virtual identity solutions for mobile operators that allows multiple numbers to be active on a single device.
The acquisition promises to improve device management in bring-your-own device (BYOD) and corporate owned personally enabled (COPE) environments.read more
BlackBerry 10 was recently named the world's best-designed mobile operating system "out of the box" by India-based technology magazine Digit.read more
After nearly seven years of litigation, a top US appeals court has ruled that BlackBerry did not infringe on patents owned by Delaware-based Mformation Technologies.read more
BlackBerry has named Dr. Sandeep Chennakeshu to lead a new business unit to be called BlackBerry Technology Solutions, or BTS.read more
FameBit reached a milestone in July.
The Canadian startup, named to the Techvibes 20 earlier this year, produced 1,000 branded YouTube videos for clients.read more
A smartphone maker may be moving into BlackBerry's backyard.read more
BlackBerry today announced that Secure Work Space for iOS and Android, a multi-platform containerization solution managed through BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, has received Security Technical Implementation Guide approval from the Defense Information Systems Agency.read more
BlackBerry's restructuring process is finally over.read more
What happens when you organize an illegal tent city in a park?
You're given a free phone.read more
BlackBerry has acquired Secusmart GmbH, which offers voice and data encryption and anti-eavesdropping solutions for government organizations, enterprises and telecommunications service providers.read more
When two tech titans struck a landmark agreement this week, BlackBerry CEO John Chen was both happy and sad.read more
BlackBerry this week announced that it has named Marty Beard as Chief Operating Officer.read more
Financial news site 24/7 Wall St. has published its annual list of North American companies it predicts "will disappear before the end of the next year."read more