Two new reports this week reveal just how tiny and irrelevant BlackBerry has become in the mobile space.read more
BlackBerry announced this week that David Kleidermacher has joined the company as Chief Security Officer.read more
BlackBerry acquired QNX Systems in 2010. Back then, it was still called Research In Motion. A lot has changed since then, including the name.read more
A US judge this week ordered Typo Products to pay BlackBerry $860,000 for blatantly copying the Canadian company's iconic (and heavily patented) physical smartphone keyboard.read more
BlackBerry has created a limited edition version of its Passport.read more
After a year of surpassing expectations under CEO John Chen, BlackBerry has fumbled.read more
Today, BlackBerry launched its latest smartphone, the BlackBerry Classic, a "no-nonsense" device for QWERTY-lovers on a budget.read more
Some of the world's biggest tech companies are being targeted by an open letter about privacy.
Canada’s Privacy Commissioner has joined more than 20 counterparts from around the world in supporting an open letter addressed to a list of global tech giants: Samsung, Microsoft, Nokia, Google, Amazon, Apple, and BlackBerry.read more
BlackBerry is offering iPhone owners up to $600 to "trade up" their Apple smartphone for a Passport.
The program, which starts December 1, offers up to $400 trade-in value plus up to $200 top-up value, depending on the model of iPhone.read more
Powermat Technologies this week announced that its board of directors has named Thorsten Heins as Chief Executive Officer of the company and Chairman of the board.read more
An unexpected announcement spurred a boost in BlackBerry's stock, sending shares up 7% yesterday afternoon to a 17-month high.read more