During a enterprise focused event in San Francisco on Thursday, BlackBerry announced BlackBerry Classic pre-orders have started.
The next new BlackBerry phone will have a September launch party in London and the phone has already been leaked: By the CEO. John Chen shared news of the Passport, an odd-shaped BlackBerry that keeps the keyboard.
An unreleased handset dubbed the BlackBerry Kopi appeared on eBay running BlackBerry 10.2.1. It’s already gone so you missed out on a piece of history and is a painful reminder of the smartphone future BlackBerry missed out on too.
In the wake of a dismal Q3 earnings report, BlackBerry is showing that it remains committed to the device market through a five-year partnership with Foxconn.
BlackBerry’s second quarter numbers are out and there’s little good to be seen: Revenues are down 45 percent from a year ago and the Z10 write-off is costing the company nearly a billion dollars.
BlackBerry’s board has put together a special committee to look at a potential sale of the company, joint ventures, strategic partnerships and other options.
Even though the Z10 and Q10 phones were both on sale in the second quarter, BlackBerry shipments are down in an up market. Who’s reaping the benefit? Microsoft’s Windows Phone which surpassed BlackBerry 10 shipments from April to June around the world.
The next BlackBerry device looks to be a nice hardware improvement over the company’s Z10 handset according to a leaked slide full of specs. But are BlackBerry devices not selling well due to hardware or is it the software and ecosystem?
An HP executive suggests the company will re-enter the smartphone market for the first time since its Palm webOS debacle. Android is an obvious choice to power the phones, but there could be better choice in Windows Phone or even BlackBerry 10.
BlackBerry 10 doesn’t seem to be a hit with surveyed consumers and handset return rates are reportedly high. Can software improvements turn the tide or does BlackBerry simply have a marketing problem?
When the BlackBerry team said Skype was committed to bring its app to BB 10, did you envision the software being a simple Android port? Me neither.
After using the BlackBerry Z10 for a few short days, some immediate impressions come to mind. Here are my initial thoughts, with a full review to follow after more usage.
Research In Motion is no more. BlackBerry is the new company name and the Z10 is the first BlackBerry 10 handset. Here’s a quick overview of the new phone.
We’ll be covering RIM’s BlackBerry 10 launch event Wednesday morning starting at 10am ET right here: stay tuned for a glimpse at RIM’s future.
We covered RIM’s BlackBerry 10 launch event Wednesday morning here: check out the events as they unfolded in this live blog..
Although other barriers to success exist, Research In Motion has one less obstacle for its new BlackBerry 10 smartphones: All four major U.S. carriers plan to sell the devices. The world is bigger than the U.S. but here the carriers are still the kingmakers.
Research in Motion is planning a Jan. 30 launch event for BlackBerry 10 and the first devices to run on the platform. It’s the start of a huge turnaround effort for RIM, which needs to make up a lot of lost ground in the smartphone market.
Research in Motion (NSDQ: RIMM) will be pinning its comeback hopes on the first generation of BlackBerry phones to run its BlackBerry 10 ope…
At a certain point, it’s not funny: it’s stunning. Assuming it manages to keep a lid on its incompetence for the next three weeks, Research…