You know how you never bought the Z30? Well, BlackBerry has announced another, more expensive version for you not to buy. It's the Porsche Design P'9982, and will be out before the end of the month for around $2,400.
A new rumor hints that BlackBerry is working on two new devices, a big-screen, quad-core monster and yet another QWERTY phone. However, they may not turn up until 2014.
BBM got 10 million downloads in its first 24 hours when it launched for Android and iOS last month, though iPod Touch and Wi-Fi-only iPad users were left out. An update rolled out Thursday, however, means everyone's now invited to the BBM party.
As BlackBerry continues to struggle, so its major accounts start to get worried. The Department of Defense, where more than 450,000 BlackBerry phones are in use, is moving forward with a plan to use other mobile operating systems.
There's just no stopping Android – data from IDC covering Q3 shows Google's mobile platform taking 81 percent of global smartphone shipments. Windows Phone also performed well, more than doubling its share in the last year.
BlackBerry is the latest target for Funny or Die, as the site has produced a parody video with comedian Dave Foley on the firm's recent struggles. However, while it starts out being amusing, it quickly becomes something quite different.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins will step down from the top job this month. In a letter to employees, he said he was BlackBerry's "biggest fan", adding that he'll be "cheering from the sidelines" as interim CEO John Chen attempts to build customer confidence.
Please, do not buy a BlackBerry phone this holiday season. We like BlackBerry 10 and most BB phones, but here is why we cannot recommend them anymore.
BlackBerry's rocky road shows no sign of smoothing out – on Monday it announced the proposed $4.7 billion takeover deal by Fairfax Financial is off. In addition, Thorsten Heins, the man brought in to turn the company around, will step down as CEO.
Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley is the latest person to be linked with making a bid for BlackBerry, following BlackBerry co-founder Mike Lazaridis, and company's such as Lenovo. Fairfax Financial still has a $4.7 billion bid on the table.
iOS and Android users are showing some serious interest in the BBM instant messaging app, with BlackBerry announcing more than 10 million downloads in its first 24 hours of availability.
It may be having trouble selling its smartphones, but it looks like plenty of Android and iDevice owners are up for using BlackBerry's BBM messenger service, with more than 5 million downloads reported for the app on its first day of availability.
After its first launch attempt fell flat last month, BlackBerry is getting set to release for Android and iPhone today.
Fairfax Financial has already made a $4.7 billion bid for BlackBerry, while company co-founder Mike Lazaridis is also said to be interested. And now, Chinese tech firm Lenovo has arrived on the scene. So who's it gonna be?
If you couldn’t do without that physical QWERTY keyboard then we can guess what your new phone is. Make sure it stays in good condition with the help of one of these BlackBerry Q10 cases.