During the BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry CEO John Chen criticized Apple for not helping the FBI get into a terrorist's iPhone. He believes that by doing so, Apple showed it cares more about its reputation.
BlackBerry chief operating officer Marty Beard downplayed media reports, saying the company will instead double down on its operating system and devices. Beard also teased the company's next Android-powered device.
Itching to play around with a BlackBerry device? The company is opening a pop-up store in New York, where you can purchase devices like the Priv, Passport, and Leap. You'll also get a free sync pod and case with every smartphone purchase.
BlackBerry has been flailing in the smartphone business since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, but it looks like the company is finally turning its attention toward another market: enterprise software.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen writes the company has stood by "lawful access principles," after a report revealed the company assisted Canadian police in solving a gang-related case, decrypting about one million PIN-to-PIN messages for the RCMP…