Look who BlackBerry's suing now!

After taking Avaya to court earlier in August, BlackBerry now shifts its focus to Blu as the former filed two patent infringement lawsuits against the latter. Blu has yet to respond to the complaints.

BlackBerry enters the patent lawsuit game as it does battle with Avaya

BlackBerry entered the patent litigation game when the Canadian company filed a lawsuit against California-based Avaya. The lawsuit represents a manifestation of BlackBerry's desire to make money off of its patents.

Hub+ puts the best of BlackBerry on your Android phone … for a price

BlackBerry's breaking out the best of its software on Android. BlackBerry Hub+ is a subscription-based suite of its various third-party smartphone apps. It's available through the Google Play Store.

BlackBerry unveils the DTEK50, the ‘world’s most secure’ Android smartphone

BlackBerry has taken the wraps off its newest Android phone. It's called the DTEK50, and it runs BlackBerry's proprietary apps and security software. It's compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T in the U.S.

BlackBerry CEO slams Apple for putting its reputation 'above the greater good'

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 will not give up on its BB10 operating system or devices

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.
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Strange bedfellows: Comcast to put Netflix app on its X1 cable boxes 4:11

Comcast and Netflix haven't been too friendly in the past, which makes the fact that the two companies are striking this deal all the more notable.

Welcome to 2016: US Senate staff will no longer receive BlackBerrys

Lawmakers are getting dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century. A policy change means Senate staffers will no longer receive BlackBerry phones, but Android devices or iPhones, instead.

Even though it lost $670 million during the first quarter, BlackBerry still beat expectations

BlackBerry posted its first fiscal 2017 quarter financials, and the numbers revealed the company lost a whopping $670 million during the quarter. Furthermore, device sales continue to decrease.

BlackBerry's NYC pop-up store offers giveaways with every smartphone purchase

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.

Obama has finally ditched his BlackBerry, but its replacement will surprise you

With just months left in office, President Obama has finally gotten around to ditching his once-beloved BlackBerry. However, the device he's replaced it with may surprise you.

Poor Priv sales could spell the end of BlackBerry’s mobile division

BlackBerry CEO John Chen has said twice that the company would shutter its mobile division if it couldn't turn a profit in 2016. An AT&T executive's negative comments about the Priv do not bode well.