BlackBerry may be done developing its own hardware, but that doesn't mean that it's is completely done with smartphones, or the physical keyboard. According CEO John Chen, the company will be releasing a phone with a QWERTY keyboard soon.
During BlackBerry's second quarter 2016 earnings call in late September, the company confirmed what was widely expected: it would no longer manufacture its own smartphones, instead pivoting focus toward software.
BlackBerry coins its DTEK50 as “the world’s most secure Android smartphone,” namely because of the software it runs on. Security may be the narrative that defines the device’s marketing, but this is a phone with a number of features…
BlackBerry's second-quarter 2016 earnings call is on September 28, and some signs point to a potential exit from the smartphone hardware business. It's a long time coming -- BlackBerry's devices command less than 1 percent of the market.
Samsung and BlackBerry have teamed up to build a spyproof tablet for the German government to use when it's dealing with classified information, marking the second time the two companies have joined forces to make a secure tablet.
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.
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.