BlackBerry hits rock bottom in phone market

BlackBerry ended 2016 on a low note as the Canadian firm captured 0.0 percent of the smartphone market. In response, BlackBerry doubled down on its focus on software development and licensing.

BlackBerry sues Nokia, alleging networking patent infringement

Two former smartphone kings, Nokia and BlackBerry, are now embroiled in a lawsuit involving patents relating to networking gear. BlackBerry filed suit, claiming that Nokia is infringing on 11 patents,

BlackBerry adds visual note-taking app Notable to its productivity suite

BlackBerry is adding to its Hub+ Android productivity suite with a screen capture markup app called Notable that's now available for some BlackBerry devices and coming to other phones at a later date.

BlackBerry attempts to win back some love with this Valentine’s Day sale

BlackBerry wants to win back some love from its customers. To that end, it has put up DTEK50 and DTEK60 on sale on its website in celebration of Valentine's Day. But is it enough to gain back some of its former glory?

Beleaguered BlackBerry rolls out its latest plan to make some money

After BlackBerry saw its mobile business crumble, it shifted focus to software and services. Its latest idea is a subscription-based BBM Enterprise SDK designed to easily incorporate secure messaging, voice, and video into apps.

It's alive! BlackBerry may have a budget phone on the way

BlackBerry is set to launch yet another smartphone in 2017. In fact, the company is reportedly preparing the BBC-100-1 for Mobile World Congress 2017. Here's everything we know about the phone so far.

BlackBerry's next flagship smartphone will be announced at MWC on February 25

An upcoming BlackBerry phone, code-named Mercury, features a QWERTY keyboard, a fingerprint sensor on the spacebar, and Android 7.0 Nougat. Here's a sneak peak at what it will look like.

BlackBerry CEO John Chen and Rudy Giuliani sat down to talk cybersecurity

BlackBerry chief John Chen and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani sat down for a cybersecurity roundtable at the Consumer Electronics Show. They talked about the biggest threats facing mobile devices.
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Tim Cook says Apple ‘desktop’ PCs still count, but will they be Mac Pros?

Also today: Blackberry moves away from cell phones, invests in new venture and a quick peek at the first trailer for Blade Runner 2049.

Eager to see TCL’s version of the BlackBerry? You’ll only have to wait until CES

Just a few days after buying global rights to the BlackBerry phone brand, Chinese company TCL has some more big news -- it's debuting its version of the BlackBerry of the future at CES 2017.

BlackBerry bids au revoir to smartphones and bonjour to smart cars

BlackBerry is trading smartphones for smart cars. On Monday, the former mobile phone manufacturer will be switching gears and opening an autonomous driving research center in a ceremony to be attended by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Don't call it a comeback: BlackBerry enters licensing agreement with TCL

It might not be a full-on revival, but BlackBerry's licensing agreement with TCL ensures there will be more BlackBerry-branded phones down the road. Phones from the deal will be divulged in the near future.