Despite issuing a statement last week denying it was looking to acquire BlackBerry, Samsung co-CEO and mobile chief JK Shin has felt the need to release a further statement clarifying the Korean company's position.
BlackBerry insisted on Wednesday it has "not engaged in discussions" with Samsung over a possible buyout deal. The denial came hours after Reuters reported it'd seen documents suggesting Samsung recently offered to purchase the company for…
Samsung reportedly bid on BlackBerry for $7.5 billion last week. It's unclear whether the deal is off the table or still in play. Samsung and BlackBerry previously had a partnership for security software.
Are there any iPhone users out there who'd swap their handset for a BlackBerry Passport? The Canadian company certainly hopes so, and has just launched a trade-in program in an attempt to nudge them in its direction.
Blend is a free app that lets you interfaces with a Blackberry from your PC and access files on your desktop or tablet from your handheld. Could it help return the company to the center of your digital life?
In an interview with Reuters, BlackBerry CEO John Chen revealed his company has no plans of expanding into China. For the time being, at least, BlackBerry will focus its efforts into emerging markets where it has a strong presence.