All of BlackBerry Messenger's privacy and control features are now free in the iOS, Android, and BlackBerry OS apps. The features used to cost $1, but BBM is trying to compete with free chat apps like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.
Facebook is following in the footsteps of WhatsApp and some time this year will stop supporting BlackBerry phones. A BlackBerry executive said his team was "extremely disappointed" with Facebook's decision although it's now looking for a…
The BlackBerry Priv is now available from Verizon, essentially meaning that the device is now available to 80 percent of U.S. customers. The device's main draw is the fact that it is one of the few to offer a physical keyboard.
WhatsApp will leave some mobile operating systems behind by the end of this year. BlackBerry, Android 2.1 (Eclair) and 2.2 (Froyo), and Windows Phone 7.1 are among the mobile platforms that will soon miss the popular messaging app.
There's more to the BlackBerry Priv than meets the eyes. Here are some of our favorites tips and tricks, whether you need to silence your phone or delete an email from both the Hub and server at the same time.
BlackBerry recently laid off about 200 employees in Canada in Florida as part of the its efforts to drive “efficiencies” across its workforce. The company clarified the figure after reports initially pegged the layoffs at around 1,000…
Holding out for future devices running Blackberry's operating system? Don't hold your breath, as 2016 will only see more Android phones from the company. Blackberry 10 will still receive updates in the form of security patches.
BlackBerry is putting its BB10 mobile OS to one side in 2016 and focusing purely on Android, CEO John Chen said this week. While unable to offer specific details, he said to expect one, possibly two, new Android handsets from BlackBerry in…
Even with the success of its Android-powered Priv smartphone, BlackBerry has not forgotten about its OS 10 customers. The company announced that a slew of paid apps on the platform will be temporarily offered for free.
BlackBerry's chief executive John Chen hinted at more high-end and midrange smartphones coming in the near future, but a lot of the future mobile plans depends on the success of the Priv -- the company's first Android smartphone.