BlackBerry’s latest financial results show further signs of recovery

BlackBerry has announced its latest set of incomings and outgoings, and while the company still made a loss in the last quarter, there are indications that the firm is on the way back.

The Classic will make BlackBerry diehards swoon, if those still exist

BlackBerry’s Classic fulfills all the dreams of the company’s die-hard fans with its physical QWERTY keyboard.

Swap your iPhone for a Passport and BlackBerry will give you up to $550

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.

With Blend, Blackberry focuses on core strengths – and it shows

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?

BlackBerry CEO not looking to expand into China

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.
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BlackBerry partners with Samsung for stronger Android security

BlackBerry announced on Thursday it's done a deal with Samsung to bring its mobile security system to a number of the Korean company's smartphones. The move highlights BlackBerry CEO John Chen's long-term plan to focus more on software and…

BlackBerry eyes industry partnerships, and not Kim Kardashian, to help spur growth

BlackBerry CEO John Chen has been meeting the CEOs of Xiaomi, Lenovo, and HTC in China, potentially with a view to striking up a partnership in the future, one which would be preferable to a celebrity endorsement.

Forget the masses: BlackBerry CEO’s biggest task is converting his wife from Android

Even though BlackBerry CEO John Chen is tasked with the difficult task of turning the company's fortunes around, there's another task he's having difficulty with: converting his wife from Android.

BBM now offers message retraction and Snapchat-like timed messages

BlackBerry's cross-platform messaging app now offers message retraction and Snapchat-like timed messages that vanish after several seconds. The new features are free to try out, but you'll have to pay to use them from February.

BlackBerry’s boss really wants you to love its new Classic phone, hypes it in blog post

BlackBerry boss John Chen took to the company's official blog on Wednesday to tout the upcoming Classic handset, a device with traditional BlackBerry styling that he hopes will appeal to current and former users of the once popular…

BlackBerry CEO is determined to turn things around, and he’s starting to make progress

BlackBerry CEO John Chen took to LinkedIn on Monday to write a post about how to conduct a turnaround--specifically, what he's doing to help save BlackBerry and bring it back from the brink.

Rumor has it Lenovo wants BlackBerry, but security concerns make a deal unlikely

A new rumor has linked Lenovo with BlackBerry, suggesting the Chinese firm may make a generous offer sometime next week. However, while Lenovo has expressed an interest in the past, regulatory concerns still make a deal unlikely.