The all-new BlackBerry Leap smartphone, which has a full touchscreen instead of a full physical QWERTY keyboard, is now up for pre-order through the company's website, where it'll cost you $275 without a contract.
BlackBerry evidently still feels there's money to be made in the smartphone business, despite its now-tiny market share. Its latest offering, which hopes to tempt "young power professionals," features a 5-inch edge-to-edge display…
Apple will take your Android, Windows Phone, or BlackBerry off your hands and give you a shiny new iPhone. Its new trade-in program recognizes that some people who want an iPhone, didn't always have one.
During its conference call, BlackBerry surprised Wall Street by announcing it recorded a net and quarterly profit. Unfortunately, the company's revenue fell below last year's and below analyst expectations.
As if BlackBerry's fortunes aren't already bad enough, analysts have predicted the company will post its lowest quarterly sales since 2006. We will find out if that's the case in Friday's conference call with CEO John Chen.
BlackBerry has teamed up with a number of other tech firms to create a new security-focused tablet aimed at businesses and government agencies. The SecuTab, essentially a modified Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, launches in the summer with a…
Quebec man Alain Philippon was detained at a Canadian airport for refusing to unlock his BlackBerry smartphone. Philippon did not provide authorities with the password because he considers the information as "personal."
In an interview during Mobile World Congress, BlackBerry CEO John Chen confirmed he is open to having his company create another tablet. However, in order for BlackBerry to consider this, the tablet will have to be 'iconic.'
BlackBerry Passport and Classic owners can already access Amazon's app store, but a new update made available on Friday brings the feature – and a raft of other goodies – to all BB10 handsets, among them the Z30 and Q10.
Typo Products, the startup behind the BlackBerry-like Typo keyboard, has been ordered to pay the Canadian handset maker $860,000 for continuing to sell the accessory despite being ordered not to do so last year.