BlackBerry Locker is a useful feature on the BlackBerry Key2, KeyOne, and Motion Android phones. It's a secure section of the phones that can't be accessed without your fingerprint to keep private photos and files away from prying eyes.
You want to stop someone reading your emails over your shoulder? With BlackBerry's Privacy shade feature on the KeyOne and Key2 phones, you can avoid such snooping. Here's how to use it, and how to get it on other Android phones.
Going from a virtual keyboard to a physical one is a challenge, but if you want the BlackBerry Key2 it's one you'll accept. It's tough at first, but we've got a guide to help you on to typing faster and more comfortably.
From the physical keyboard to its custom suite of software, the Blackberry Key2 is a productivity powerhouse. Whether you're new to Blackberry or just want to master your new phone, check out our favorite BlackBerry Key2 tips and tricks.
If nothing but a real keyboard will do, then you'll be excited about BlackBerry's return to form with the latest Key2. You'll want to keep your shiny new phone safe with the best BlackBerry Key2 cases.
BlackBerry announced a partnership with Bullitt Group to provide security features to Bullitt's ultra-rugged Cat and Land Rover-branded phones. This is one of only a few deals BlackBerry has made for BlackBerry Secure technology.
The BlackBerry Key2 -- a successor to last year's BlackBerry KeyOne -- is here. It has a physical keyboard that's far easier to use, with an all new button. How does it stack up against its predecessor? We put them head-to-head.
Under TCL Communications’ watch, BlackBerry hardware has taken a fascinating turn for the exciting, and although the new Key2 is full of tech and some interesting innovation, it pays homage to a classic BlackBerry in the best way…
Fans of the physical keyboard will no doubt be looking at the BlackBerry Key2, but how it does to compare to Apple's top device, the iPhone X? We pit the two against one another in various categories to find out.
BlackBerry is preparing to release the BlackBerry KeyTwo, a new phone with a physical keyboard. If you've never used one, and are a touchscreen typist, what would it be like to swap? We changed our iPhone to a BlackBerry KeyOne to find out.