BlackBerry isn’t dead yet — and it’s not giving up without a fight.
We know BlackBerry’s last quarter was a messy one for the company, but seeing all the details in its second quarter earnings report still hurts.
BlackBerry’s next BB 10 device ticks all the right boxes for a modern smartphone, though there’s no sign that its ecosystem has gotten any better.
This move may be several years too late, but BlackBerry announced this morning that it will be exploring “strategic alternatives” for its business through a newly formed special committee.
Going private could give BlackBerry the breathing room it needs to recover.
While it looked like BlackBerry was on the verge of a rebound last quarter, the company’s latest earnings results show that it’s still struggling to stay afloat.
BlackBerry needs all the help it can get.
Just a few days of sales data are all that BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins needed to predict that his company would sell huge quantities of its newest, keyboard-equipped smartphone.
We downloaded 13.4 billion apps in the first three months of 2013, spending $2.2 billion U.S. on apps and in-app purchases.
Have you been considering the new BlackBerry Z10 but aren’t sure what to think about the still-fresh BlackBerry 10 operating system? If you’re an iPhone or Android owner, now you can try out BB 10 in your mobile browser.
Well look at that, BlackBerry is on the rebound.
If you’re looking for advice on how to innovate, the CEO of BlackBerry probably isn’t the best person to turn to. But he has a point.
Perhaps BlackBerry is finally paying attention.
Editor’s Pick It took about two hours for my initial excitement over the BlackBerry Z10 to disappear.
Balsillie’s 26.8 million shares of common stock amounted to a 5.1 percent stake in the company. At one point — literally in the days right after the first iPhone launched — that much stock was worth around $6 billion. But, oh, how the mighty have fallen.
BlackBerry has confirmed that it has no plans to bring its latest phones to Japan.
Things are looking pretty good so far for the Z10 in Canada, but can BlackBerry keep it up?
The waiting game for BlackBerry 10 has just begun — at least in the U.S.
By creating a low-risk way for developers to port their Android apps to BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry aims to bolster its app selection.
BlackBerry’s latest alpha device shows that it isn’t likely to give up on hardware keyboards anytime soon
BlackBerry is in a long decline, but does it make sense to make games for its smartphones?
The biggest surprise from today’s BlackBerry 10 event: these phones aren’t half bad.
While the new BlackBerry smartphones were the stars of today’s launch event, the company isn’t forgetting about the PlayBook tablets already on the market.
The company formerly known as RIM launched its new BlackBerry 10 platform for mobile devices today with an impressive list of applications.
With her new gig, Keys will become the creative face for BlackBerry 10.
The company formerly known as RIM has announced the Z10 and Q10, the first devices running its spanking-new BlackBerry 10 operating system.
Editor’s Pick Research in Motion renamed itself as just BlackBerry, introduced the first BlackBerry 10 phones, and trotted out singer Alicia Keys as its new “global creative director.” It was a big press event for the struggling mobile phone maker.
BlackBerry 10 is late. And I’m not just talking about missing a few release dates.
A BlackBerry 10 phone made by Samsung or HTC? RIM could one day make it happen.
To fill out its BlackBerry 10 ecosystem, RIM is turning to the most effective bargaining chip of them all – cash.
When RIM finally releases BlackBerry 10, it will do so with the support of at least three of the four major U.S. carriers.
RIM’s ambitious BlackBerry 10 strategy means you’ll be seeing not just two BB 10 phones this year, but a half dozen of them.
By expanding its patent agreement with InterDigital to cover 4G LTE, RIM is making a big investment in the future of the BlackBerry.
For a company that specializes in secure devices, RIM isn’t so good at keeping secrets.
With revenue down nearly 50 percent this quarter, RIM’s BlackBerry 10 launch matters more than ever.
These screenshots are a hot mess, much like RIM’s future if current trends continue.
In an event scheduled for January 30, RIM will showcase the operating system that will decide its fate.
RIM may not intend to officially announce its L-Series BlackBerry 10 phone until January, but some enterprising bloggers have already gotten their hands on it.
Check out this image and a few vids we rounded up to preview BlackBerry 10 before it launches next month.