Entries in 'blackberry' (12)
As has long been rumoured, troubled smartphone manufacturer Blackberry is making the jump to Android.
Blackberry CEO John Chen has tried to argue that President Obama’s recent net neutrality rulings should have wider implications for the technology sector.
84.7 per cent of smartphones shipped worldwide in the quarter ending June 2014 used Google’s Android operating system.
The boss of beleaguered smartphone company Balckberry has denied telling a news agency that it could quit the handset business.
Having been defeated by Apple in more or less aspect of its business, Blackberry has decided to mock its rival over the iPhone’s battery life.
The Global Creative Director at Blackberry has left the company. That, of course, was singer-songwriter Alicia Keys.
The proposed sale of troubled phone specialist Blackberry to Fairfax Financial Holdings has been scrapped.
With a dark cloud of uncertainty hanging over it, Blackberry has released an open letter in which it has tried to reassure the world that everything will be fine.
T-Mobile US is to withdraw BlackBerry smartphones from sale in its stores, following a lack of demand.
Financial services firm and existing Blackberry shareholder Fairfax has agreed to acquire the struggling phone company.
A catastrophic loss of nearly $1bn has forced Blackberry – formerly RIM – to announce the axing of 4,500 jobs.
After what can only be described as a very tough year so far, Blackberry has finally admitted that the end may be close.