BlackBerry DTEK50 is priced at $299 and will start shipping from August 8.
BlackBerry has just announced a new smartphone, the DTEK 50 based on Android. The phone is priced $299.
In an earlier July 7 post, Ralph Pini, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager for Devices, had said that the company will “no longer manufacture BlackBerry Classic”
BlackBerry CEO John Chen thinks tech companies should comply with lawful requests to access protected data
Canadian federal police have been able to eavesdrop on messages sent between BlackBerry smartphones since at least 2010 using an encryption key it obtained
BlackBerry is working on two mid-range Android smartphones this year, one with a physical keyboard and one with a touchscreen and plans to launch them this year
BlackBerry has announced the launch of a new BBM release on iOS, Android and BlackBerry smartphones for enhanced privacy.
BlackBerry is disappointed as not just WhatsApp but Facebook too decides to end support for BlackBerry OS 10 services by the end of 2016.
Facebook has announced that it will withdraw support of its essential APIs for BlackBerry.
BlackBerry is committed to our BlackBerry 10 operating system, and we work closely with developers to create and deploy solutions
BlackBerry Priv, the first Android smartphone from the troubled-Canadian tech company, has gotten its a new set of updates
BlackBerry to provide enterprise security services via Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform
BlackBerry Priv is undoubtedly the best Android smartphone with a physical keyboard but its camera efforts need improvement
BlackBerry Priv’s camera is good but it seems to get really bad with red colour however
BlackBerry Priv retains most natural elements of Android while adding their bits as add-ons and not as a wrap like other manufacturers