BlackBerry News

BlackBerry to buy security firm Cylance for $1.4 billion

BlackBerry said the acquisition of Cylance would enable it to add artificial intelligence capabilities to its existing software products, the all-cash deal would close before the end of its current fiscal year in February 2019

BlackBerry adds autonomous cars muscle with $1.4 billion Cylance buy

BlackBerry, which dominated the smartphone market a decade ago, has shifted to selling software to manage mobile devices, as well as areas such as driverless cars.

BlackBerry Key2 LE review: A confusing affair

BlackBerry Key2 LE review: BlackBerry Key2 LE fails to recreate the magic of an old BlackBerry phone.

BlackBerry KEY2 LE launched in India at Rs 29,990, sale from October 12 on Amazon India

BlackBerry KEY2 LE has been officially launched in India by Optiemus Infracom Limited for a price of Rs 29,990. KEY2 LE will be Amazon exclusive in India with sales starting October 12, 2018.

BlackBerry Evolve sale from October 10 on Amazon India: Price, specifications

BlackBerry Evolve exclusive to Amazon and those interested can register click on 'Notify Me' to get notified when the phone becomes available.

Facebook accuses BlackBerry of stealing voice-messaging technology

BlackBerry didn’t immediately respond to messages sent outside regular business hours seeking comment on the suit.

IFA 2018: BlackBerry KEY2 LE with revamped physical keyboard, dual rear cameras launched

BlackBerry KEY2 LE with a 4.5-inch display, Android Oreo and dual rear cameras launched at IFA 2018 for a price of $399 (roughly Rs 28,300).

IFA 2018 preview: What to expect from Huawei, Sony, BlackBerry, LG, and HTC

IFA 2018: Huawei Kirin 980, Sony Xperia XZ3, LG V40 to BlackBerry Key2 LE and HTC U12 Life, here are the top launches expected at the tech show.

BlackBerry Key2 LE could debut at IFA 2018, hints official teaser

BlackBerry in its official Twitter handle posts a short teaser video, hinting at the arrival of the Key 2 LE at IFA Berlin 2018

Here is how BlackBerry is trying to stay relevant in 2018

At one point of time, BlackBerry was one of the top mobile phone manufacturers, best known for producing smartphones with a physical keyboard.

BlackBerry Videos

BlackBerry Priv Video Review

BlackBerry Priv retains most natural elements of Android while adding their bits as add-ons and not as a wrap like other manufacturers


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