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BlackBerry is hoping not only to return to the hearts and minds of smartphone users but, starting next year, the company wants to get into their cars and homes too.
BlackBerry Ltd. made progress towards improving its bottom line in the third quarter, but the Canadian technology company still faces an uphill battle in swaying sentiment on the smartphones that built its reputation.
Attention BlackBerry Curve and Bold users: BlackBerry wants you to ditch your ancient phone and upgrade to something familiar yet new.
While BlackBerry's latest smartphone might look familiar, chief executive John Chen said Wednesday the new Classic model is hardly a 'rehash' of old technology.
Germany has approved BlackBerry's purchase of encryption firm Secusmart after signing a "no-spy" agreement with the Canadian smartphone maker.
BlackBerry is taking aim at Apple customers by offering up to US$600 for Canadian customers if they trade-in their iPhone for the company’s Passport smartphone.
BlackBerry Ltd. is partnering with rival smartphone maker Samsung Electronics Co. in an agreement that will see it provide mobile security technology for the Android operating system.
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan is buying into the future of BlackBerry as the smartphone company pushes forward with its recovery effort.
Who you gonna call, Bill Murray? After years of shunning mobile devices, the "Ghostbusters" actor says he's carrying his first smartphone -- an old BlackBerry device.
BlackBerry Ltd.'s latest financial results showed Friday that improvement is gradually making its way through the company, but that its road to recovery is far from over.
There's one indisputable fact about BlackBerry's new Passport smartphone: it's different.