As BlackBerry's restructuring program continues with the announcement of 200 job cuts, the Canadian smartphone maker has seen miserably low handset sales with barely a handful of devices still on the market. As a result, BlackBerry seems to be changing direction.
BlackBerry subsidiary QNX is making a splash at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it’s promoting a new software platform that could allow major car companies to offer self-driving vehicles to consumers as early as 2017.
BlackBerry's chief executive John Chen says he stands by a controversial blog post he published earlier this week that outlines when he'd be willing to hand private customer information over to law enforcement.
BlackBerry is getting a financial boost from its growing software division, but the smartphone company says it's still to early to deem its latest Priv phone either a sales success or a disappointment.
BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB) is standing firm on its promise to close its operations in Pakistan rather than accept that country's demands for "unfettered" access to its BES servers, even after a one-month delay in the government's deadline.
The BlackBerry Priv, the company's first Android device, marks what could be a last-ditch attempt by the Waterloo, Ont.-based developer to create a phone popular enough to save its struggling hardware division.