WhatsApp has announced that it will formally extend support for BlackBerry 10 devices until June of 2017 as it prepares to leave the platform behind.
BlackBerry has officially moved to release its third Android-powered smartphone, the high-end DTEK60, which sits above the DTEK50.
BlackBerry has formally announced it will cease making new smartphones and will focus on software and security products instead.
Renders have revealed BlackBerry’s upcoming DTEK60 Android smartphone, which improves on the DTEK50 with a larger frame and fingerprint scanner.
Vodacom has revealed the most popular operating systems on its networks, with Android, BlackBerry 10 and iOS among the top three.
BlackBerry has finally released its core apps – the Hub, Calendar and Password Keeper – in a new subscription package available to Android Marshmallow.
With the DTEK50, BlackBerry has just one chance to right itself before its self-imposed profit deadline. Could the company have effectively doomed itself?
BlackBerry has unveiled the DTEK50, its second touchscreen-based Android smartphone which serves as a follow-up to the flagship Priv.
Employees of the US Senate will no longer be issued BlackBerry phones, and will be required to update to either a Galaxy S6 or iPhone SE in future.
Specifications for three of BlackBerry’s upcoming smartphones – codenamed Argon, Neon, and Mercury, have leaked ahead of their official launch.