Only days after thinking it was going to save its bacon
Only a few days after BlackBerry announced that getting into the motoring business was helping it climb back from the dead, it has had to downplay news that Toyota would adopt rival software for its future vehicle consoles.
Car market to save company bacon
A top Wall Street analyst has said that the maker of the Crackberry is set to clean up in the car market.
Gone in 60 seconds
Failed mobile maker Blackberry is working with at least two automakers to develop a security service that would remotely scan vehicles for computer viruses and tell drivers to pull over if they were in critical danger.
Claims it was overcharged.
BlackBerry shares surged 18 per cent after the troubled phone maker won a $815 million award from Qualcomm.
Blackberry might be sinking into a smartphone abyss but it seems that TCL is not wasting its time in building its product list sporting the brand.
Battle between the industry ghosts
A patent war is being fought between two of the industry smartphone leaders of yesteryear – Nokia and Blackberry.
Edward Snowden’s blames Canada
Blackberry has always traded on having tougher security than the next guy, but this might have been because the next guy was Apple, or Google.
Available now for $499
On Tuesday, BlackBerry announced the DTEK60, its last self-manufactured smartphone before it begins to start outsourcing design, production and distribution to OEMs.
Company wants to licence it
The death of the BlackBerry hardware might mean that there is life in the operating system.