Apparently it has become more cybersecurity
BlackBerry reported its first-quarter results, beating analysts’ expectations, thanks to its cybersecurity business.
It could get messy
BlackBerry wants to settle a more than eight-year-old lawsuit claiming it defrauded shareholders by inflating the success and profitability of its long-discontinued BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
For whom the bell trolls
BlackBerry announced a sale of its prized patent portfolio for $600 million to "Catapult IP Innovations Inc.," a new company BlackBerry describes as "a special purpose vehicle formed to acquire the BlackBerry patent assets."
There might be a few still around
Ancient BlackBerry phone running BlackBerry OS are now officially going to be out of support.
An encrypted BlackBerry device that was cracked five years after it was first seized by police is poised to be the key piece of evidence in one of the state's longest-running drug importation investigations.
Looks like all that Huawei stuff is projection
Writes $1.4 billion cheque
BlackBerry announced that it has agreed to acquire endpoint security firm Cylance for $1.4 billion in cash.
Drugs conviction for Phantom Secure's Ramos
The Canadian executive of a 10-year-old company that marketed its purportedly secure BlackBerry services to thousands of criminals - who paid at least $4,000 per year, per device - has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge.
The case will not go away
A US judge rejected BlackBerry request to dismiss a lawsuit claiming it inflated its stock price and defrauded shareholders by painting a misleadingly positive picture of sales prospects for its BlackBerry 10.