It's BlackBerry's thinnest phone yet.
For all of you naysayers out there who think its too late for Blackberry and that they missed their opportunity, I'm here to tell you that the Priv might make you change your mind. Blackberry CEO John Chen has set a sales goal of five million units in the next year, and hitting that goal may keep Blackberry in the handheld market.
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.The head of the Waterloo, Ont.-based com...
WATERLOO, Ont. - BlackBerry (TSX:BB) confirms it's cutting about 100 jobs this week as part of the second phase of its previously announced transformation plan.BlackBerry says the terminations were ha...
It's not often that the fate of a company rests on one or two products, but after a few miserable years, that’s the situation BlackBerry finds itself in as it rolls out the Q10, the keyboard-equipped...
All eyes are on Toronto today for Research In Motion's (now BlackBerry's) big reveal of the long-awaited, oft-delayed BlackBerry 10. Canadians are forced to put patriotism before their pocketbooks when considering the replacement of their current BlackBerry with the new one. The biggest barrier could be the staggering cost of breaking an existing cell-phone contract. So while many Canadians are rooting for BlackBerry, it will be no surprise to see them rooting from the sidelines.
TORONTO, Cananda - Once a leader but now derided as a laggard, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion hopes to regain the confidence of cynical smartphone users this week as the curtain is lifted on its...