Post Profile

End Of An Era: BlackBerry To Stop Making Smartphones

The age of the iconic keyboard-ed smartphone is over as BlackBerry's John Chen confirmed that the firm will stop developing hardware in-house as its pivot to software shows “signs of momentum”. As Bloomberg reports, BlackBerry has completely outsourced smartphone design and production, a process that Chen had been doing piecemeal since taking over as CEO almost three years ago.
read more

See more about: John Chen

Related Posts

BlackBerry will license QWERTY keyboard design to allow it to live on

Technology / Google : Phandroid

BlackBerry is no longer making devices in-house, but that doesn't mean all their hardware influence is going to die. BlackBerry CEO John Chen has confirmed that the iconic BlackBerry keyboard will indeed live on.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Blackberry's CEO John Chen said that the future of the brand is in h

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

In an interview with Bloomberg, Blackberry's CEO John Chen said that the future of the brand is in hardware keyboards. "I personally love the keyboards," he said, "so you will look to Blackberry going forward to do keyboards — I wou...

BlackBerry CEO talks up incoming ‘Classic’ handset

Technology : The Next Web Blog

BlackBerry CEO John Chen revealed details of BlackBerry’s next smartphone: the Classic. It’s a pretty appropriate name too from the looks of it; the device will feature BlackBerry’s much-loved full hardware Qwerty keyboard and is cl...

The end of an era: BlackBerry will no longer make its own phones

Technology : The Next Web Blog

BlackBerry Limited today confirmed that it will no longer create its own phones, instead choosing to rely on hardware partners like China’s TCL Corporation. In a statement, BlackBerry CEO John Chen said “The company plans to end all...

BlackBerry confirms it will end in-house hardware development, will outsource to partners instead

Technology : Venture Beat

Ailing mobile phone giant BlackBerry has confirmed long-standing rumors that it would stop making hardware, and instead would focus on software and services. Announcing its Q2 Fiscal 2017 financials today, BlackBerry CEO John Chen h...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC