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Blackberry confirms launch dates for its gorgeous KeyOne Android phone

Earlier this year at Mobile World Congress, we saw the first signs of life from the BlackBerry smartphone brand with the BlackBerry KeyOne. This enticing handset pairs BlackBerry’s iconic physical keyboard with the latest-and-greatest...Show More Summary

Tech Today: BlackBerry Soars, HP’s Nice PC Trends, Microsoft’s ‘Windows Cloud’

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech:  Shares of BlackBerry (BBRY) are up $1.18, or 15%, at $8.88, in early trading after the company announced it was awarded roughly $815 million from Qualcomm (QCOM) for having overpaid the latter in royalties, as a result of arbitration between the two. Show More Summary

Tech Today: Apple For Toshiba? BlackBerry Surges, Surging Chip Prices

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: Shares BlackBerry (BBRY) are surging, up $1.51, or 7%, to $7.46, in early trading, after the company this morning beat fiscal Q4 expectations, lifted by better-than-expectedShow More Summary

Meet the tiny phone company that’s making modularity sustainable

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : CrunchGear

With retro phone brands Nokia and Blackberry remerging at Mobile World Congress this year you’d be forgiven for thinking Mistress Fortune was up to her old wheel-spinning tricks again. And as old tech becomes tech news again, it’s a sign — say some — that smartphone innovation is on the scrap heap. But a commoditized smartphone market offers fresh opportunities if you… Read More

MashTalk: Are BlackBerry and Nokia really back from the dead?

Welcome back to another week of MashTalk. On this week's podcast, the Mashable tech team recaps the best gadgets from Mobile World Congress 2017, discuss Snap Inc's IPO, and debate whether Apple would actually replace the iPhone's Lightning...Show More Summary

BlackBerry is no longer a phone company

2 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Mobile World Congress 2017 concluded on Thursday, but as usual all the devices had been announced on the opening weekend, starting with TCL’s BlackBerry KeyOne. Buried in the news of the fourth BlackBerry device running Android was a big change for the company: BlackBerry no longer makes devices; BlackBerry now only makes software. We had […]

Blackberry Is Back, But Have We Learned To Live Without The Smartphone Keyboard?

This week, a new smartphone brandishing the Blackberry name was unveiled at Mobile World Congress. By all accounts, it looks and feels just like an old Blackberry, albeit running Android in lieu of BlackberryOS. The iPhone and Android...Show More Summary

11 MWC videos you have to watch - CNET

2 months agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

From the BlackBerry KeyOne and the Nokia 3310 to the LG G6 and Moto G5, these videos will make it feel like you were at Mobile World Congress with all the cool phones and gadgets.

11 MWC videos you have to watch - CNET

2 months agoTechnology : CNET: News

From the BlackBerry KeyOne and the Nokia 3310 to the LG G6 and Moto G5, these videos will make it feel like you were at Mobile World Congress with all the cool phones and gadgets.

AC Podcast 326: All about MWC 2017 (LG G6, BlackBerry KeyOne ... Nokia 3310?!)

There was no shortage of big announcements from Mobile World Congress 2017! From the BlackBerry KeyOne to the LG G6, Moto G5, Huawei P10 + P10 Plus, the Huawei Watch 2, Sony Xperia XZ Premium and new phones from Nokia, what's old isShow More Summary

The Nostalgia Tech Trend Is Bad 

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

At the Mobile World Congress trade show last weekend in Barcelona, we saw two formerly great smartphone brands—Nokia and BlackBerry—try to win their way back into consumers’ hearts with the relaunch of decidedly old-school gadgets. BlackBerry Mobile, whose name is licensed to Chinese electronics maker TCL, introduced… Read more...

The next big trend in phones? Nostalgia.

If you'd told me last year that the Mobile World Congress — the biggest mobile industry event of the year apart from the iPhone launch — would be dominated by Nokia and BlackBerry, I'd call you names. Slightly offensive, silly names.  But...Show More Summary

Do Nokia, BlackBerry Still Pack a Punch?

Licensing partners hope the answer is yes as they roll out new phones bearing the respected names at the Mobile World Congress.

BlackBerry, Nokia among past names trying to recapture Mobile World Congress glory

Everyone loves a long shot. Mobile World Congress had plenty of them.        

Party like it’s 2009: First look at the BlackBerry KeyOne [VIDEO]

2 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Mobile World Congress 2017 is kicking off with our first look and hands-on with the all new BlackBerry KeyOne. Can BlackBerry keep the dream of the 2000s alive with their latest physical QWERTY?

BlackBerry hits comeback trail with KeyOne

TCL launched the smartphone that it is counting on to revitalize the diminished BlackBerry brand. It’s called the BlackBerry KeyOne, and is being marketed as the most secure Android phone in the world.        

TCL debuts BlackBerry KeyOne with hardware keyboard and Android Nougat for $549

2 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, Chinese electronics company TCL debuted the BlackBerry KeyOne. For those keeping track, this is the phone previously known as codename Mercury, as first revealed by VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass (evleaks) back in June. This is the first BlackBerry smartphone released by TCL under their brand licensing agreement signed […]

We're live from MWC 2017 in Barcelona!

It's the end of February, which means we're back in Barcelona once again. For the next few days, we'll bringing you coverage of Mobile World Congress 2017 as the news breaks here in Spain. BlackBerry kicks things off with a press conference...Show More Summary

Blackberry “Mercury” Goes Official as the KEYone for the Physical Keyboard Lovers

2 months agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

In a couple of hours (10AM Pacific), Blackberry Mobile will make their new phone, the KEYone, official at Mobile World Congress. You may remember this phone from CES as the “Mercury,” the throwback-style keyboarded Blackberry that also runs Android. Show More Summary

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