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It was just days ago that a minor panic swept through the Android world. Security company Check Point revealed four security vulnerabilities known as QuadRooter that impacted over 900 million devices using Qualcomm processors. This naturally caused a bit [...]
Blackberry claims that the DTEK50 is the world's most secure smartphone but is it worth buying solely on its security features? Find out in our review
Welcome back, MashTalkers! Pete is out this week, so Lance and I are joined by Mashable Product Analyst Ray Wong to talk about everything happening in the world of tech. SEE ALSO: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is classy, powerful and super secure We kick the show off with a discussion about Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 event. Show More Summary
After Kim Kardashian whined about the death of her Blackberry Bold, it occurred to us that the reality star suffers real hardship in the form of First World Problem. A First World Problem is defined as "a relatively trivial or minorShow More Summary
Tragedy has struck Kim Kardashian's digital world, and she may not be able to recover. Kim shared the sad news with fans yesterday that her Blackberry Bold officially died. It may have been the reality star's most prized possession, and now she's faced with a very difficult decision. "Sooo my blackberry bold died," she tweeted on August 4th. Show More Summary
As rumors surrounding the much-anticipated iPhone 7 continue to swirl, BlackBerry is hoping it can regain some long lost traction with its new DTEK50. Referred to as the world’s most secure Android smartphone, the DTEK50 delivers BlackBerry’s unmatched security, privacy and productivity at an affordable price. Show More Summary
As promised, Blackberry has another smartphone to reveal to the world. The DTEK50 is a good mid-range package, and the list price of $299 is not only less than the launch price of the BlackBerry Priv. It's also the Android handset where BlackBerry pulls its focus away from the High Street, and targets the enterprise market with as much force as it can muster.
DTEK50 delivers BlackBerry’s unmatched security, privacy and productivity to price-conscious consumers and businesses Waterloo, ON – BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB), a global leader in mobile communications, announced today that DTEK50TM, the world’s most secure Android smartphone, is now available for pre-orders at ShopBlackBerry.com. Show More Summary
That didn’t take long. On the same day leaked images of the BlackBerry DTEK50 leaked, BlackBerry has gone ahead and made the device officially official. BlackBerry has announced the DTEK50 as the “world’s most secure smartphone.” As we can see, the DTEK50 does indeed share design similarities to the
BlackBerry on Tuesday introduced the DTEK50, which it claims to be “the world’s most secure Android smartphone.” It’s the Waterloo-based company’s first follow-up to last year’s BlackBerry Priv, and further solidifies its shift toward embracing Google’s mobile OS. Unlike that $700 phone, though, the DTEK50 is relatively affordable. Show More Summary
The full touchscreen midrange phone is the latest product from the struggling phone maker. BlackBerry touts the DTEK 50 as the most secure Android phone in the world.
BlackBerry has officially announced the keyboardless DTEK50, the second Android offering from the company. Being touted as the world's most secure Android smartphone, it features a 5.2-inch scratch resistant display, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a convenience key which you can map to your favorite app and much more. Show More Summary
[Pepijn de Vos] was excited to interact with the world’s most popular augmented reality pedometer, Pokemon Go, and was extremely disappointed to find that his Blackberry couldn’t run it. Still, as far as he could tell from behind his...Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: John Chen still finds fault with Apple's refusal to unlock a terrorist's iPhone, arguing that companies must pitch in "if the world is in danger."
This week I’m jumping coast to coast to see the BlackBerry Security Summit. The guest keynote speaker was ex-New York Mayer Rudy Giuliani and the guy looked beat having flown in himself at 2AM from the Republican National Convention....Show More Summary
Protect your content everywhere it travels with the world leader in Secure File Synchronization and Sharing. Recognized as a global leader by Industry Analysts, WatchDox by BlackBerry is the only solution that can systematically enforce file-level DRM security for critical business content and applications. Show More Summary
In the most critical situations, the world trusts BlackBerry. BlackBerry has a proud history of connecting people through secure mobile communications at work and at play. But the true measure of our technology—and the thing we’re most passionate about—is the reassuring response it provides under extraordinary circumstances. Show More Summary
The world may be melting down into Brexitian chaos, but for a company like Blackberry that’s the least of its worries. After all, customers already voted themselves out of Blackberry’s ecosystem years ago, choosing to embrace Apple’s iPhone or Google’s Android phones. Show More Summary
Last week, developer Marco Arment suggested in a blog posting that if Apple were to fail to grasp the potential for voice-based Artificial Intelligence to change the nature of smartphone demand, the company's core revenue generator could...Show More Summary