The successor to the Bold 9900, the BlackBerry Classic has a 3.5? touchscreen, the dependable BlackBerry keyboard and trackpad, an 8MP rear camera and access to both BlackBerry World and the Amazon App Store. Skip to 2:34.
As the name Blackberry Classic implies, the latest phone from the once great Canadian smartphone company is a retro throwback to better days and brighter times, when people loved the QWERTY keyboard and the world had just discovered fire (well maybe not that far back). But despite Blackberry’s desperation to recover the glory days of [...]
Blackberry just announced the Classic, a phone that looks warped into 2014 via 2009. While by all rights it appears to be solid QWERTY solution in a non-QWERTY world, it’s hilarious that the company announced their latest and greatest...Show More Summary
Patrick Soon-Shiong, the richest doctor in the world, and Blackberry Chief Executive John Chen made some news at Thursday’s Forbes Healthcare Summit, revealing a new app that will allow doctors to review a cancer patient’s genes on a Blackberry phone. Soon-Shiong also announced that we should expect an initial public offering of one of his companies, […]
It happens to the best of us, right? You get in the car, start pulling out of the driveway, then you realize you forgot something and are forced to go back into your house to retrieve it. Well, the most powerful man in the world did that today — albeit with very different logistics. President [...]
We don't give BlackBerry nearly as much attention as the other guys, in large part because almost nobody uses a BlackBerry anymore. Nonetheless, the company's CEO John Chen reassured the world that they are "still in the phone business." OK, but what exactly does that mean? How about a new......
BlackBerry isn't shy about borrowing features to keep BBM relevant in the messaging world; it added stickers to challenge WhatsApp, and now it's taking a page from Snapchat's book. The latest version of BBM introduces a timed messaging feature that...
The mobile phone business is an incredibly competitive one, in which even the most popular cell phones can change drastically over a very short period of time. One need only look to a company like BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)(formerly Research in Motion), which was the early dominant force in the smartphone industry, and now just a […]
After the insane success of her Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game, it appears the reality star has ascended to the A-list of the tech world (maybe the next game will be Kim Kardashian: Silicon Valley). She joined Re/code co-founder Kara Swisher in conversation at the Code/Mobile conference last night to share... More »
BlackBerry has undoubtedly been successful in once again reinstating their name in the competitive world of smart mobile phones.
While the debate between user privacy and public safety and security is nothing new to the mobile world (as Blackberry is well aware), the fact that both Google and Apple have employed enhanced default encryption standards to Android and iOS respectively means that the debate is taking on a new life, one that sees user [...]
BlackBerry’s claim to fame used to hang on amazing physical hardware keyboards, a rarity in today’s smartphone scene. Now the former darling of the work world wants to recapture those glory days. Toward that end, on Wednesday it launched...Show More Summary
The BlackBerry Passport Reviews: parislemon: Certainly doesn’t sound like the absolute worst device is the world, but certainly nothing that will save BlackBerry. A solid C-/D+. I’m perplexed by the design choice here. Yes, it’s the shape of a passport, but why is that a good thing? No one types on their passport. Show More Summary
What's the deal with Blackberry's new square-shaped phone? Brad Molen took it for a spin and, as it turns out, the Passport's not as awkward as it seems. That's not all we have on deck, though -- read on for the rest of Engadget's news highlights...
Is the world ready for a smartwatch with a full physical QWERTY keyboard? Probably not but that’s the first thing that popped into our heads when we read this report from Computerworld in which John Sims, president of BlackBerry enterprise solutions, says that the company is doing research into wearable computers. Show More Summary
Apple, Motorola and Samsung aren't the only companies with their sights set on wearables. BlackBerry, the smartphone maker that always seems to be just a little late to the party, may also be close to stepping into the world of wearable...Show More Summary
BlackBerry were surprisingly quiet about their upcoming mobile offerings during IFA, which was a bit of a surprise considering they do still have plans to release smartphones in the future. But as the mobile world is, this information gets leaked sooner or later, and pictures of the upcoming BlackBerry Classic smartphone. Show More Summary
Windows Phone cracks, Blackberry's out of juice and even Apple's squeezed Android runs on 84.7 per cent of the 301 million mobile phones the world created in the second quarter of 2014, according to market-watcher IDC.…
By Gonzalo Carrasco: Introduction The Internet of Things (or IoT) has the potential to change how we engage with the world. It will make our lives more connected and more productive. Companies are already linking all kinds of devices, from cars to house appliances, to the internet. Show More Summary