Porsche put its World Endurance Championship driver Mark Webber behind the wheel of a 911 GT3 Cup racecar with a Porsche-designed Blackberry phone to prove that even the best can’t text and drive without distraction. Read more...
Ponder the photo you see above for a moment. Yes, that's Apple Music running on a BlackBerry phone powered by Android -- products from three mobile rivals working in harmony. The very concept of this would have been outlandish just a year ago, let alone a few years earlier when these companies were at each other's throats. Show More Summary
BlackBerry users, both legacy and those waiting patiently for the new Priv to arrive, know what a nice smartphone keyboard is like. The rest of the world may have forgotten, due largely to the meager offerings from other companies over the last few years. Show More Summary
Since BlackBerry decided to come over to the Android world with the Priv, we finally had an opportunity to review a BlackBerry for ourselves here at Android Central. But the folks over at CrackBerry have been reviewing them since... well, BlackBerry has been making phones.
BlackBerry is known for its security in the corporate world, and with the PRIV running Android, the company will have to deal with an entirely different method of keeping its device safe. We all know how carriers love to delay Android updates. BlackBerry has spoken about such problems and revealed that important security hotfixes can be [...]
The longstanding problem with the Android mobile operating system has been the multitude of security vulnerabilities generated by both the number of versions of Android running around the world and the availability of timely security patches for those versions and those vulnerabilities. The result of such fragmentation has long been an Android ecosystem rife with [...]
Here are some things going on in your world of tech: Both HP Inc. (HPQ) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) are trading higher Monday after the record spinoff. Meg Whitman, the CEO of HPE and HP Inc. chairman, appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” today and spoke about how the new company will help companies transform their […]
WBC #6 contender and former world title challenger Ganigan “La Marravilla” Lopez (25-6, 16 KOs) stopped 19-year-old late sub Juan “Paisita” Lopez (13-3, 7 KOs) by TKO in round four on Friday night at the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City, … Continue reading ? The post Lopez defeats Lopez in four appeared first on Boxing News.
Two ads set out to convince consumers that the Priv combines the best of both worlds: the Android mobile software and BlackBerry security.
Boxeo Telemundo Ford and All Star Boxing will close its fall season this Friday at the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City, Mexico. The main event another Mexican “Civil War” when WBC #6 contender and world title challenger Ganigan “La Marravilla” … Continue reading ? The post Boxeo TELEMUNDO closes its Fall Season this Friday in Mexico City appeared first on Boxing News.
BlackBerry's reputation for security is so strong that its devices are frequently used by world leaders as their go-to smartphone of choice. With the forthcoming Priv, the firm has had to try and bring its brand-name security to Android, an operating system with a less-than stellar history when it comes to security and privacy. Show More Summary
When it comes to smartphone security, there is a reason why governments and companies around the world still choose BlackBerry. However with BlackBerry turning to Android with the BlackBerry Priv, the question is can they still maintain...Show More Summary
In a rematch, former two-time world title challenger David “Severo” Carmona (20-2-5, 8 KOs) won a ten round split decision over WBO #9, WBC #11 contender Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez (12-3, 4 KOs) on Friday night at the Blackberry Auditorium in … Continue reading ? The post Carmona defeats Rodriguez again appeared first on Boxing News.
The remaining BlackBerry diehards don’t have a new BlackBerry 10 flagship phone to get excited for this year. Instead, they have the BlackBerry Priv, the world’s first BlackBerry Android phone that promises to bring the company’s first-rate mobile security to the Wild West of Google’s mobile operating system. Show More Summary
BlackBerry’s first foray into the world of Android devices comes in the form of the upcoming BlackBerry Priv. Originally introduced in September, the lure of the device will reportedly be a melding of Android with traditional BlackBerry security and productivity features. Show More Summary
Our world is filled with convergence. Personal lives have been converging with business lives since the original Blackberry phone. Disruption enters everything we hold near and dear to us and often requires us to rethink our own path or how we fit into this world. This is my story in the converging world.
I, like many others, cut my smartphone teeth in the world of Windows Mobile and BlackBerry. In my case it was mostly the latter, and I can, happily, say that I carried one of the Waterloo company's phones in my arsenal up until just over 2 years ago. Show More Summary
When it comes to mobile security and despite BlackBerry’s extremely low market share, many still associate such security with BlackBerry’s platform. In fact there are many high-profile figures and governments around the world that still relies on BlackBerry’s technology to help ensure their data does not get into the wrong hands. Show More Summary
While the Android world this week has been all about Google’s new Nexus devices, BlackBerry generated some buzz on Tuesday by releasing the first official photos of the BlackBerry Priv, its first-ever Android phone that will release later this year. Show More Summary
I like John Chen, BlackBerry’s current CEO. When I met him at Mobile World Congress, he came across as an engaging, smart man with a personality, and that’s not always a given in a CEO. His approach was certainly a welcome departure from former CEO Thorsten Heins. Show More Summary