SEOUL/JAKARTA (Reuters) - South Korea's pioneering mobile messaging apps have taken their oversized emoticons to Indonesia, intent on breaking the dominance of BlackBerry Ltd's BBM messaging service in one of the world's most active social media market...
At this years edition of the Mobile World Congress, BlackBerry made an effort to try and garner some of the headlines away from the bigger players in the mobile world. Their announcements consisted of a pair of new BlackBerry models that the company was working on. (...)Read the rest of BlackBerry Q20 Available This Fall […]
BlackBerry phones still offer the best security of any other smartphones around but what if you want something that, much like Spinal Tap’s famous amplifiers, pushes your security up from a 10 to an 11? If you’re in the market for aShow More Summary
In this day and age, you would want your email to land seamlessly on your mobile device. BlackBerry perfected push email a long time back, and that became one of its major selling points, but then the world moved beyond email which lead to the company’s downfall. Show More Summary
BlackBerry owners who find the cloud a fascinating place for you to stash away your collection of files and content will be pleased to hear that BlackBerry World now carries their very own Microsoft OneDrive app. The OneDrive app has...Show More Summary
Microsoft today made its OneDrive cloud storage service available to BlackBerry 10 devices. The app, which is free to download from the BlackBerry World store, provides users with 7GB of free online storage. Customers can choose to pay for more storage if they wish. Show More Summary
This week at Mobile World Congress, BlackBerry confirmed to Conversations that its hugely popular messaging app, BBM, will become available on both the new Nokia...
Smartphones: the new geek crack. What's the latest and greatest news in smartphones? World Mobile Congress is happening right now, and the news has mostly been meh, with companies releasing low-end smartphones to target the entry-level and third-world markets. Those Nokia Android rumors we passed along? True, unexciting, and still......
BlackBerry took its first steps towards its mobile device management (MDM)-centric future this week. At Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, it announced plans for a new version of BlackBerry Enterprise Server by the end of 2014 and a free migration deal for users of other MDM platforms. More »
Mobile World Congress is not just a platform for new gadgets and partnerships to be announced, but also a place for some companies to redeem themselves, telling the world they’ve got some fight left. At this year’s MWC, BlackBerry announced … Continue reading ?
BlackBerry Ltd. (BBRY) chief executive John Chen certainly is making headlines this week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Last night it was broad-ranging commentary on his strategy as the recently installed head of the famously struggling mobile-phone company — read Tiernan Ray’s full coverage here. BlackBerry Ltd. This morning it’s Chen raising the idea [...]
Samsung and BlackBerry present new handsets at the Mobile World Congress.
Wearable devices seem to be a hot trend in the wireless industry right now, but BlackBerry isn't taking the bait... at least, not yet. When asked about his company's plans at Mobile World Congress, CEO John Chen was very straight-forward in...
As part of BlackBerry's festivities at Mobile World Congress, CEO John Chen announced a pair of new devices. In addition to the Z3 (Jakarta), Chen also stated that a new QWERTY device called the Classic (aka Q20) is in the works, and will be coming...
Sometimes the world turns on its head. This chart showing Blackberry's stock performance relative to Apple's is one example of that. Blackberry shares have almost doubled out of their December lows climbing from $5.75 to today's close of $9.14. Show More Summary
BlackBerry is increasing security within its BlackBerry World app store after announcing plans to add badges that show users which apps have passed malware and security testing. BlackBerry already provides... Keep reading ?
Today at its Mobile World Congress event, Nokia announced that BlackBerry Messenger will be released in the “coming months” for its Windows Phone devices. Wahoo! BBM coming to #Lumia! #NokiaMWC... Keep reading ?
Not so long ago BlackBerry was a market leader. It was loved by consumers and it was indispensable for businesses, governments and militaries around the world. Things took a turn for the worst half a decade ago and since then the company’s market share has eroded substantially. Show More Summary
Microsoft held a Windows Phone event at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today to go over its plans to increase the mobile operating system's global market share. In the middle of the presentation, Microsoft showed a video about how the Windows Phone operating system is gained momentum and market share in 2013. Show More Summary
Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you updated on what's happening in the digital world. T-Mobile is sort of making nice after it angered BlackBerry loyalists and even its CEO with an offer...Show More Summary