As Mobile World Congress 2015 winds to a close today in Barcelona, Spain, the festivities aren’t wrapping up without at least one major headline for BlackBerry. The embattled Canadian smartphone maker came to MWC to show off its newest mobile hardware. BlackBerry used its presence in Barcelona to introduce the new BlackBerry Leap smartphone for […]
BlackBerry has had a busy week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
On March 3, at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, Blackberry announced its latest smartphone. The new BlackBerry Leap is an all-touch smartphone boasting a reasonable price tag, the company says. Here are some specs to sink your teeth into: The Leap sports a 5-inch HD display, BlackBerry 10 OS, 16GB of storage, and an 8MP...
BlackBerry's CEO admits that younger users prefer an on-screen keyboard. BlackBerry on Tuesday unveiled two new phones at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona—one for each end of its user base. The first, still unnamed phone will...Show More Summary
Blackberry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) is planning to launch four new phones over the next year and its venturing in becoming a giant in software as reported on ABC News. During the Mobile World Congress wireless show in Barcelona this past Tuesday, Blackberry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s CEO John Chen said that since he took over a little over […]
BlackBerry spent a long, long time courting the world's business buffs, and for a while its phones were corporate icons as much as they were communicators. Now the folks in Waterloo are making another play for all the "young, mobile professionals" ou...
BARCELONA - BlackBerry, the company best known for its physical keyboard devices, hasn't given up on the concept of a keyboard-less touchscreen phone. The BlackBerry Leap, announced at Mobile World Congress on Tuesday, is a 5-inch smartphone...Show More Summary
BlackBerry puts all their cards on the table as they unveil their latest smartphone at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Dubbed “Leap,” the 4G LTE device runs on BlackBerry 10 software and features an impressive 5?… The post BlackBerry Unveils 5? Leap Smartphone appeared first on Highsnobiety.
BlackBerry has jumped back into the touchscreen smartphone market with the launch of the BlackBerry Leap. Unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the five-inch, mid-range smartphone eschews the famous QWERTY keyboard in favor of a 1280 x 720 screen. Show More Summary
BlackBerry unveiled its new Leap smartphone today at Mobile World Congress. It’s a 5-inch all-touch 4G LTE device aimed at young professionals and features the latest version of BlackBerry 10 OS. The Leap has a 720p screen, a 1.5GhzShow More Summary
BlackBerry has lifted the lid on its next smartphone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona today -- the BlackBerry HD Leap, a touchscreen-enabled 4G LTE device.
BlackBerry's recovery relies on the company's reinvention as a software and services business, which has enabled its hardware designers to go a little bit wild. At Mobile World Congress, BB's handset chief Ron Louks just pulled out a prototype of a h...
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) issued an update of its BBM software at the ongoing Mobile World Conference in Barcelona that is to be rolled out for Android and BlackBerry 10 devices. The iOS version is to follow suit. Privacy and control remain key with the latest upgrade especially when messaging according to a statement from the […]
How hard is is to “dominate” a company whose mobile platform has an estimated 0.4% of the market? Probably more difficult than Silent Circle, the company behind the security-centric Blackphone, thinks. As Gizmodo reports, Silent Circle...Show More Summary
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY), a world famous smart-phone maker and well known for its secure devices, is planning to offer a cloud-based version of its BES12, a mobile device management service that will make it more accessible for businesses with medium and small sizes who don’t want to run it in their office computers or need […]
As the annual Mobile World Congress officially kicks off in Barcelona today the news out of Blackberry is distinctly less flashy than what one might expect at an event defined by cutting edge technology, but perhaps that’s to be expected from a company quickly moving away from the flashier hardware side of the mobile industry. [...]
Silent Circle, a secure communications company, is updating its high-security Blackphone, and launching a tablet device, as it targets business customers, and Blackberry's market.
Watch out, iPhone and BlackBerry: Android wants to be the world's work phone of choice. If you have a job and an Android phone, Google wants to make sure you'll use your smartphone at work. This week, Mountain View announced a new Android...Show More Summary
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY), the Canadian maker of smart-phones, tablets, and also well-known throughout the world as a provider of highly reliable and secure software for industrial applications and Mobile Device Management (MDM), has filed a lawsuit against Ryan Seacrest’s Typo for the second time. The Hollywood Reporter article discussed the details on why and what […]
Let's put Apple, Samsung and all their ilk aside for few moments: It really wasn't that long ago that a homegrown Canadian company called BlackBerry (well, RIM at the time) basically ruled the mobile world. The outfit's slow decline has been chronicl...