It’s the end of an era.
The dusty old smartphone pioneer is releasing its second Android phone, even after investors (and an uninterested public) urged CEO John Chen to ditch the handset business altogether.
Runs Android, built by another manufacturer.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen defended his company’s approach to authorities in the wake of police breaching its messaging encryption.
One with keyboard, one without, both Android powered and coming in under the £300 mark.
Could be preparing to give up after Android efforts went largely unnoticed by consumers.
Bye-bye Facebook. Bye-bye WhatsApp.
Dutch cops copped a specially modified secure Berry and still managed to decrypt what's inside.
When it comes to clandestine meet-ups with drug lords, fuck WhatsApp.
The Canadian company’s recent blog post says a lot.
Nailing down the best smartphones of 2015 is no easy task, but whether you're after a new iPhone, a fresh slice of Android or (gasp!) a brand new Blackberry, there's something here whatever your high-end taste.
An impressive return.
£559! That puts BlackBerry’s latest in direct competition with some of the best smartphones you can buy.
John Chen's on-screen demo of the Priv quickly turns into an awkward fumble-and-mumble session.
We've no idea what that is supposed to mean either.
With a new hands on video with an evaluation unit of Blackberry’s new smartphone Frankenstein, Baka Mobile’s brief four-minute tour shows off some cool stuff.
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