Tag: BlackBerry


BlackBerry phones could disappear as TCL partnership ends

February 3, 2020

Via: The Verge

The brand keeping BlackBerry phones alive across most of the globe, TCL Communications, plans to stop selling BlackBerry phones later this year. In a tweet this morning, TCL announced that it “will no longer be selling” BlackBerry-branded phones as of […]


Remember BlackBerry – how about its (DTEK) phones?

September 29, 2016

Via: James Hughes

Updated: BlackBerry announced it would actually stop making its own smartphones, due to the $372 million loss for its fiscal second quarter. Therefore, the DTEK60 is “unlikely to show up”, as CNET puts it. Although CrackBerry announced on Monday, September […]


BlackBerry could kill its handset business in 2016

October 9, 2015

Via: itCurated

BlackBerry’s problems have been headline news for a number of years now, and even after a major refresh under the leadership of John Chen there’s still no sign of profit for the company. Now it sounds like there could be […]


BlackBerry’s Good Technology Buy

September 7, 2015

Via: itCurated

Ask your fifth grader what a BlackBerry is and he’ll probably point you to fruit that grows on a bush. Ask a 40 to 60 year old or someone like Google boss Eric Schmidt the same question and you’ll get […]

E-payment & Security

BlackBerry Bolsters Security Expertise

February 12, 2015

Via: itCurated

Canada’s mobile communications behemoth BlackBerry is bolstering its mobile security prowess. As we understand, David Kleidermacher has joined the Company as Chief Security Officer. According to an announcement from the smartphone maker, Kleidermacher assumes responsibility for the global Product Security […]