Yesterday a report claimed that the Android-powered BlackBerry Venice will launch at AT&T. The detail that most of us are probably more interested in, though, is what the phone looks like. Today that info has been revealed.
An image of what’s said to be the BlackBerry Venice has ... Read More »
BlackBerry is going downhill fast, with dropping market share and people losing interest. Honestly, when was the last time you remembered BlackBerry even exists? But all hope is not lost, as the company is dropping its own operating system for one device, and adopting our own Android OS. And if the rumors are true, it’s ... Read More »
For Android users out there that happen to take advantage of BlackBerry Messenger, a noteworthy update for the app is now available. With it, BBM users will have an option for even more privacy features as well as a brand new UI refresh.
First up, specifically for Android users, BBM has a new material design ... Read More »
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal today, Samsung Co-CEO J.K. Shin provided some clarification on the company’s relationship with BlackBerry going forward. It doesn’t involve an acquisition, however; Samsung ... Read More »
Apparently Samsung is interested in starting 2015 off with a bang.
According to a source speaking to Reuters, as well as documents purportedly seen by the publication, Samsung has made an offer to buy BlackBerry for as much as $7.5 billion. Executives from the two firms ... Read More »
While we imagine the number of BBM users who are also Android Wear owners is relatively small, there should be at least a couple of you excited by BlackBerry’s news of the day: BBM is coming to Android Wear.
According to the blog post announcing the messenger’s arrival on Android Wear, BBM ... Read More »
BlackBerry announced today a new partnership with mobile giant Samsung that aims to offer a new totally integrated end-to-end security offering for Android. By combining Samsung’s Knox software with BlackBerry’s BES12 cross-platform enterprise mobile management service, the two companies are hoping to bring top of the line security to Android.
Love waking up with a fresh pile of market share statistics alongside your morning coffee? If you’re nodding your head in agreement, then today’s your lucky day. Research firm comScore has released its latest report on the state of the smartphone market in the U.S., giving us an idea of how widely-adopted each ... Read More »