If you’ve been longing for a new Android phone with a physical keyboard, BlackBerry’s got what you need.
BlackBerry has announced that it’s working on an Android phone called the “BlackBerry Priv.” The Priv will be BlackBerry’s first Android phone, with a launch expected to take place in late 2015. ... Read More »
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The BlackBerry Venice has been the star of a number of leaks lately, including reports that suggest that it’ll launch on all four US carriers in November. Despite all of those leaks, though, we’ve never known what the Venice will be known as once it actually hits store shelves. That is, ... Read More »
As it stands right now, the BlackBerry-branded Venice is a really poorly kept secret, especially with the launch of the device not rumored to happen until November. But of course leaks and rumors are part of the business, and considering how long BlackBerry has been part of it, the company’s probably not at all surprised ... Read More »
Blackberry’s upcoming Android slider, the Blackberry Venice, has popped up once again in a new set of images from a couple of different sources. At this point, it’s all but officially confirmed that the Venice will be Blackberry’s entry into the Android world. It features a large display and Android Lollipop in addition to its ... Read More »
While the BlackBerry-branded Venice has been making the rounds as of late, it’s apparently not the only BlackBerry device to be installed with Google’s mobile operating system.
According to a new video published by Dudu Rocha Tec., there’s a BlackBerry Passport out there in the wild that’s running Android. And, to be specific, it’s ... Read More »
Blackberry is a company that many, myself included, didn’t think would last this long. But it has clung to life with a loyal fan base. That base isn’t enough to sustain BlackBerry, though, so it’s turning to a different tactic. Blackberry is going to become a manufacturer of Android devices. Its first device is codenamed the BlackBerry ... Read More »
BlackBerry has long been struggling to succeed. It used to be the most popular enterprise phone, with leading security and features for the workplace. Every businessman had a BlackBerry! But with the advances of iOS and Android, BlackBerry devices have been forgotten and the company has not been able to rekindle its past success.
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Want a little more proof that BlackBerry could very well be on the verge of releasing its own Android device? According to some new Whois records, BlackBerry Limited just recently purchased both AndroidSecured.com and .net. At this point we’d be more surprised if BlackBerry doesn’t release an Android phone than if they do.
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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 »