BlackBerry may not be building its phones anymore, but it is making apps.
BlackBerry has unveiled a brand new Android app called Notable. With it, users can capture what’s displayed on their phone’s screen and then edit that content with free-form drawing, stickers, and text. It’s a quick way to make ... Read More »
We’ve already seen the BlackBerry Mercury at CES 2017. The device has a touch-sensitive physical keyboard underneath a large display, a USB Type-C port, a fingerprint reader in the spacebar, and Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
The Mercury name isn’t final and none ... Read More »
TCL has been teasing the upcoming arrival of another BlackBerry with a physical keyboard, and today the device has been revealed.
The new BlackBerry is being officially shown off by TCL. Known by the codename “Mercury” for now, it looks like a traditional BlackBerry handset with a candybar design and physical keyboard.
Interestingly enough, the ... Read More »
A partnership with TCL has already been in place with BlackBerry, seeing as the DTEK50 and DTEK60 devices use TCL’s designs, but now everything is official.
Today BlackBerry announced that it has entered into a long-term licensing agreement with TCL Communication. With the agreement in place, BlackBerry will dole ... Read More »
BlackBerry has launched a few Android-based devices to date, and they’re slowing down anytime soon.
As revealed in leaked photos, BlackBerry has at least one new device coming down the pipe that features a touchscreen and a physical keyboard. Of course, this isn’t a surprise, as BlackBerry CEO John Chen confirmed that such a device was ... Read More »
Earlier this month, BlackBerry’s Android-based DTEK60 went up for pre-order even before the company got around to officially announcing the device. Now the wait for an official announcement is finally over.
BlackBerry has taken the wraps off the DTEK60, its latest Android smartphone. The DTEK60 looks similar to the DTEK50 that launched earlier ... Read More »
BlackBerry might have given up on hardware, but the company is still pumping out solid devices for both the businessman and the everyman. The latest device to go up for sale is the BlackBerry DTEK60, a higher end successor ... Read More »
BlackBerry announced yesterday that it will no longer be making its own hardware. This is a move to cut costs and focus on software, where BlackBerry may still see success. This news worried fans of the classic BlackBerry keyboard.
Thankfully, CEO John Chen says ... Read More »
Shortly after BlackBerry’s announcement that it would no longer be making its own hardware, leaks have appeared of the BlackBerry DTEK60, a new smartphone that sits on the high-end of the spectrum. The device is manufactured by TCL, which also makes Alcatel devices. Design-wise, ... Read More »
BlackBerry is a brand that’s been around for a very, very long time, but that era is coming to an end. The company moved away from designing its own operating systems, and now it looks like hardware is going that route, too.
Today, BlackBerry CEO John Chen announced that the company has no plans ... Read More »