Category: BlackBerry

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BlackBerry is ‘not ready’ to release another tablet

In a statement that will surely be misinterpreted by 80% of the tech press, BlackBerry VP of Global Product Management Francois Mahieu told Pocket-lint at MWC that the company was open to the idea of producing a successor to the maligned PlayBook tablet. To ensure there’s no confusion, I’ve reprinted Mahieu’s words in their entirety

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BlackBerry in talks to make BBM a payment platform

BlackBerry has had a busy day, with CEO John Chen introducing two new phones, announcing a new unified BES platform, and introducing eBBM, a suite of enterprise-ready messaging tools. But the company isn’t finished with its nuggets of news. In an interview with Re/code, BlackBerry’s head of enterprise, John Sims, said the BBM team is

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BlackBerry officially announces the BlackBerry Z3

BlackBerry held an intimate media event at Mobile World Congress today and CEO John Chen once again reinforced his company’s commitment to the enterprise market. In addition, BlackBerry unveiled the long-rumoured “Jakarta” as the BlackBerry Z3. The BlackBerry- and Foxconn-built 3G-only device is an entry-level BlackBerry 10 smartphone running 10.2.1 with a 5-inch 960×540 pixel

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BlackBerry’s next flagship rumoured to sport a unique QWERTY keyboard

BlackBerry’s current flagship is the Z30, a BB10-powered smartphone that was released in Canada on October 15th of last year. So it’s time that the Waterloo-based manufacturer comes out with a new device and it could very well be the heavily rumoured Ontario and Windermere. The “Ontario” recently popped up in a benchmarking test, reportedly sporting a

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John Legere knows how to troll BlackBerry

Or maybe he just can’t help himself. Following T-Mobile’s ill-conceived iPhone 5s for BlackBerry email promotion that elicited calculated outrage from BlackBerry CEO John Chen and real outrage from BlackBerry users, T-Mobile CEO promised the company had heard the feedback “loud and clear.”