BlackBerry reported financial results Friday for the three months and fiscal year ended February 29, 201, generating $464 million in revenue, down 30% from last year and well below the $563 million expected by Wall Street.
There is an aura of gloom surrounding BlackBerry 10 and for once it is not coming from the media, it is coming from BlackBerry 10 users.
BlackBerry announced on Wednesday that it had acquired U.K.-based cyber security consultancy Encription to kick off their new Professional Cybersecurity Services practice.
For the first time a BlackBerry executive and has come out and said that BlackBerry will indeed be dropping their own BlackBerry 10 OS in time.
According to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, smartphone vendors shipped a total of 399.5 million units during the fourth quarter of 2015
BlackBerry's new India managing director Narendra Nayak says his first task is to win back customer confidence while rebuilding the business.
BlackBerry CEO John declared today BlackBerry are now safe as a company. More importantly, he reiterated the fact that customers, enterprises and more all believe that BlackBerry, as a company, is here to stay.
There is a media trend happening at BlackBerry and it is not a good one. Invariably, BlackBerry CEO John Chen will make a statement, the media will report on what he says, and John Chen will take to the BlackBerry Blogs in an attempt to clarify what he initially said.
As the Government announces plans for increased penalties for those using handheld mobile phones while driving, the BCA reveals the growing frustration of UK motorists towards careless driving habits.
The debate about whether law enforcement should possess the ability to access encrypted communications has once again risen to the surface.
Cleveland Research Analysts have updated their position on BlackBerry, rating the stock a Neutral with a 12-month price target of $7.73.