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BlackBerry could be sold as committee formed to explore 'strategic alternatives'

BlackBerry could be sold as committee formed to explore 'strategic alternatives'

By 12 August 2013

BlackBerry's attempts to turn the company around with a new suite of phones has not been as successful as it would have hoped. Although the BlackBerry Z10, Q10 and Q5 handsets have received some critical acclaim as the manufacturer entered a new era with... >>

BlackBerry Z30 pops up in new hands-on video, the 5-incher formerly known as the A10

BlackBerry Z30 pops up in new hands-on video, the 5-incher formerly known as the A10

By 12 August 2013

Vietnamese website Cellphone S has posted a well-made and clear video showing a hands-on of what it claims to be the BlackBerry Z30, a 5-inch BB10 smartphone that was long-associated with the A10 codename. We've seen a handset that looks similar before,... >>

Facebook for BlackBerry 10 updated with Facebook chat, quicker scrolling and more

Facebook for BlackBerry 10 updated with Facebook chat, quicker scrolling and more

By 8 August 2013

BlackBerry has updated its Facebook app for BlackBerry 10 to version 10.2.1, bringing along several features for the social networking junkies in the crowd. The release brings the Facebook app for BlackBerry closer to that found on other platforms. ... >>

High-end BlackBerry Z30 leaked alongside Z10 and Q5, includes five rows of apps

High-end BlackBerry Z30 leaked alongside Z10 and Q5, includes five rows of apps

By 6 August 2013

BlackBerry is expected to launch a high-end BlackBerry Z30 (once named the BlackBerry A10) on the market in the coming months, and in turn, it's seen plenty of leak action. CrackBerry is the latest to give us a taste, dropping images of the Z30 compared... >>

BBM comes to Android, but only for Samsung Galaxy owners in Africa

BBM comes to Android, but only for Samsung Galaxy owners in Africa

By 6 August 2013

Samsung has announced that the anticipated BBM app for Android will soon be available through the Google Play and Samsung App store, but only for those Samsung Galaxy users in Africa. While BlackBerry itself has remained tightlipped on the actual release... >>

Porsche designed BlackBerry P'9982 leaked, suggested to retail for $2,000

Porsche designed BlackBerry P'9982 leaked, suggested to retail for $2,000

By 2 August 2013

BlackBerry and Porsche look to be continuing their smartphone developing ways with another pricey Porsche designed handset in the BlackBerry arsenal. The first was the P'9981 in 2012, a revamped version of the Bold 9900. Now it's the BlackBerry Z10's... >>

BlackBerry rolls out limited BBM for iOS and Android beta, ahead of mass release

BlackBerry rolls out limited BBM for iOS and Android beta, ahead of mass release

By 1 August 2013

Cross-platform BlackBerry BBM messaging was announced by CEO Thorsten Heins on stage at the BlackBerry Live conference in May, with the promise of it landing by the end of the summer. Now in the heat of the season, BlackBerry looks to be ramping up... >>

New BlackBerry 10.1 maintainance release rolling out globally, UK now, US end of summer

New BlackBerry 10.1 maintainance release rolling out globally, UK now, US end of summer

By 30 July 2013

BlackBerry has issued a maintenance release for BlackBerry 10.1 in several countries around the world which adds even more features and fixes. It is now available as a free download in Europe, Middle East, Africa, most regions in Asia, Australia and... >>

BlackBerry A10 hands-on pictures and video appear online, look to be the real deal

BlackBerry A10 hands-on pictures and video appear online, look to be the real deal

By 24 July 2013

The BlackBerry A10 - expected to replace the Z10 as the Canadian company's flagship non-Qwerty keyboard phone - has been leaked left, right and centre, and now a series of hands-on photos and a YouTube video of the purported device have appeared online. ... >>

BlackBerry boss Heins 'not happy' with carriers over OS update cycles

BlackBerry boss Heins 'not happy' with carriers over OS update cycles

By 16 July 2013

Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, has complained about the staggered rollout cycles for upgrades to BlackBerry 10. In particular, he believes that carriers have a responsibility to ensure that all BlackBerry phone users have an operating system update... >>