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BlackBerry Teases New Key2 Smartphone That Features Dual Cameras and an Actual Keyboard
The maker of the navy blue phone with the QWERTY keyboard that every mid-level supervisor wore on a belt in the late 1990s is still alive and kicking. Of course, if you're a BlackBerry fan, you already know that, and you know BlackBerry is still coming ... Maxim [ story ]
Blackberry Ghost coming to India this summer: Report
Back in February, popular tipster Evan Blass revealed that Blackberry was planning to launch a bezel-less premium Android smartphone-- Blackberry Ghost-- in India in the coming months. He had also revealed that the phone would be designed and ... India Today [ story ]
Swapping an iPhone for a BlackBerry made me appreciate the physical keyboard
Once upon a time, the touchscreen didn't exist on smartphones. There was only an alphanumeric keypad, or a miniature version of a full keyboard on devices like a BlackBerry. If you conducted every part of your life via email, and needed to type at ... Digital Trends [ story ]
BlackBerry 'Ghost' could see release in India this summer ...
Outside of the initial leaks coming from Evan Blass, news surrounding Optiemus Infracom's "Ghost" series of BlackBerry smartphones has been rather quiet. Now ... CrackBerry.com [ story ]
Codenamed "Athena," rumored specs for the BlackBerry KEYone successor have highlighted it as coming with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 4-6GB of RAM along with 64GB of internal storage. Additionally, early renders of the BlackBerry KEY2 ... CrackBerry.com [ story ]
What's Driving Our $11 Price Estimate For BlackBerry?
BlackBerry has been seeing its business stabilize as growth in the software business offsets declines in the smartphone and Service Access Fee space. In this note, we take a look at the company's outlook and some of the trends driving our $11 price ... Forbes [ story ]
2 Reasons to Pick BlackBerry Ltd. Over Cineplex Inc.
BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB)(NYSE:BB) stock has rallied with the broader Canadian stock market in April and May. Shares of BlackBerry were up 9% month-over-month as of close on May 23. The story has been quite different for Cineplex Inc. (TSX:CGX), ... The Motley Fool Canada [ story ]
BlackBerry is back! Company teases KEY2 smartphone with iPhone X-style dual-cameras and a physical keyboard
BlackBerry is gearing up to launch a new smartphone. The company has started to tease its next handset, dubbed KEY2, which will sport a dual-camera system, LED flash and physical keyboard. The smartphone is a follow-up to the KEYone, which launched ... Daily Mail [ story ]
BlackBerry Key2 Teaser Reveals Dual Camera And Mystery Button
TCL's BlackBerry Mobile division will soon be rolling out a new handset. This handset is the successor to the BlackBerry KeyOne and the company has already confirmed that the device will be called the BlackBerry Key2. A new teaser video has been ... Ubergizmo [ story ]
BlackBerry Z30 pictured next to Sony Xperia Z1
It's been on the cards since BlackBerry World Live 2013, but now it seems the launch of the BlackBerry Z30 is almost upon us. And today, we've been treated to a few shots of the device next to Sony's recently launched Xperia Z1. We spoke with a handset ... Know Your Mobile [ story ]
BBM For Android, iPhone Release Date Set? BlackBerry Event Invitation Hints At ...
Is BlackBerry Messenger, or BBM, for Android and iPhone devices coming on Sept. 18? BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ:BBRY) has fueled speculation that the official release date for BBM on Android and iOS will come before the end of summer by sending out ... International Business Times [ story ]
Exclusive: BlackBerry bidders may want to carve up business
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A handful of potential bidders, including private equity firms, are lining up to look at BlackBerry Ltd, but initial indications suggest that interest is tepid and buyers are eyeing parts of the Canadian smartphone maker rather ... Reuters [ story ]
BlackBerry's 'NSA-proof' encryption a valuable asset for buyers
BlackBerry's best asset when courting potential buyers is its network of secure servers that allow businesses to conduct work over a host of devices without having to worry about breaches of security. (Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters). Close. BlackBerry's ... CBC.ca [ story ]
BlackBerry to lobby Canadian government over buyout issues
The push comes amid speculation that Toronto's Fairfax Financial Holdings, BlackBerry's largest shareholder, faces long odds in putting together a homegrown bid for the company. BlackBerry executives made the disclosure about the Investment Canada Act ... Washington Post [ story ]
Keyboard may be the final straw as BlackBerry users fall out of love
CRACKBERRIES - you used to see them everywhere. Blokes, well mainly blokes, crouched over their BlackBerry handsets, thumbs working madly at tapping out messages and emails on the cramped qwerty keyboards that for years were the big feature of ... The Australian [ story ]
BlackBerry could be torn apart as potential buyers weigh their options
BlackBerry is looking for a buyer, but it appears that buyers are interested most in stripping the struggling cellphone maker for parts. Reuters reports that a number of potential bidders have been eyeing BlackBerry's operating system as well as the ... The Verge [ story ]
ET Review: BlackBerry 9720
The keypad has ample space in between the keys and is comfortable to type on. An optical trackpad and standard BlackBerry buttons are also present if you don't want to use the touchscreen. We feel that the plastic keys might be a turn off for those ... Economic Times [ story ]
Another BlackBerry Z30 sighting
We're hoping BlackBerry will officially announce its foray into the phablet space soon. The heavily leaked BlackBerry Z30 has been spotted on numerous occasions in both pictures and videos – plus we know that it'll be hitting Canadian land in the ... MobileSyrup.com [ story ]
BlackBerry Ltd (BBRY): Potential BlackBerry suitors interesting in buying ...
Interest in acquiring Blackberry (BBRY) has reportedly been tepid, but the handful of suitors that are looking at the struggling company would be more open to buying parts of the firm than the whole business. A few private-equity funds have signed NDAs ... Seeking Alpha [ story ]