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A recent video leak of the BlackBerry A10 suggests that, in addition to Verizon Wireless, AT&T will also offer the upcoming flagship.
Images of a BlackBerry 9720 have been leaked, revealing that the device will run on BlackBerry's old BB7 platform, not BB10.
Blackberry has redesigned its BBM webpage, hinting that the service will be making its way onto Android and iPhone devices soon.
There's no doubt about it, the keyboard on the Q10 is fantastic. But how's the rest of the package?
The long-awaited Android (and iOS) version of BlackBerry's BBM app may finally be released soon, as BGR recently spotted it running on a Samsung Galaxy S III.
BlackBerry's Todd Wood and Don Lindsay offered some insight at BlackBerry Live about how the company's new hardware influenced the design of its OS and vice versa.
There was a time when RIM could charge a premium for its top smartphones. That day appears to be past -- its next high-end model will reportedly be priced below[...]
Android will be sharing some of the limelight in Barcelona with a range of mobile device platforms.
BlackBerry's market share slipped to just 1.1 percent in Q2 2013, according to research firm Kantar Worldpanel.
BlackBerry issued a new BlackBerry 10 update today. This adds a number of new features, and is already available on select carriers for download directly to devices.
BlackBerry has another device in the works, the all-touchscreen A10, which is expected to be the company's new flagship smartphone and will launch in November.
The BlackBerry Q5 is meant to serve as a more affordable sibling to the Q10, but after some hands-on time at BlackBerry Live, the Q5 proved to be impressive in[...]
The BlackBerry Z10 kicks off the new generation of BlackBerry 10 OS smartphones. Has it been worth the wait?
Government agencies will soon be allowed to use Samsung's Galaxy line of smartphones as well as devices running Apple's iOS, dealing a crippling blow to BlackBerry.
BlackBerry is now rolling out its BBM cross-platform Beta to select iOS and Android users.
If you break your phone, who do you call (after getting a replacement phone, that is) to get the data off your old one?
Following the announcement of its competitors earlier this week, Sprint has confirmed that it plans to carry the BlackBerry 10 platform later this year. The news is an added boost[...]
The wraps came off the first smartphone running the new version of the BlackBerry OS today, and Brighthand was there for the big reveal.
BlackBerry is not forgetting its core audience of QWERTY lovers: they are getting the Q10. Get our real-world opinion on it.