16 March 2015, 13:20
Company partners with IBM and Samsung in developing the new secure slate.
18 December 2014, 11:35
The last-ditch effort hopes to win back the old-school BB keyboard loyalists.
25 September 2014, 13:35
The device, aimed at business users, sports a touchscreen and a physical keyboard
25 February 2014, 13:54
Will either of these smartphones tickle the market's fancy?
15 May 2013, 12:00
Signature messaging service will be available on rival platforms from “the summer”.
5 April 2013, 15:14
A cheaper “Curve-like” model to bring BB10 to the masses?
14 March 2013, 12:03
CPW had listed it for March release but has now adjusted the date to “coming soon”.
5 February 2013, 11:00
Carphone Warehouse “is seeing widespread sellouts”.
30 January 2013, 19:00
Company also renames itself from RIM to BlackBerry.
26 September 2012, 11:15
The BlackBerry Hub will be the central focus of the new mobile OS.
8 August 2012, 13:00
Banking Trojan horse gallops towards another mobile OS.
29 June 2012, 10:20
Also BlackBerry 10 fightback will be delayed to Q1 2013.
24 June 2012, 18:06
Also the first BlackBerry 10 handsets are to be touch screen only.
2 June 2011, 12:54
Developers can now build apps for BlackBerry's latest OS, but will they?
26 October 2010, 10:55
BlackBerry tablet shown in motion for the first time at Adobe conference.
15 July 2009, 17:03
Google Voice app now available for Android and BlackBerry users, iPhone support coming soon.
23 July 2008, 10:36
Good news for BlackBerry users and IM-addicts alike, Windows Live Messenger is now officially available for BlackBerry handsets.
15 May 2008, 10:41
According to rumours circulating the web, BlackBerry's touchscreen iPhone-competitor is imminent, and it's called Thunder.
12 May 2008, 16:42
It's all go on the BlackBerry front today, RIM has now announced that Microsoft's Windows Live services will be available on its handsets this summer.
28 April 2008, 11:52
Just about every mobile phone manufacturer is making touchscreen devices, that is, everyone other than RIM. Facing a growing threat from Apple's iPhone, is RIM's touch-less line-up about to change?