Research In Motion kicks off its BlackBerry World 2011 conference with a pair of smartphones that feature touch screens and NFC capabilities.
The much-teased smartphone harkens back to the long-past glory days of BlackBerry. Its CEO also teased a reconciliation with T-Mobile.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the company won't sell the Bold at a loss after striking a new production deal with manufacturer Wistron.
The BlackBerry Classic smartphone is now available in India, an emerging market that carries strong sales potential for the smartphone maker.
Hint: It's not about smartphone sales volume or market share.
The Passport will cost $200 and the Classic $50 under contract. Still no word on when they will hit stores.
CNET member Nate650 shares with us his thoughts on why BlackBerry is well-positioned to rebound.
After several quarters of losses, BlackBerry finally ekes out a small profit. But sales remain weak for the once-mighty smartphone maker.
A new BlackBerry arrives with signature features, Sony's ready to show off a new take on smartglasses, and TAG Heuer goes after the Apple Watch.
The reality TV star says she still uses the years-old BlackBerry Bold -- and keeps three replacements available at all times in case her phone breaks.