CNET's Dan Graziano gives you a first look at BlackBerry's newest Android device.
The full touchscreen midrange phone is the latest product from the struggling phone maker. BlackBerry touts the DTEK 50 as the most secure Android phone in the world.
Technically Incorrect: John Chen still finds fault with Apple's refusal to unlock a terrorist's iPhone, arguing that companies must pitch in "if the world is in danger."
Also, we discuss the FBI's call on Hillary Clinton's e-mail snafu and we mark the end of a "Classic."
The retro phone failed to help return BlackBerry to its glory days as a leader in mobile.
Neon, Argon and Mercury: we'll see one new BlackBerry each quarter, according to this report.
After a 10 year run, the Senate will finally stop issuing BlackBerry smartphones to its staff.
His resignation is part of a larger revamp of Powermat as it looks to focus on wireless charging again.
The continued slide in sales is just the latest bit of bad news for the embattled phone maker.
We discuss BlackBerry's earnings, look at the possible expansion of Google Fiber and check in with the Democrats staging a protest on the House floor via Facebook Live.
An executive at carrier partner AT&T admits the Priv phone is "really struggling" and suffers a disappointing rate of returns.
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