Device maker offers a glimpse of its first smartphone to run on Google's Android software.
CEO John Chen runs into a little trouble taking us on a tour of BlackBerry's Priv Android phone. Is that a bad omen?
The smartphone manufacturer, poised to launch the Android-powered Priv, is laying the groundwork to scrap its own troubled software.
The BlackBerry Priv, which takes its name from both "privacy" and "privilege," will launch in the fourth quarter.
The social network goes 360, Apple fixes iOS 9, and BlackBerry may be making a comeback.
Facebook goes 360, Apple fixes iOS 9 and BlackBerry may be making a comeback.
The first BlackBerry phone to launch with Google's OS could be called the Priv.
While Samsung devices dominate the global smartphone market, Apple's iPhone continues to rule the US.
The deal is designed to help BlackBerry sharpen its focus on business-related services as its share of the mobile phone market remains stagnant.
A tweet from a reputable leaker says the new slider phone, which will run on Google's operating system instead of BlackBerry's own, will be available through all four major US carriers.
BlackBerry reveals the Silver Edition Passport -- the same strangely-shaped phone but with a shiner case, a few small tweaks and a higher $549 price tag.
The acquisition will give BlackBerry access to more corporations and government agencies that use AtHoc's crisis communications software.
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