BlackBerry unveils Android phone in new reboot effort
BlackBerry unveils Android phone in new reboot effort

BlackBerry announced plans Friday to sell an Android-powered smartphone, in the latest reboot effort from the faded star of the sector.

Watch: Sneak peek into BlackBerry's upcoming Android device Venice
Watch: Sneak peek into BlackBerry's upcoming Android device Venice

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: BlackBerry's yet-to-be-released Android smartphone, has, for quite some time given fodder to speculation lovers.

BlackBerry buys Good Technology for $425 million

Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry on Friday bought rival mobile security provider Good Technology for USD 425 million in a move to broaden its software sales.

BlackBerry India launches Porsche smartphone at Rs 99,990

Canadian handset maker BlackBerry Inc on Friday said that it has started selling custom-built Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite Smartphone in India for Rs 99,990 per unit.

WhatsApp extends updates for Android: Three exciting features
WhatsApp extends updates for Android: Three exciting features

Seems like the WhatsApp team is all charged up! Download the latest WhatsApp for Android (v.2.12.194) and you will find exciting new features designed for your convenience.

BlackBerry's up to Android smartphone
BlackBerry's up to Android smartphone

Blackberry seems to have finally shed all qualms about the Android and is ready to hog the platform.

Blackberry mulls a germ-free smartphone
Blackberry mulls a germ-free smartphone

Do you know your smartphone is infested with germs with as many as 25,000 of them nesting in a mere square inch of your device?

BlackBerry shares fall as doubts on software revenue emerge

BlackBerry shares fell on Tuesday as doubts surfaced about the sustainability of the sharp growth the former smartphone pioneer reported in crucial software revenues, an area BlackBerry`s CEO said he will augment via acquisitions.

BlackBerry, Cisco ink patent cross-licensing agreement

With the agreement in place, BlackBerry and Cisco can focus on innovation and continued technical cooperation, allowing companies more freedom to create products and services for customers without the potential for patent disputes, he added.

BlackBerry move to embrace Android may bring unexpected reward

BlackBerry Ltd`s move to embrace Android may be aimed at lifting revenue from its software and device management segment, but analysts say it may inadvertently give its device arm a fillip and a new lease on life.

BlackBerry may put Android system on new device: Sources

BlackBerry will probably use Android on an upcoming slider device that is likely to be released this autumn.

BlackBerry India MD Sunil Lalvani quits

In the interim, BlackBerry Vice President (Carrier Sales and Distribution Asia Pacific) Matthew Tonkin will lead the India operations.

New handset is leap of faith for Blackberry

Blackberry, which has been facing stiff competition from several key smartphones brand in the market, recently launched the Blackberry Leap priced at Rs 21,490.

Struggling BlackBerry announces new round of layoffs

The Canadian company, based in Waterloo, Ontario, said the cuts will impact those working on the software, hardware and applications side of the business.

BlackBerry cuts jobs worldwide as it consolidates businesses

Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd is cutting jobs across the world, the company said on Friday, as it consolidates its software, hardware and applications business.

BlackBerry Leap touch-screen smartphone launched in India at Rs 21,490

The BlackBerry Leap is powered by 1.5GHzSnapdragon S4 dual-core processor.

BlackBerry plans to launch virtual SIM solution by year-end

Using the solution, consumers will be able to use as many as nine mobile numbers through a single SIM card.

BlackBerry reports fiscal fourth-quarter profit

BlackBerry Ltd posted a fiscal fourth-quarter profit on Friday, offering some signs its turnaround efforts may be beginning to gain traction.

Blackberry launches new secure tablet

Seeking to extend its range of secure mobile devices, BlackBerry Ltd said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with International Business Machines Corp and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.

BlackBerry to broaden its cross-platform strategy

BlackBerry announced on Sunday that it plans to expand its cross-platform strategy and deliver its often admired security, productivity and communication tools to any smartphone or tablet device running iOS, Android or Windows.