In an alternate reality, had different choices been made, Canada's crown technology jewel might have remained a mobile powerhouse.
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A few more names to add to the list of everyone suddenly interested in BlackBerry.
This isn't the first time that the Chinese PC maker has been in the mix as a potential buyer for the beleaguered Canadian phone maker.
A new SEC filing confirms interest from former chief executive Mike Lazaridis and former operations VP Doug Fregin.
The fall of BlackBerry has me reminiscing about one of the best business phones I've owned.
There's an elephant in the room and no one's talking about it: Microsoft bought Nokia but it should have bought BlackBerry. It's not too late to take action.
Apple and Samsung are dominating the smartphone world. Founding companies in this space are down and out with a couple possibly able to make comebacks in the years ahead.
Now that Nokia's phone business is in the hands of the Redmond-based software giant, one has to wonder if BlackBerry's enterprise appeal may be something Microsoft would be interested in.
Updated: Take a tour of BlackBerry's most iconic handsets, from 2000's mobile connectivity-less 957 to the latest crop of BlackBerry 10 devices.
What happens after the Waterloo, Ontario-based mobile device company ceases to exist?
The smartphone maker's shares were halted just minutes before it announced it would form a committee to explore, among others, joint ventures, partnerships and alliances, or even a sale of the company.
The news follows nearly two weeks after the beleaguered phone maker let go of 250 employees.
The cuts just keep coming at the Canadian mobile company.
The Pacific Rim: Jaeger vs Kaiju Battle game, powered by Qualcomm's Vuforia augmented reality technology, allows users to play as the giant Jaeger ...
The very factor that decimated BlackBerry over the past five years is now becoming one of the most important catalysts in its turnaround.
We have just received word that BlackBerry Live attendees next month will get a brand-new Z10 to call their own. And by that time, Skype may be available for the Z10.
The Japanese technology firm may be considering a sell-off of its mobile phone unit to Lenovo or others, reports suggest, amid declining sales targets and financial troubles.
BlackBerry's earnings were better than expected, but still a mixed bag. Here are 10 points of interest chief executive Thorsten Heins made on the call that followed.
The QNX operating system that runs at the core of BlackBerry 10 devices can run Android applications. But does that undermine native development for the aspiring smartphone platform?
One of BlackBerry's former CEOs, along with its ex-COO, have teamed up in a bid to make the company's hometown the Silicon Valley of quantum information science.