BlackBerry (formerly RIM) has traditionally enjoyed success in the enterprise with its secure operating system and business-friendly handsets. BlackBerry's beachhead remains the enterprise, but it faces emerging threats from a bevy of rival devices. Can BlackBerry devices inspire gadget lust in the enterprise and consumer markets?
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Forrester Research gives BlackBerry props on its enterprise mobility management rankings in contrast to Gartner.
Smartwatches, tap-and-pay, and health monitoring are all very well, but the smartphone essentials still matter most.
The mobile giant is well on the road to recovery, thanks to new leadership, but there's still a long way to go yet.
BlackBerry is trying to square the circle with its new business-focused smartphone.
Like a muscle car, BlackBerry's Passport is strong, quirky, has a healthy dose of nostalgia and likely a limited audience. The Passport won't be a bring-your-own-device superstar, but may find a niche in regulated industries.
BlackBerry is making promises that BES12 will be backward compatible, manage iOS and Android and potentially get you out of your enterprise mobility management pickle. The burden of proof, however,...
Movirtu makes virtual identity software that can help businesses avoid costly fees incurred when a device is used for both business and personal use.
Another day, another invite to the tech media. "See the bigger picture," BlackBerry says. It doesn't take a rocket science degree to work out what we'll be seeing.
New research foresees BlackBerry falling behind Windows Phone, but Android and iOS remain the dominant platforms in a consumer-oriented smartphone market.
The BlackBerry Technology Solutions division comprises several of the company’s key technology assets such as QNX embedded software, Project Ion, and its portfolio of roughly 44,000 patents.
BlackBerry's future still looks bleak, even if it's hitting quarterly profit, and analysts are holding their breath. But at least it's securing those important government certifications.
Competition launched by the Ministry of Communications will reward 50 projects focusing on public services.
The handset maker has concluded a difficult restructuring process, and says steady growth is now on the horizon.
In the war of ecosystems, the winners are the truly neutral. But how do you build a compelling cross-device platform?
After sitting at around 1 percent or less of marketshare in many major markets around the world, the Kantar Worldpanel has decided to stop counting BlackBerry as a separate line item, and lump it into the Others category.