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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While Android dominates as an operating system, the Apple iPhone continues to be the smartphone of choice in the U.S.
BlackBerry might be expanding its multi-platform strategy in the enterprise to include Windows Phone.
BlackBerry's more modest smartphone plans in 2014 will see at least two devices emerge from the company.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the embattled smartphone maker will be opening a security center to work with government agencies on security issues.
Kantar's smartphone sales market share report for the three months ending November 2013 shows iOS gaining while Windows Phone plateaus.
Former HTC executive jumps to BlackBerry, despite more than $5 billion in losses over two quarters.
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BlackBerry CEO John Chen made his case for the company's turnaround. It's a tough sell at the moment given all the loose ends that need to be tied up.
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BlackBerry continues its push to get BBM on to Android devices in emerging markets, this time under a new deal with LG.
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The latest version of BlackBerry's mobile device software extends its management of Android and iOS devices as enthusiasm for its own handsets fades.
The Australian Defence CIO Dr Peter Lawrence reflects on his year in the CIO role and reveals plans for the department to begin to offer staff iPhones and iPads instead of the traditional BlackBerry device in 2014.
Japan and the US are bucking the trend as Windows Phone edges over 10 percent in Europe, and iOS sales fall in Australia despite the new iPhone's launch.