The handset maker has concluded a difficult restructuring process, and says steady growth is now on the horizon.
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BlackBerry is in the midst of turning from hardware to services, and the restructuring appears to be fruitful. The company still experienced losses in Q1, but the financial result is not as bad as expected.
The Heartbleed revelation is widely felt in the technology industry, and now BlackBerry is the latest vendor to announce security updates to patch the OpenSSL flaw.
The United States Department of Defense is reportedly ordering more than 650,000 iOS devices to replace aging BlackBerrys.
At today's Gartner Symposium, ITxpo 2013, BlackBerry has previewed a new enterprise solution to help businesses secure networks in a world of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies.
The buyback program represents approximately 2.6 percent of the public float.
BlackbBerry launched a service Tuesday which allows clients to keep data secure and separate on iOS and Android devices.
Well, you never know, BlackBerry might be ok -- heads or tails?