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As weird as it sounds, we have bad news to report on the software support front for BlackBerry Priv owners, and good news for BB10 and BBOS users.
BlackBery OS and BlackBerry 10 devices along with the Nokia S40 and Nokia Symbian S60 have their support periods extended with WhatsApp.
BlackBerry is clarifying a relayed email from the Senate that purports the end of BB10 device production. It's a surprise choice for the one device.
Samsung may be pulling a BlackBerry in prepping a productivity app in time for the launch of the Galaxy Note 6, a productivity phone.
No Facebook, no WhatsApp, what's next for BlackBerry 10? Social media is inching away, but the company is still touting its dev community.
At its Priv launch in New Delhi, a company representative took time to once again explain BlackBerry's path forward. BB10 will soon not be a part of it.
With its recent jump to Android, Blackberry seemingly left its own OS behind. Should BlackBerry kill BB10 now or continue to work with its own OS?
Despite its lack of traction with consumers, BlackBerry 10 has some fantastic assets we hope BlackBerry can bring to Android before it's too late.
BlackBerry's Android-based hardware journey will not stop BB10 software updates for the customers who need them, CEO John Chen said.
We have confirmed a pivot in BlackBerry’s choice of software platforms. BB10 might be still in the stable, but it seems as though with a few pieces of baggage and one device already out, it seems that the Canadian OEM is ready to continue its Android drive.
Nader Henein, one of BlackBerry’s regional advisors for advanced security has said that the Priv “wouldn’t be a once-off.”
“[The license to use Android] is too expensive and it is a mass market product,” Henein said.
The partnership with Google to put forward Android [...]
Microsoft OneDrive for BlackBerry 10 devices is now available so you can have one more cloud storage option for your needs.
Verizon BlackBerry Z30 press render leaks as we're getting a glimpse at the upcoming phone on Big Red's line-up. Check out the images.
BlackBerry announces Z30 this morning, a new smartphone in the Canadian phone maker's line-up. Check out all the details about it!
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Windows 8.1 and all the changes we’ve seen in the preview and we also talk about some display form-factors to be considered. Then we talk about BlackBerry, the company’s terrible quarter results and the amount of units sold. Android 4.3 is next as there’s a leaked ROM for the Galaxy S4 and how you can also get it. We later take a look at some leaked photos of the Sony Honami which just made the headlines. We end today’s show talking about Google’s future move to build a smart watch, a game console, and a [...]
AT&T BlackBerry Q10 pre-orders live so make sure to go ahead and secure your unit if you are a fan of BlackBerry, the form-factor, or the physical QWERTY keyboard.
Android and iOS Dominate While Windows Phone Overtakes BlackBerry, according to the latest numbers from IDC, referring to shipments in first quarter or 2013.
Tune in to our newest comparison to watch us compare HTC's newest -and almost certainly best- Android offering, the One, with the slab of black soft-touch that BlackBerry has bet the company on, the Z10.
Those who want to secure their BlackBerry Z10 unit on AT&T can do so now by pre-ordering online with the carrier. Check out the details of shipping and pricing options.
Viber, the popular cross-platform instant messaging VoIP app, will soon be able to add even more users to its service by releasing a Windows Phone client, and soon one for BlackBerry 10.
BlackBerry is off to a great start with its Z10 on certain markets as the phone sold out in two days in India. With the addition of WhatsApp the company is also shortening the list of must-have applications that are not yet present on the ecosystem.
Bloomberg has it on good authority that the day to mark in your calendars is March 22 if you're looking for the Canadian company's latest and greatest, the Z10.
The BlackBerry Z10 is expected to land on US carriers this month and, according to recent chatter, AT&T might have it on its line-up as soon as March 15 (same date for big box retail locations too).
Pocketnow will cover BlackBerry 10 and its devices. In case you need a reason we've got more than 79 million. Read to find out what to expect from our future RIM coverage!