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The oft-rumored BlackBerry Priv moves one step closer to an official launch with credible pricing gossip and a fresh unofficial hands-on preview.
Haven't had enough of the BlackBerry Priv's unique crossover design? These high-res unofficial photos may just boost your excitement to new heights.
BlackBerry is stopping short of a full Priv launch just yet, but you wouldn't know it from this BlackBerry Priv hands-on video.
BlackBerry's still not quite ready to launch the BlackBerry Priv Android slider, but in its latest quarterly earnings report, things start going official.
A quick recap of the BlackBerry Venice storyline so far: just as BlackBerry initiated plans to “bring Android to work,” rumors and renders of this phone initially surfaced a few months ago, with all the confusion floating around how Android might be involved in the software. The slow roll to more specs and details got us to the four-minute device tour video we got last week. And now, we can confirm that the Venice is no more.
Reminiscing of narrow waterways, romantic stone architecture and when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie got us to the all-new [...]
We’ve been reporting rumors and speculating for months, and now we finally have hands-on video of the BlackBerry Venice — irrefutable proof confirming a device that’s had the media’s practically undivided attention for weeks. Finally, a BlackBerry phone running Android. Michael even wrote a piece touching on why the Venice might be his next phone, but amidst all of the excitement, I always end up feeling like I’m the only one not interested in owning one.
I should probably start by mentioning that I’ve never owned a BlackBerry device before (though [...]
On today's Pocketnow Weekly: LG and Microsoft fire up for fall; Nextbit launches a cloud-based smartphone; and Amazon starts selling, yes, tablet six packs.
Michael Fisher was about to pull the trigger on a new smartphone ... until he saw the BlackBerry Venice hands on video. Now nothing is certain.
Get your best look yet at the first Android-powered Blackberry smartphone in this lengthy BlackBerry Venice video.
Get an up-close look at BlackBerry Venice pics in this newly leaked gallery, showing off both phone hardware and software.
The as-yet unannounced BlackBerry Venice smartphone has been photographed in Toronto, running a seemingly stock Android messaging application.
The BlackBerry Venice, which should be the manufacturer's rookie Android smartphone, is detailed almost in full weeks ahead of its formal debut.
The upcoming BlackBerry Venice, the company's Android-powered QWERTY slider, will most likely come with some BlackBerry offerings on top of Android.
This latest leak from Evan Blass claims that the rumored BlackBerry Venice Android QWERTY slider will arrive in November on all four US carriers.
BlackBerry Venice leakIs this supposed BlackBerry Venice leak the real deal? While not the best quality shot, this might just be our latest look at the slider from MWC.
2015 is an interesting time in the high-security niche of mobile technology. Blackberry’s making a migration of sorts to Android with not only its services but a device in the works, too. In the meantime, privacy services provider Silent Circle is cranking gears for the second version of its forked Android phone, the Blackphone. The companies pushing out the two platforms and the fanbases following them have shared molotov cocktails with each other on frequent occasion.Philosophies in summary
Our Joe Levi has previously dissected the basic differences between what [...]
If you pit three struggling companies against each other, what happens next? In an ideal world for the smartphone enthusiast that wants to see everybody succeed … well, they do. But in reality, things aren’t that simple, and the smartphone market becomes an every-man-for-himself race to see who can innovate faster. Who can pack more features. Who can market their products best. That’s all easy when you’re a giant corporation like Apple or Samsung, with billions of dollars to throw towards whatever research team or ad firm they want, but when you’re [...]
Import logs and certification documents have shown a BlackBerry Dallas and Venice device seem to be in the works. Learn more about the phones here.
It seems the smartphone kings of Canada aren't done surprising us yet. Here's five reasons why an Android BlackBerry makes so much sense.
New iPhone 6s rumors merge with news of YouTube on your wrist and a 10000 mAh smartphone to make this Pocketnow Weekly episode one you won't want to miss!
Rumors about the BlackBerry Venice Android phone return, now with a possible carrier partner identified.