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As we all know, BlackBerry was once the king of smartphones, at least in the business world. Years ago, the company stopped making physical devices, but the name has lived on thanks to various other companies licensing it to continue making BlackBerry smartphones. Sadly, the latest to do so – OnwardMobility – has announced it’s …

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BlackBerry will discontinue service for its classic devices on Tuesday, the company reminded users in a statement. BlackBerry reminded its users in the statement, which was released Dec. 22, of the impending shutdown of so-called legacy services. “As a reminder, Legacy Services for BlackBerry 7.1 OS and earlier, BlackBerry 10 Software, BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 …

If you’re still holding onto the old device, well, we’ve got some bad news. Old services for a number of BlackBerry devices will no longer be available after January 4. Mario marco As of Tuesday, January 4, phones and tablets running BlackBerry’s older software, also known as BlackBerry 7.1 or earlier, Blackberry 10, or BlackBerry …

If you’re still holding onto the old device, well, we’ve got some bad news. Old services for a number of BlackBerry devices will no longer be available after January 4. Mario marco As of Tuesday, January 4, phones and tablets running BlackBerry’s older software, also known as BlackBerry 7.1 or earlier, Blackberry 10, or BlackBerry …

Thorsten Heins, then CEO of BlackBerry, presented the BlackBerry Z10 on January 30, 2013 in New York. Mark Lennihan / AP hide caption toggle legend Mark Lennihan / AP Thorsten Heins, then CEO of BlackBerry, presented the BlackBerry Z10 on January 30, 2013 in New York. Mark Lennihan / AP That old BlackBerry buried in …

Do you still hold that BlackBerry for life? It’s time to say goodbye for good. As of Tuesday, legacy services for BlackBerry devices will be phased out. This means that all devices running the BlackBerry software “will no longer work reliably, including for data, phone calls, text messages, and 9-1-1 functionality,” the company said. Services …

BlackBerry CEO in front of a BlackBerry phone. Mario Tama/Getty Images Get ready to say goodbye to your classic BlackBerry phone (that is, of course, if you haven’t already). Starting Tuesday, legacy services for BlackBerry devices will cease, meaning any device running classic BlackBerry software “will no longer work reliably, including data, phone calls, text …

If you’re still clinging to the legacy device, well, we have bad news. Legacy services for a number of BlackBerry devices will no longer be available after January 4. Mario-Marco Starting Tuesday, Jan. 4, phones and tablets running BlackBerry legacy software, also known as BlackBerry 7.1 or earlier, Blackberry 10 or BlackBerry Playbook, will lose …

If you’re still clinging to the legacy device, well, we have bad news. Legacy services for a number of BlackBerry devices will no longer be available after January 4. Mario-Marco Starting Tuesday, Jan. 4, phones and tablets running BlackBerry legacy software, also known as BlackBerry 7.1 or earlier, Blackberry 10 or BlackBerry Playbook, will lose …

If you’re still holding onto the old device, well, we’ve got some bad news. Old services for a number of BlackBerry devices will no longer be available after January 4. Mario marco As of Tuesday, January 4, phones and tablets running BlackBerry’s older software, also known as BlackBerry 7.1 or earlier, Blackberry 10, or BlackBerry …

BlackBerry will discontinue service to its conventional devices on Tuesday, the company reminded users in a statement. BlackBerry reminded its users in the statement, released on December 22, of the impending shutdown of so-called legacy services. “As a reminder, the legacy services for BlackBerry 7.1 OS and earlier versions, BlackBerry 10 software, BlackBerry PlayBook OS …

Enlarge / The Blackberry Torch, the company’s first touchscreen phone, was shown on its New York debut in 2010. Bloomberg | Getty Images BlackBerry, the company that once dominated smart mobile devices, recently announced that it is finally shutting down key services that support its phones. From January 4, phones will no longer be provided …

Today, TCL Communications revealed that the company will lose its BlackBerry brand license and stop selling such devices in August. The announcement is a bit of a shock, and what this actually means for the BlackBerry brand as well as for BB mobile devices is unclear at this time. BlackBerry phones under TCL have seen …

TCL will debut a new Alcatel smartphone at CES 2019, including one with an edge-to-edge “Full View” display. It is the company that in 2018 sold nearly a million smartphones in Australia, raising them to third in the market. Ironically, Roy Morgan’s research, which bills itself as a leading market research company, has apparently never …

Blackberry once led cell phone sales every year, but is now nowhere to be found, and neither of the company is launching new products for its fans. In fact, the Canadian giant has signed a deal with TCL to produce devices under its name, and the result has been budget devices that will never receive …

As we told you earlier that Blackberry Withdrawn from his phone company. Instead of internal development, Blackberry will outsource hardware development to partners. For this reason, BlackBerry sold its trademark rights to TCL. Now, TCL has announced that it will be launching new “Evolutionary First” BlackBerry devices at CES 2017. TCL to launch new BlackBerry …

BlackBerry’s next two Android smartphones were featured in a few images leaked today. The handsets apparently carry the code names Hamburg and Rome, respectively, following the Canadian company’s long tradition of using cities for the code names of its devices. The Hamburg doesn’t have a physical keyboard at all, or it could be a slider …

BlackBerry, formerly known as RIM (Research In Motion), dominated the smartphone market before there was even a term for it. For 20 years, they’ve reinvented the way people communicate. Today, the battle revolves around Apple and Google as BlackBerry carves out a niche in the secure hardware and software market. Yet some of the greatest …

To say that things have gone well for BlackBerry at any point in the past 8 or 9 years is probably overstating that point. Over the past few years, most of the comments the company has drawn have focused on the wonder of its continued existence given how the consumer market has shifted completely, totally, …

Join the leaders of online gaming at GamesBeat Summit Next on November 9-10. Learn more about what comes next. BlackBerry may be slowly slipping into despair as its market share shrinks, but it seems there’s one place it’s still loved: Hollywood. We’re going to take a break while you scratch your head. Ready? According to …

Earlier this month, Sony was the victim of a major cyberattack that destroyed the company’s computer network, crippling day-to-day operations because even the company’s email had stopped working. Sony didn’t just have to run the business afterwards, it had to control the damage and work hard to get the systems back up and running. Sony …

At first glance, BlackBerry chief John Chen was not appeased by T-Mobile’s attempt to make peace – in fact, things only got worse: T-Mobile will no longer be carrying any BlackBerry device. In a press release released today, the company formerly known as RIM announced that it has chosen not to renew T-Mobile’s license to …

With the launch on Tuesday of BlackBerry’s third BlackBerry 10 device, the BlackBerry Q5, in the Indian market, the company also made an announcement regarding the rollout of voice over BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) on its older devices. Intent to reiterate its commitment to devices running older versions of its operating system, BlackBerry announced that the …

The Pentagon is expected to allow Apple, Samsung and BlackBerry mobile devices for use on Department of Defense networks in the coming weeks, as part of an effort to ensure the military has access to the latest communications technology, a spokesperson said on Wednesday. The move will pave the way for an intensified fight for …

BES 10 release paves the way for new BlackBerry devices By Greg Crowe January 23, 2013 Research in Motion announced the release of BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10, a week before the unveiling of the BlackBerry 10 operating system. BES 10 supports all the new features of a BlackBerry 10 smartphone or tablet, including BlackBerry Balance, …

In early 2010, Verizon attempted to capitalize on the app craze by launching its own storefront for Android and BlackBerry users, known as Verizon Apps. In the years that followed, the Android Market (now known as the Google Play Store) grew to compete in size with the Apple App Store – and Verizon ultimately decided …

Rumors have been going around for years now that RIM was considering offering its software and BlackBerry Messenger service on other platforms. Today the the Wall Street newspaper Not only reports that these rumors had some merit, but that plans were scuttled as CEO Thorsten Heins focuses the company on launching its first BlackBerry 10 …

A gift card for applications, what an original idea! Mobiroo has covered your smartphone fanatic’s Christmas stocking this holiday season with App gift cards for Android or BlackBerry devices. Continue reading after the jump. During this holiday season, feed your family’s smartphone addiction, and allow them to access the full potential of their Android or …

A group of nurses have started using BlackBerry products to speed up the way they work. Medicals Direct has supplied a network of nurses working in the UK with BlackBerry smartphones and Anoto digital pens that digitize the administrative part of their work. Jonathan Benton, CEO of Medicals Direct, said in a statement: “After looking …

Ottawa inventor Atif Shamim tries to patent one of his creations that could completely revolutionize the mobile battery industry. It has come up with a solution that all engineers dream of and that iPhone developers have failed to produce until now. Being only a student at Carleton University, the inventor developed a wireless connector that …