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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As we told you earlier that Blackberry Withdrawn from his phone company.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 …