BlackBerry company logo (Mirror Daily, USA) Gone are the days when owning a BlackBerry smartphone meant you had the ultimate technology. As more advanced models began to appear, BlackBerry fell behind. However, that doesn’t mean the company has given up, but has chosen a different path. Now, what’s in store for BlackBerry fans? The BlackBerry …

The writing has been on the wall for a long time now, but The latest report from Gartner confirmed that Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, as well as BlackBerry OS, have run out of welcome. While global smartphone sales grew nearly 4% in the first quarter of this year, Windows Phone’s market share increased from 2.5% …

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 …

In an interview this week, the CEO of BlackBerry said, “I love our handset business, but we have to make the money.” He was talking with The National, where he also confirmed that there were, as the post said, “no plans to launch new devices running the operating system” – the operating system being BlackBerry …

It seems that nothing is going in the direction of BlackBerry. Shortly after WhatsApp removed support for BlackBerry 10 OS and all other BlackBerry operating systems, Facebook announced that it was discontinuing support for their core APIs for BlackBerry. The social giant has confirmed that starting March 31, BlackBerry users will have to make a …

BlackBerry has just suffered another blow to its hopes of survival. WhatsApp has just announced the end of support for the BlackBerry ecosystem, including BlackBerry 10, the OS designed to save the business. The reason? BlackBerry is just not popular enough in 2016, and WhatsApp wants “to concentrate [its] efforts on the mobile platforms that …

We all wonder why WhatsApp Messenger still works on platforms like Android 2.1 or Symbian S60, and how long it will take the app developer to stop supporting them. Well it looks like the end is near as WhatsApp announced that by the end of 2016 it will end support for the following mobile platforms: …

Howdy CrackBerry nation! Another week has passed so you know what that means? Not only is it time to share with you another batch of apps for your BlackBerry 10 or Priv smartphone, but it’s also time to catch up on all the news that transpired since we last met. Starting things off this week …

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, …