Image: Hale Erguvenc, Getty Images WhatsApp has stopped supporting a range of older smartphone operating systems, including BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, and Windows Phone 8. Whatsapp said in a side note: “These platforms do not offer the kind of functionality that we need to extend the functionality of our app in the future. If you …

WhatsApp says goodbye to several old mobile operating systems. The Facebook-owned chat app announced plans to end support for BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone 8.0 and earlier, and Nokia S40 on December 31. Users of these platforms can no longer create new accounts or recheck existing accounts. After December 31st, the app will stop …

Join the leaders of online gaming at GamesBeat Summit Next on November 9-10. Learn more about what comes next. Whatsapp has detailed its plans for older mobile operating systems, within a week of year-end. The Facebook-owned app will end support for BlackBerry OS (including BlackBerry 10) and Windows Phone 8.0 (and earlier) on December 31, …

It has been over two years since BlackBerry shipped a handset running its own operating system. The last handset powered by the BB10 operating system came out in 2015. The company has been making devices running Android and will no longer revert to its own operating system. Those who still own a BB10 OS device …

WhatsApp in February 2016 announced the end of support for BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10, as well as the Nokia S40 and Nokia Symbian S60 platforms. However, app support on BlackBerry OS and Nokia S40 has been extended until June of this year. It now appears that Facebook-owned WhatsApp is extending the end of life …

At the end of 2016, WhatsApp ended support for Windows Phone 7, iOS 6, and Android 2.1 and 2.2. Around the same time, the Facebook-owned communications service also pushed back its end-of-support dates for several other platforms – BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, and Nokia Symbian S60 – to June 30, 2017. Now, WhatsApp …

WhatsApp users still on handsets running the aging BlackBerry operating system and Nokia S40 and S60 platforms will not be able to use the popular messaging service after June 30. The Facebook-owned company will officially end the Nokia Symbian software and the BlackBerry operating system. at the beginning of July. This comes after WhatsApp delayed …

New oi-Samden Sherpa WhatsApp has decided to abandon the Nokia Symbian and BlackBerry OS platforms. | Updated: Tuesday June 13, 2017 11:40 [IST] WhatsApp, the world’s most popular and widely used messaging app, will no longer be supported by older software platforms such as BlackBerry OS and Nokia Symbian OS starting June 30. The Facebook-owned …

Image: Pieter Beens / Shutterstock The cops are really cracking down on companies that sell so-called encrypted BlackBerrys. Dutch national police on Wednesday Announced policy he had arrested four suspects suspected of money laundering. But more specifically, the group, and especially two main suspects, would be involved in the sale of personalized BlackBerry and Android …

BlackBerry QNX focuses on safety with its latest operating system (OS) for connected and autonomous vehicles. At CES 2017 in Las Vegas this week, BlackBerry QNX released its latest operating system for the automotive industry – QMX Software Development Platform 7.0 (QNX SDP 7.0), a 64-bit operating system that uses QNX technology such as Neutrino …