Blackberry articles

Neowin: Is Windows Phone about to go big?

If you’ve been reading the news recently you might be forgiven for thinking that Windows Phone is in a very dire situation, and that Microsoft could even abandon it in the near future. IDC, for instance, reported that Microsoft’s mobile OS…

BlackBerry acquires Secusmart to ramp up its security offerings

In an effort to further improve its voice and data security, Blackberry announced that that it will acquire Secusmart, a Dusseldorf, Germany-based company that specializes in encryption and anti-eavesdropping services. Financial details were not disclosed and the deal is still pending regulatory…

BlackBerry's upcoming Passport smartphone is an oddball

BlackBerry CEO John Chen took the wind out of the proverbial sails of any further leaks regarding its upcoming handset codenamed Windermere. The chief on Thursday confirmed the handset’s existence and that it’ll arrive as the BlackBerry Passport in September. …

BlackBerry launches secure version of BBM for enterprise users

BlackBerry on Monday announced the first product in its new enterprise-focused eBBM suite. BBM Protected offers an additional layer of encryption for BBM users with an obvious nod toward security-conscious clients like law firms, government agencies, healthcare providers and banks.

Neowin: BlackBerry Z30 review

BlackBerry is in a tough spot, with consumers leaving the brand faster than a burning platform, and with carriers now turning a cold shoulder to the once dominant smartphone vendor, what’s a company to do? Well, for now, it seems,…