Earlier today, BlackBerry officially confirmed that they'll be releasing BlackBerry Priv, an Android-powered BlackBerry device before end of this calendar year. John Chen, executive chairman and CEO of BlackBerry, posted a commentary this morning on CNBC to explain in a few paragraph the reasoning on why they're teaming up with Google for an Android phone.
There has been a lot of buzz regarding BlackBerry launching an Android smartphone.
This morning's BlackBerry Q2 FY2016 Earnings Results was just full of interesting tidbits. With all the rumors (now confirmed) of a Android-powered BlackBerry device, the uncertainty of the future of the BlackBerry 10 Operating System was a sore spot for many. Today, BlackBerry confirmed that they'll continue to develop
BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB), a global leader in mobile communications, today reported financial results for the three months ended August 29, 2015 (all figures in U.S. dollars and U.S. GAAP, except where otherwise indicated).
Non-GAAP software and services revenue of $74 million, a 19% increase over Q2 FY15 driven by 33% growth in software licensing revenue
Positive free cash flow of $100 million in the quarter
Cash and investments balance of $3.35 billion at the end of the fiscal quarter, an increase of $37 million over Q1 FY16 after using $47 million
There are a LOT of questions left about the "Venice" (or Priv) yet to be answered. (I hate the name Priv by the way). Questions like, how will the Hub be integrated, which inductive charging standards will be available, how does multitasking work, and way more than can be listed
No matter how you look at it, the new BlackBerry slider device IS an Android device with BlackBerry security behind it. It's a cool looking device and even the name, BlackBerry Venice, sounded cool and stylish. But now comes word that the Venice is no longer the name for the yet
Regardless of how careful I try to be with my new devices, they are always bound to be dropped off a table or some other object. I'm currently on a search for the perfect case that brings comfort, but also protection to my device. Today, we'll take a few moments to look at the Trident Aegis Case For BlackBerry Passport.
I've always heard positive things about the cases made by Trident, and was intrigued by
Today, BlackBerry has finalized the acquisition of Athoc in the latest round of acquisitions. This comes on the heels of the September 25th second quarter 2016 fiscal results. Athoc will integrate nicely into BlackBerry's security and Internet of Things strategies offering customers new