BlackBerry 10 is set to take a backseat on the firm's next smartphone, as Android is tipped to take the wheel.
BlackBerry's oddity is brilliant for those who love working on the go, but a bizarre turn off for everyone else.
After years of leaving its customers hanging waiting for a proper app marketplace to compete with iOS and Android, BlackBerry has finally delivered, thanks to Amazon.
UI improvements, a cleaner look, an extra row of apps and limitless apps per folder headline the forthcoming update.
Rumoured handset pictured again, but there's little clarity over BlackBerry's release plans at this point.
MWC 2014 could see BlackBerry unveil its latest budget handset. Is the BlackBerry Z3 the one we've been waiting for?
BlipBlackBerry casts off its global creative director. We don't think it will really miss her, or vice versa.
BLIPAnother day, another woe for BlackBerry as it rolls back its latest Twitter client update for BB10.
Don't look for phones named Café and Kopi at BlackBerry Live 2014. In fact, don't look for BB Live 2014 either.