MWC 2015BlackBerry is rolling out a selection of interesting new features for its IM platform, including a paid subscription model.
Soon you'll be able to read and reply to messages from your wrist if you're a BBM user with an Android Wear smartwatch.
BlackBerry is getting its business efforts back on track with new partnerships and services for enterprise users.
The company needs to refocus on security and business apps, and go cross-platform among other measures.
The number of apps in the Windows Phone store has almost doubled in the last year, Microsoft confirms.
UpdatedBlackBerry's messaging service, already available on iOS and Android, arrives in beta on Microsoft's OS.
BlackBerry has answered the demands from Windows Phone users and announced a beta BlackBerry Messenger app.