BlackBerry has announced a round of layoffs from its mobile division as the company seeks to further consolidate its business. The company has not revealed how many people will be affected by this decision, but instead chose to say that it would affect number of employees from around the world.
The BlackBerry Leap is intended as a mid-range smartphone, for young executives who are just beginning to build their careers (and their BlackBerry eco-system). It is also the kind of BlackBerry that doesn’t have a physical keyboard, which has proven to be the less popular of the two BlackBerry styles.
The BlackBerry Leap will be arriving in Malaysia next week, and pre-orders for the device have already started on 11street. As a full touch interface alternative to the BlackBerry Classic, the Leap is aimed at young professionals and combines long battery life and advanced security features.
BlackBerry’s newest smartphone is now available for Malaysians to pre-order on 11street. The BlackBerry Leap is aimed at young executives who are just about to begin building their careers, and is priced at a point that won’t break their wallets.
If you want to buy the BlackBerry Classic but do not wish to get tied to a contract, you may now do so from Tune Talk. The BlackBerry Classic is available for purchase with Tune Talk without any contract, and it even comes with free airtime too.
Been waiting for BlackBerry to announce a new tablet? Say hello to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and no, this is not a typo. The tablet from BlackBerry, SecuTablet, a “high-security tablet” that is based on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.
It looks like BlackBerry has learnt how to play the hype game. The company has shown off a dual curved display smartphone with a sliding keyboard during its press conference at Mobile World Congress 2015, and yet no details about the device have been provided.
BlackBerry has unveiled a midrange smartphone aimed at those who are only just beginning to build their careers. The 5-inch BlackBerry Leap is only one of four new devices that will be released this year, although the company did not share much information about what the other three might be.
And so it ends. One week is up, and I have been freed from this task of experiencing the world from the eyes of a BlackBerry Classic user. As I said in my midweek update, it wasn’t all that bad. In fact, there were some moments when I seriously considered switching over to the platform. […]
I have spent about five days on a BlackBerry device now, and this is a short update to let people know that I have not yet decided to end my existence. As expected, there are some parts of the BlackBerry experience that I enjoy, and some that I would rather not have to face again. […]
The Typo iPhone case was meant to provide the iPhone with a physical keyboard similar to the BlackBerry experience. However, the company behind it – co-founded by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest – made it a little too similar and has been hit with a US$860,600 (about RM 3.1 million) fine after it was found […]
As someone who has never used a smartphone with a physical keyboard, I have ended up drawing the short straw for Lowyat.NET’s new editorial segment, and have been assigned to spend the next week using the BlackBerry Classic as my only communications device. After seven days, I will share my thoughts and experience with using such an […]
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has a new plan for enforcing net neutrality in the US, and it involves forcing Apple and Android app developers to build apps for BlackBerry devices. While he named iMessage and Netflix specifically, Chen appears to believe that it should apply to all content in the mobile space.
BlackBerry has been doing a decent job of keeping up with social media, and asking fans to keep up with the conversation about the new BlackBerry Classic on Twitter is generally something that nobody would notice. Unless the Tweet itself was sent from an iPhone, which is distinctly not something that BlackBerry makes.
The BlackBerry Classic has just been launched in Malaysia, available exclusively from Celcom. As the name suggests, this device has elements of the BlackBerry Bold 9900’s design, which will surely bring back some nostalgia for BlackBerry fans everywhere.
At CES 2015, BlackBerry just announced that its BBM messaging service will soon support Android Wear, bringing BBM messages right to your wrist.
An unlikely saviour turned up after the massive cyber attack that crippled Sony Pictures last month. With email servers not working and internal communications non-existent, executives at the studio kept in touch using a cache of old BlackBerry smartphones they found in a basement.
Celcom has just opened its registration of interest of the upcoming BlackBerry Classic and if you register with them, you’ll stand a chance to get a complimentary BlackBerry Classic or an Urbanear headset worth RM280.
Want a BlackBerry Passport but don’t wish to sign up for a contract with a telco and get tied up for up to two whole years? Tune Talk is now offering not only the original BlackBerry Passport, but also the red coloured one, and as with all devices offered by Tune Talk, it does not […]