Google's Motorola Mobility and BlackBerry are both banking on the shift to lower-cost smartphones for growth, evidenced by the new phones they just unveiled aimed at the cost-conscious segment of the market.
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Apple said users of smart devices running its iOS software face no risk from a flaw in the OpenSSL web security standard, despite BlackBerry working up a fix for its messenger service for iOS and Android devices.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the company is not going to get out of the devices business, despite giving an interview in which he indicated that it might be a possibility.
Two days after BlackBerry said it will soon cut sales ties with T-Mobile US, the carrier said it is offering its existing BlackBerry customers a $100 credit toward any new device, including the BlackBerry Q10 or the Z10. T-Mobile said the offer is good through the end of the year.
BlackBerry is essentially going to sever ties with T-Mobile US just weeks after the two companies' CEOs got into a spat over T-Mobile promoting the iPhone to its BlackBerry customers. The development represents a severe escalation, although relations between the companies have been souring since last year.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said he is feeling good about the company's turnaround prospects despite continued financial losses, sagging revenues and weaker smartphone shipments.
Smartphones dominated mobile phone device registrations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the fourth quarter of 2013, figures from the country's telecoms regulator show.
Almost all T-Mobile US customers who traded in their BlackBerry phones during a recent promotion switched to another smartphone platform, according to a blog post from TMoNews.
BARCELONA, Spain—On Monday VMWare completed its $1.2 billion acquisition of AirWatch, adding one of the premier mobile device management (MDM) companies and gaining a major foothold in the wireless market to better compete with BlackBerry, IBM, Citrix and others. AirWatch Chairman Alan Dabbiere had harsh words for BlackBerry, and said the company is clinging to the past and business models that no longer work.