BlackBerry recently announced that it wouldn’t be developing its own hardware, but that isn’t going to stop the company from partnering with other OEMs to release new devices. Earlier this year the company worked with TCL to create the DTEK50, and now it’s doing it again with the DTEK60.
BlackBerry Stories October 12
BlackBerry Stories September 28
BlackBerry’s move from its own smartphone platform to Android doesn’t seem to have done it much good. A few months after the Android-powered Priv suffered from both slow sales and high return rates, the company has announced that it is quitting the hardware business altogether.
Re/code reports that the company made the announcement as it recorded a net loss of $372M …
BlackBerry Stories August 3
We live in an era of information overload, there’s no doubt about that, and with all the apps and services we use constantly asking for our attention it has become easier than ever to feel as if we were drowning in way too many communication services.
BlackBerry Stories July 26
We’ve known for quite some time that BlackBerry has been working hard to develop new Android smartphones following the release of the PRIV last year, however until now we haven’t seen too much regarding these devices. Overnight a page went live on BlackBerry’s website, though, which since been taken down, showing off new images of the upcoming BlackBerry Neon (DTEK50) as well as the full specifications list (via Crackberry).
BlackBerry Stories June 30
At the beginning of the month, reports described slow BlackBerry PRIV sales and high return rates. Despite this and a potential exit from the hardware business, VentureBeat has details on three new Android-powered devices in the works. These rumors are similar to ones from last year and involve a pair of touchscreen devices and one with a full keyboard.