Blackberry launches "most secure Anroid Phone"
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More nailed down than Jesus

BlackBerry has announced its second Android smartphone today claiming that it is the world's most secure Android phone.

Blackberry "disturbed" by Apple's encrypt everything policy
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It's not a family affair

Blackberry boss John Chen has said he is "disturbed" by Apple's tough approach to encryption and user privacy, warning that the firm's attitude is harmful to society.

Blackberry punished for winning security software contracts
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Damned if it does, damned if it doesn’t

Troubled smartphone maker, Blackberry had some good news today, but it is fair to say its shareholders reacted rather badly.

Blackberry can’t really make up its mind
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Should it stay or should it go?

Blackberry is continuing to send out more mixed messages about its handset future.

Blackberry to release three new Android phones
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Last Chance Saloon

Troubled Blackberry, which has admitted that its hardware is officially in the Last Chance Saloon, is having a last stab at mobile hardware with three new Android phones.

Blackberry hopes licencing can save its bacon
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Other companies will want our tech

Blackberry is hoping to pull its nadgers out of the fire by licencing its mobile software to other outfits.

Blackberry loses Obama
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Wednesday, 15 June 2016 11:32

Blackberry loses Obama


Gets a locked down Samsung instead


In a sign that Blackberry’s days are numbered, one of its key advocates, President Barack Obama has given up on it.

Blackberry losing Android sales too
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Wednesday, 08 June 2016 15:56

Blackberry losing Android sales too


Blackberry will have to slam the priv door

It is starting to look like Blackberry is not getting enough sales from its Android products to justify a mobile handset presence.

FTC to clamp down on slow security updates
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Asked eight leading players what they are doing

The Federal Trade Commission has written to eight leading players in the mobile communications arena requiring them to tell the agency how they issue security updates to address vulnerabilities in smartphones, tablets, and other mobile gear.

Chen defends giving snoops access to Blackberries
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You gotta do the right thing

Blackberry's boss John Chen has defended giving Canadian spooks secret access to his company's hardware allowing them to spy on suspected terrorists and criminals.