Blackberry will be an expensive privy
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Lots to spend a penny

Blackberry appears to think that so many people will want to use its Priv it can charge them a pretty penny.

Blackberry boss can't play with his Priv
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Life mimics Mr Robot

In the telly show Mr Robot, the hero notes that one of the villains knows nothing about technology because he uses a Blackberry while anyone sensible uses Android.

Blackberry Priv is now official
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Android slider by Blackberry.

We've known for months that it's coming. Now we know what it looks like and what it's called. The name tells most of the story of Blackberry Venice Priv.

Blackberry juices itself in latest report
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Confirms Android phone will be named after a toilet


BlackBerry published its latest quarterly financial report today, delivering some miserable results for the last three months. 

Blackberry buys AtHoc
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Wants more security

Troubled smartphone maker BlackBerry is buying AtHoc.

Blackberry moves to Android
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Finally gets an update

It is looking like the early rumours are correct and BlackBerry is moving to Android.

Blackberry still can't get juiced up
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Revenue falling

BlackBerry is still a long way from being out of the woods. The outfit reported worse-than-expected first-quarter financial results as phone sales continued their long slide.

BlackBerry will make Android machines
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Bye-bye cult following

BlackBerry putting Android under the bonnet of some of its gear as it appears that its revamped line of devices failed to do so well.

Blackberry Oslo leaked
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It ain't dead yet

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Blackberry is not quite ready to die yet, if the new leak of its coming Oslo update of Passport is anything to go by.

Intel could be the Lazerus of the Mobile market
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It might be back from the dead this time

Chipzilla has launched its latest campaign to get back into the mobile market, and this time it might just get away with it.