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BlackBerry CEO insists company will make money on devices again

05/19, 12:16pm

Security focus, device design key to BlackBerry revival, claims CEO Chen

BlackBerry will start to make money on smartphone sales again in the future, the manufacturer's chief executive has insisted. In an interview, CEO John Chen revealed he continues to believe Blackberry's devices business will become profitable, with the company's refocusing on enterprise and government customers forming a central part to the rejuvenation plans, instead of the consumer market.

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Briefly: POTUS tweets, Foxconn profits, Cook on Weibo

05/18, 5:07pm

Still using BlackBerry for personal phone, new account designed to be passed on

US President Barack Obama, still well known for using a specially locked-down BlackBerry as his personal smartphone, used a White House Executive Office-registered iPhone to post the first tweet on Twitter from his own @POTUS account. Improvements in security made to the iPhone starting with iOS 8 have apparently made the device worthy of being used by the President. Unlike other official presidential Twitter channel, Obama himself will tweet from the @POTUS account.

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Rockstar patents could bring Apple nearly $400M profit

04/01, 9:12pm

Apple, BlackBerry, others partnered on former Nortel patents

The Rockstar Consortium, a group comprised of Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson, Microsoft, and Sony, will see a windfall on its 2011 purchase of some 4,000 patents from Canadian tech giant Nortel, with Apple expected to gain at least $392 million from the holding, one analyst says. Wells Fargo's Maynard Um has used BlackBerry's reported gain of 17 percent of a base figure in predicting Apple's share of the profits.

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Briefly: BlackBerry Leap pre-orders begin, LG G4 'Save the Date'

03/31, 8:34am

BlackBerry begins pre-order sales of Leap smartphone

Pre-orders for the mid-range BlackBerry Leap have commenced in the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries. BlackBerry is selling the smartphone with a five-inch, 720p display unlocked directly from its website, priced at $275, though it warns the version it sells will not work with Verizon, Sprint, or US Cellular (i.e., America's CDMA-based carriers). Pre-orders in Canada will begin at a later date.

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Blackberry posts $28 million quarterly profit, falling revenue

03/27, 11:57am

CEO calls recovery on track, Wall Street not so sure

BlackBerry is declaring a win on restructuring efforts, despite plummeting revenue. The company today reported a profit of $28 million for the last quarter despite currency exchange issues, and still falling sales. Wall Street was expecting a $5 million loss on the quarter, with $734 million in revenue -- well more than realized by the company.

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Briefly: BlackBerry Leap at FCC, Google Nexus Player coming to UK

03/23, 7:31am

BlackBerry Leap heads to FCC for possible US launch

The BlackBerry Leap has made its way to the FCC, with regulatory listings hinting at availability of the smartphone in the United States later than in Europe. Crackberry notes that the short-term confidentiality agreement in the filing expires on May 4, long after the European launch in April, and though it isn't definitive, it certainly suggests the smartphone will go on sale in the US either on that date or shortly after.

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Briefly: BBM Protected for iOS and Android, Google Places mobile API

03/22, 12:44pm

BlackBerry adds BBM Protected mode to iOS, Android apps

BlackBerry is allowing its enterprise users to have highly-secure FIPS 140-2 validated conversations with other mobile users, rather than just between BlackBerry devices. BBM Protected, a mode for the BlackBerry messaging app that encrypts the conversation between two parties, is now available on the iOS and Android versions of the client. BBM Protected requires the use of the paid service BES from BlackBerry in order to set up the secure communications, though the secondary party only needs the free client to receive secure chat requests.

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BlackBerry re-enters tablet market using Samsung hardware

03/16, 10:06am

SecuTablet uses hardware from Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5

BlackBerry's enterprise partnership with Samsung and IBM has resulted in the launch of new hardware. The SecuTablet is a mobile device that borrows the physical design and specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 combined with BlackBerry's SecuSuite software, with the company claiming it to be secure enough for national and international public sector markets and enterprise.

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Windows, Blackberry also susceptible to HTTPS-breaking FREAK attack

03/06, 9:52am

Chrome, Firefox for OS X safe; no ETA on Android, Windows patches

In an advisory published on Thursday, Microsoft has admitted that all versions of its OS and browser are susceptible to the FREAK bug. Additionally, all BlackBerry devices are also vulnerable. The flaw allowing the attack exists in approximately 36 percent of websites that use HTTPS, and miscreants are able to intercept and modify data passing between a vulnerable browser and a susceptible site. Neither BlackBarry devices nor Windows devices were intially pegged as susceptible, due to a flaw in the coding of the test site.

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BlackBerry launches Leap, teases future device with sliding keyboard

03/03, 8:30am

BlackBerry Leap shipping soon with 8MP rear camera, 5-inch 720p display

BlackBerry used its Mobile World Congress media event to launch a new mid-ranged smartphone, as well as teasing another future device, The BlackBerry Leap is aimed at "young mobile professionals" and has a five-inch 1280x720-resolution display, while a second unnamed device is a slider-style smartphone with a keyboard hidden behind the screen.

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BlackBerry shows full Experience Suite for Android, iOS, Windows

03/02, 8:11am

Secure messaging, document editing, collaboration tools coming to nearly all

BlackBerry today unveiled a package of software and services to bring the platform's security features to smartphone and tablets running iOS, Android, and Windows operating systems. Coming to all platforms are the BlackBerry Productivity Suite, BlackBerry Communication and Collaboration Suite, and the BlackBerry Security Suite. The Productivity Suite allows users to manage work and personal messages, and edit documents across all devices. Additionally, all personal and work messages can be monitored one place, including email, text messages, and social networking accounts.

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Ryan Seacrest's Typo2 keyboard under legal fire from BlackBerry

02/17, 12:32pm

Re-engineering of keyboard apparently not enough for Canadian phone maker

As widely expected, BlackBerry has launched another lawsuit over Ryan Seacrest's Typo keyboard, this time versus the second iteration of the product. A new complaint, filed yesterday, claims that the iPhone keyboard manufacturer has yet again "slavishly copied down to the smallest detail, including the layout of the keyboard itself, the shapes of the keys, and the surface sculpting of the keys" in the new version of the clip-on keyboard.

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Briefly: TAP-R2 802.11ac touchscreen router, BlackBerry on AT&T

02/17, 11:11am

Amped Wireless shipping TAP-R2 router shortly, preorders commencing now

High-power, long-range wireless solutions provider Amped Wireless is shipping the next model in its TAP Series of Touch Screen Wi-Fi devices, the 802.11ac TAP-R2. Equipped with a total of six high-power amplifiers and two high-gain antennas (external and internal), the TAP-R2 delivers up to 800mW of Wi-Fi output power, with setup entirely on the device's touchscreen. The new router will be available on February 23, and will cost $160.

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Briefly: AT&T selling new BlackBerry devices soon, Google Talk

02/16, 11:17am

AT&T to start selling BlackBerry Passport, Classic from February 20

BlackBerry fans in the United States will soon be able to pick up the manufacturer's latest devices on AT&T. The BlackBerry Classic and the BlackBerry Passport, redesigned specifically for the carrier, will be going on sale from February 20. The Passport, complete with rounded edges, will cost $650 off-contract, $200 with a two-year agreement, or for between $21.67 and $32.50 under AT&T Next. The Classic will cost $50 on a two-year contract, $420 off-contract, or under AT&T Next's various plans, between $14 and $21 per month.

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Ryan Seacrest's Typo slapped with $860K fine for contempt of court

02/05, 10:40am

Company sold 19,000 Typo keyboards in defiance of court ordered embargo

US District Judge William Orrick in San Francisco has levied a $860,000 fine against iPhone physical keyboard manufacturer Typo for defying a sales injunction on the first Typo keyboard. The court agreed with BlackBerry's motion in part, finding that the company sold 19,000 keyboards after the previous embargo was put in place, but fell short of the demand for $2.64 million that the Canadian company was asking for.

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Samsung still open to BlackBerry acquisition, report claims

01/22, 2:51pm

Alleged leaked document suggests Samsung considered BlackBerry purchase for months

Samsung is still interested in acquiring BlackBerry, according to rumor. A document allegedly created by investment bank Evercore Partners for Samsung seems to suggest Samsung has been mulling over a purchase of the competing smartphone producer for some time, and according to sources, is still very much interested in the prospect despite denials from both BlackBerry and Samsung.

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BlackBerry CEO writes Feds, seeks mandated cross-platform development

01/22, 9:22am

Chen sees threat to net neutrality from app developers more than carriers

Blackberry CEO John Chen appears to be turning to the US government for help in broadening the app ecosystem for the struggling Canadian handset, as well as railing against a US-centric view of net neutrality and possible Title II regulation at the same time. In a blog post taken in part from a letter the CEO wrote to members of Congress, Chen defines not only what he sees as an ideal path for net neutrality, but also complaining about a "two-tiered wireless broadband ecosystem" where content providers like Apple and Netflix are free to not develop for all wireless platforms.

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Reuters: Samsung talks with BlackBerry about potential acquisition [u]

01/14, 6:43pm

Purchase could cost $7.5B, provide Samsung with BlackBerry patents

[Updated with BlackBerry denial] BlackBerry could possibly be the target of an acquisition, with a report claiming Samsung may be looking to buy the Canadian smartphone producer for a hefty sum. Details from a source, along with documents, were allegedly provided to Reuters, suggesting Samsung may be willing to pay as much as $7.5 billion to take control of the company.

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BlackBerry adds BBM to Android Wear, redesigns Passport for AT&T

01/08, 6:51am

Redesigned BlackBerry Passport keeps specifications, adds round corners

BlackBerry is bringing BBM to Android Wear devices in the near future, the manufacturer has revealed. At the same time, it announced the BlackBerry Passport will be heading to AT&T with a new rounder look, after BlackBerry redesigned certain aspects of the smartphone's external appearance following requests from the carrier itself.

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First look: Maserati QNX Technology Concept

01/07, 8:23pm

A Quattroporte adds LiDAR, sonar, mirror displays

BlackBerry's QNX division has brought a modified Maserati Quattroporte to CES, demonstrating the company's vision for safety and infotainment technology. The sedan has been outfitted with a bevy of cameras, LiDAR equipment, ultrasonic sensors, a digital instrument cluster, a gigantic infotainment touchscreen, and additional displays that function as side- and rear-view mirrors.

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Hands On: Ford's Sync 3 infotainment system

01/07, 6:37pm

Ford revamps its oft-derided interface

Ford recently introduced Sync 3, an entirely new infotainment system that serves as a successor to the oft-derided MyFord Touch platform. Electronista stopped by the company's CES booth to try out the revamped interface in person, ahead of its official launch on new models later this year.

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Boeing working with BlackBerry on Black smartphone security

12/22, 1:21pm

Boeing Black security-focused smartphone will use BES 12

BlackBerry is helping Boeing with developing its Black smartphone, it has been revealed. The smartphone from the defense and aerospace producer, previously reported to be a tamper-proof device capable of wiping stored data in the event of anyone attempting to open it, will now use BlackBerry's software platform to provide an extra layer of security.

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BlackBerry creeping closer to profit with $148 million quarterly loss

12/20, 3:20pm

Debenture payoff forces loss for the quarter, CEO promises profit in FY 2016

Cellphone manufacturer BlackBerry has published its most recent quarterly results. While the company is trumpeting a return to profitability, it still incurred a fair value debenture charge, forcing the company to post a $148 million loss on the quarter, or $0.28 per share. Without the debenture, it would have posted a modest profit of $2 million. While it appears that the cost-cutting measures are starting to pay off, given the improvement in the loss numbers, the company showed a 34 percent drop in revenue over the year-ago-quarter, suggesting that the road ahead for the company is still challenging.

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BlackBerry Classic ships with 3.5-inch square screen, retro appearance

12/17, 12:54pm

Full keyboard, retro design main features of mid-range BlackBerry Classic

BlackBerry has formally launched a retro-styled smartphone it previously teased. Housed in a casing reminiscent of earlier models, the BlackBerry Classic has a few modern tricks up its sleeve to go with the familiar QWERTY keyboard, including an optical trackpad and a touch-enabled 3.5-inch 720x720-resolution square display.

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BlackBerry Messenger adds features, iOS version gets redesign

12/13, 1:17am

Stickers in group chat, timed-display message function, Lollipop support, more

BlackBerry has released a new version of Messenger BBM - BlackBerry Limited">for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry, each with differing sets of new features the company says are some of its most-often requested additions. For iOS, the app has received a total makeover to bring it in line with the general iOS 8 design language. Android users get support for the latest major release, Lollipop (version 5), as well as a new landscape mode. BlackBerry OS 10 users can now share multiple attachments and images at the same time.

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BlackBerry Trade Up program offers Passport buyers cash for iPhones

11/25, 1:12pm

Amount ranges up to $550

Beginning on December 1, BlackBerry will be offering up to $550 for people willing to trade in an iPhone towards the purchase of a BlackBerry Passport. Shoppers will be able to trade anything from an iPhone 4S through to an iPhone 6, and receive a $150 " rel='nofollow'top-up" in addition to the phone's actual estimated value. Hitting the $550 mark requires a mint-condition iPhone 6, which is valued at $400.

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Briefly: Red BlackBerry Passport pre-orders, Redbox rental rises

11/24, 2:54pm

BlackBerry opens pre-orders for Red, White Passport

BlackBerry's previously-revealed limited edition versions of the Passport smartphone are available to pre-order today. The red version with black framing and highlights, along with a white model, can be pre-ordered now from BlackBerry directly ready for shipping on November 28th. The red model is priced at $699, while the white version is being sold at a lower $599.

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BlackBerry reveals red Passport, opens up Classic pre-orders

11/14, 7:28am

BlackBerry Classic priced at $450, ships mid-December

BlackBerry made two consumer hardware announcements at its Enterprise event yesterday, alongside enterprise-focused items. Pre-orders for the BlackBerry Classic have commenced for a mid-December launch, while potential owners of the BlackBerry Passport will soon be able to acquire a red version of the smartphone, set to be released in limited quantities on Black Friday.

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BBM Meetings launched as multi-platform conference calling service

11/13, 6:35pm

Paid conferencing service from BlackBerry works with up to 25 participants

BlackBerry made another business-related announcement at its Enterprise event, one which involves multi-platform messaging. BBM Meetings lets users set up a voice or video conferencing session with multiple other users, with the service covering BlackBerry 10, iOS, and Android mobile devices, as well as computers running OS X and Windows.

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BlackBerry partnering with Samsung for joint Knox-BES12 security

11/13, 3:42pm

Combination of Samsung Knox and BES12 said to provide end-to-end security

BlackBerry is working with Samsung to make its Android devices more secure for corporate users, the manufacturer has revealed. The partnership, which will be offered to enterprise customers from early next year, will see Samsung's Knox working in tandem with Blackberry Enterprise Service 12 (BES12), in order to provide a "tightly integrated, end-to-end secure solution" for communications.

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BlackBerry Messenger adds timed messages, retractions

11/03, 6:04am

BBM can delete messages automatically and on request from sender

BlackBerry has made a few changes to the BBM app on all platforms, with the biggest being heavily borrowed from competitor Snapchat. BlackBerry Messenger now gives users the ability to create Timed Messages, text or images which can be shared with other chat participants for a set period of time before being automatically deleted, as well as the ability to retract already-sent messages.

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BlackBerry Classic resurfaces, compared to BlackBerry Passport

10/15, 7:26am

All sides of smaller BlackBerry Classic shown in picture leak

A new set of photographs allegedly showing the BlackBerry Classic has leaked. The collection of images appears to reveal more of the rumored BlackBerry smartphone's physical appearance than in previous leaks, with all sides and the back of the device on display in the pictures, with some of the shots comparing it to the recently-announced BlackBerry Passport phablet.

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BlackBerry posts better-than-expected $207 million loss for quarter

09/26, 8:18am

Recovery seemingly working, but phone sales still need to climb for profit

While still not yet profitable, BlackBerry has posted a significantly lower-than-expected loss for the quarter. At the end of its fiscal 2015 Q2, the company reported a net loss of $207 million. This time last year, the company posted a $965 million loss. Of the $207 million loss, $33 million was attributed to mandatory charges from the company's near-complete restructuring program.

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BlackBerry Passport launched with square 1440x1440 display

09/24, 10:37am

Touch-enabled physical keyboard of BlackBerry Passport detects flicks, swipes

BlackBerry has used its three simultaneous media events to launch the BlackBerry Passport smartphone. Just as rumored, the mobile device has a square 4.5-inch 1440x1440 touchscreen with a touch-enabled physical keyboard below, allowing the keyboard to detect swipes, flicks and taps similar to display-based gestures, but without the user blocking their view of the screen with their fingers.

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BlackBerry buys virtual SIM startup Movirtu, will support iOS, Android

09/11, 12:36pm

London-based startup to bolster BlackBerry's BYOD programs

BlackBerry has announced that it has acquired Movirtu, a UK-based startup pioneering virtual-SIM technology, allowing a single device to have multiple phone numbers associated with it. The buy would bring technology for a "bring-your-own-device" user to have one device spanning a business number with associated apps and contacts, and a personal contact number on the same phone without juggling multiple SIM cards.

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BlackBerry Classic surfaces in Weibo images with touchscreen

09/08, 9:42am

BlackBerry Q20 shows classic design lines of earlier BBOS devices

The BlackBerry Classic has allegedly resurfaced following its announcement at Mobile World Congress in February, with images of the device appearing on Weibo. The smartphone, also known as the Q20, appears to be shown in the photographs with a square display similar to the BlackBerry Passport, though its physical design has rounded corners and a general appearance similar to earlier BlackBerry devices.

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BlackBerry invitations to three events hint at Passport launch

09/02, 1:07pm

BBOS addition BlackBerry Blend may appear alongside Passport at events

BlackBerry has sent out invitations to events held in Toronto, London, and Dubai on the 24th of September. The invite offers little in the way of clues as to what the three events will involve, but the use of a map and a plane symbol suggests the manufacturer will be formally launching the Passport smartphone, while rumors claim it could potentially include a software update allowing for the usage of BlackBerry Messenger from a desktop rather than a smartphone.

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BlackBerry Passport specs leak: CPU Snapdragon 800, 19-hour battery

08/22, 5:42pm

Square-screened device design document discovered, leaked

A design document detailing specifications of BlackBerry's new Passport phone has been leaked, confirming some previous rumors. The new BB10 phone from the Canadian manufacturer features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 with a 2.2Ghz quad-core CPU, paired with an Adreno 330 GPU running at 450Mhz -- a significant upgrade over the company's flagship phone, the Z10.

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BlackBerry claims no spam, attacks Apple's iMessage service

08/22, 2:26pm

Poorly messaged article omits features of iMessage to bolster BB10

BlackBerry has attacked iMessage in a blog post, as it attempts to try and convert more users to BlackBerry Messenger (BBM). The post, written by head of product and brand marketing for BBM Jeff Gadway, latches on to recent reports about spam messages on iMessage, and lists off ways the service allegedly beats Apple's messaging platform.

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BlackBerry realigns divisions, forms BlackBerry Technology Solutions

08/19, 8:56am

New division encompasses 44,000 patents, three major technologies

BlackBerry has spun off a new business unit, collecting the majority of its unique technologies under one roof -- the BlackBerry Technology Solutions (BTS) division. Dr. Sandeep Chennakeshu will lead the new group, which encompasses embedded software group QNX, "Internet of Things" division Project Ion, cryptography division Certicom, RF antenna tuning group Paratek, and 44,000 associated patents.

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Briefly: BBM for Windows Phone exits beta, Trendnet WiFi Baby Cam

08/16, 2:37pm

Blackberry launches 1.1 version of BBM for Windows Phone

BlackBerry has officially released BBM for Windows Phone, taking it out of beta. The new release implementes a number of bug fixes and speed improvements that the company gathered during the beta phase. The 1.1 version of the app allows users to engage in BBM Chats with one or many contacts, with the ability to share pictures, voice notes, contacts and location. Features like BBM Voice, Channels, and location sharing are still yet to be added.

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BlackBerry CEO: restructuring effort over, time to look to the future

08/05, 8:31am

Chen expects profitability before the end of the year for BlackBerry

According to an internal memo circulating around the company, BlackBerry has exited its internal reorganization process. CEO John Chen told the remaining staff that "the workforce reduction that began three years ago is now behind us." The memo declares that the company is now on the path to profitability, and will start making strategic acquisitions to boost the company's growth.

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BlackBerry Messenger for Windows Phone launches publicly

07/31, 1:45pm

BBM for Windows Phone includes chats, excludes BBM Voice, Channels

BlackBerry has made its BlackBerry Messenger app available to download in the Windows Phone store. Previously only available as a closed beta on the platform, and already out on iOS and Android, the version offered is still in beta, though BlackBerry has taken the time to make BBM fit in with the Windows Phone user interface styling, and some features don't appear to have been included.

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Ford Motors to replace BlackBerry with iPhones for over 9,300 workers

07/29, 5:39pm

'Global' switchover will cost nothing extra over normal replacement cycle

Automaker Ford has announced that it will transition at least 9,300 corporate employees from BlackBerry models and flip phones to iPhones over the next two years. The change, which will cost the company nothing above the normal cost of a replacement cycle, is a blow to BlackBerry, but the Canadian smartphone maker can take solace in the fact that Ford chose BlackBerry's QNX for its next-generation Sync infotainment system, replacing a previous Microsoft-based one.

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BlackBerry acquires German security firm Secusmart

07/29, 12:48pm

Company turnaround underway, says CEO in wake of deal

At its annual BlackBerry summit, the beleagured smartphone manufacturer has announced a deal that will see it acquire Germany's Secusmart to enhance its own security offerings. BlackBerry CEO John Chen said of the deal that it "creates that much more distance between [BlackBerry] and competitors" in the battle for corporate and governmental business share.

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BlackBerry virtual assistant revealed, included in BlackBerry Passport

07/16, 12:16pm

BlackBerry Assistant competes with Siri, Google Now, Cortana

BlackBerry will include its own virtual assistant in a future version of the company's mobile operating system, the smartphone manufacturer has revealed. Taking its cue from Siri, Google Now, and Cortana, BlackBerry Assistant will recognize commands via voice recognition and entered text, and will be able to perform simple tasks such as searching e-mail archives or setting appointments, to more elaborate requests.

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BlackBerry launches BlackBerry Messenger for Windows Phone beta

07/10, 7:44pm

Beta test ahead of official launch, some features like Voice to be added later on

Users of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) are going to able to use the service on a new mobile platform. Today, BlackBerry announced that the messaging service has made its way to Windows Phones, starting off with a limited run in beta. The company wants to focus on providing an introduction to the program with its first release.

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Briefly: BBM testing on Windows Phone, Xbox One upgrade credit offer

07/08, 1:49pm

BlackBerry Messenger commences private beta on Windows Phone store

BlackBerry has put the BlackBerry Messenger app in the Windows Phone store, though it is not available to everyone. The listing, which follows the earlier BBM launch on iOS and Android, hints at a near-future release of the messaging app on the platform, though according to CNET, the app is being tested in a private beta ahead of its launch, with only whitelisted users able to install the app from the store.

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BlackBerry justifies Passport display as the 'IMAX of productivity'

07/08, 6:39am

Large square BlackBerry Passport display touted as useful for business

BlackBerry is attempting to justify the square display used in the Passport, a smartphone it recently revealed. In a blog post, the smartphone manufacturer claims the Passport's 4.5-inch square and high-resolution screen provides the same viewing space as a normal 5-inch smartphone display, but provides a "better viewing experience" because of the device's width.

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BlackBerry Messenger due to hit Windows Phone in coming weeks

06/20, 9:02am

BlackBerry CEO confirms impending app launch still on schedule

BlackBerry is preparing to release the Windows Phone version of its BlackBerry Messenger app, one the company said it would release by the summer. The messaging client, joining the iOS and Android versions as well as BlackBerry OS devices, was advised by CEO John Chen as coming out on time, though he stopped short of providing a specific release date.

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