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BlackBerry: Be Anxious For Nothing In 2017

There was little to admire for BlackBerry (NASDAQ: BBRY ) in 2016. The year was highlighted with a significant revenue miss and unfulfilled promises. Investors' hope for a turnaround was dashed and many avid fanboys might have flipped sides. At ... Seeking Alpha, 3 days ago
Canada tech co. Blackberry QNX joins autonomous race Canada.Autonews.com, 3 days ago
Securing the Enterprise of Things Channel Post MEA, 5 days ago
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ITechPost

CNET asks: BlackBerry and Nokia are back! Do you care?

Nokia and BlackBerry used to be the bigger names in mobile, back before the iPhone came in and revolutionized everything . These prides of Finland and Canada, respectively, hung on for awhile, but each one's proprietary software (Symbian and MeeGo ...
 CNET News6 days ago Nokia And BlackBerry: Comeback Strategies For The Nostalgic Favorites  ITechPost1 week ago
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CNET.co.uk

Comeback kids: Nokia goes low while BlackBerry aims high -- for now

When Steve Jobs launched the original iPhone in 2007 , its revolutionary all-touchscreen design blew away the then-dominant keyboard phones of the day: the Moto Q, Palm Treo, Nokia E62 and BlackBerry Pearl . BlackBerry's new phone channels its ...
 CNET.co.uk1 week ago
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Business Insider

Blackberry is quietly trying to make a comeback — but not with phones (BBRY)

Reuters/Blair Gable Blackberry has had quite the fall from grace. What was once the world's biggest smartphone maker is now out of the phone manufacturing business altogether. Since 2009, its market share has fallen from 20% to just .1%. But ...
 Business Insider1 week ago Blackberry is looking to make a comeback — but not with phones  Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 week ago
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Indian Express

BlackBerry aims to put smart in every aspect of life and business

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 Gulf News4 days ago BlackBerry discusses the future of BB10  MobileSyrup.com1 week ago Review: Fresh Blackberries, the Blackberry Priv  BBrief.co.za1 week ago Review: BlackBerry Passport Is That a Smartphone? Yes, It's Brilliant.  BBrief.co.za1 week ago
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Trak.in

Top five smartphones to look out for in ...

This year is going to be very special for the smartphone lovers in India. While the old-gold Nokia and BlackBerry are back from the dead with new Android smartphones, the leading players such as Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei and Asus are going to ...
 My Mobile1 week ago Department of Telecom to meet telecom operators for status check on call drops  Telecom Live2 weeks ago BlackBerry Brings DTEK50 & DTEK60 Android Smartphones for Rs. 21,990 and Rs. 46,990; Will These Smartphones Help Revive its Market Share in India?  Trak.in2 months ago
Tech Times

BlackBerry Mercury: The company's last in-house handheld makes waves at CES 2017

The BlackBerry name may not have as much punch as it once used to, but that does not mean that the company is out of the game -- it has instead become smarter. By dropping its own OS and partnering up with TCL, the company has started work on ...
 International Business Times Australia1 week ago BlackBerry Mercury: TCL's New Phone Combines Passport, BlackBerry PRIV Elements To Upgrade Classic Form Factor  International Business Times2 weeks ago BlackBerry Mercury Steps Under The CES 2017 Spotlight With A Physical Keyboard, Android 7.0 Nougat, And More  Tech Times2 weeks ago CES 2017: Blackberry Mercury Smartphone With Physical Keyboard Shown  Modojo2 weeks ago
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CNET News

BlackBerry Mercury wants to make the keyboard real again

The last few BlackBerry phones we've reviewed: all duds. But the guys who picked up the license to make the next crop promise way better 'Berrys , and that starts with the preproduction phone at CES 2017 that's rumored to be called the Mercury. A ...
 CNET News2 weeks ago The next BlackBerry phone wants to make the keyboard real again  CNET.com.au2 weeks ago BlackBerry Mercury Release Date, Price and Specs  CNET News2 weeks ago
Newsroom.ng

WhatsApp appears to be abandoning BlackBerry earlier than scheduled

Users may or may not be aware that from this year, WhatsApp will no longer be supported on BlackBerry phones with the Blackberry operating system (OS 10 included).The announcement was made last year on the seventh anniversary of WhatsApp and as much ...
 JOLLYBOSS5 days ago Having problems accessing Whatsapp on your Blackberry? Panic not  Newsroom.ng6 days ago WhatsApp now won't work on older Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7 devices  The Mobile Indian3 weeks ago Whatsapp ends support for older Blackberry, Nokia, iPhone and Android devices, replace phone to continue chat  India.com3 weeks ago
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IT Web

BlackBerry aims for smart car market

The new platform comes just a few weeks after the unveiling of the BlackBerry QNX Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Centre, in Canada. BlackBerry has announced a new operating system (OS) aimed at the connected and autonomous car market. BlackBerry ...
 IT Web2 weeks ago
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