BlackBerry

5 Super-Sleek Smartphones To Buy This October

Indian mobile customers have a lot to cheer about in October as smartphone companies prepare to launch a flurry of new phones

Locked And Loaded: BlackBerry KEY2

The new BlackBerry KEY2 brings together iconic BlackBerry features with new experiences that include a dual-rear camera, a more intelligent keyboard, and improved privacy controls.

Tamara Clarke

Back To Basics: BlackBerry KEYone

The BlackBerry KEYone is the first smartphone released from TCL Communication under a new brand licensing agreement with BlackBerry Limited.

Tamara Clarke

How iPhone Has Changed the Way We Use Our Smartphones

Several big companies have in the past tried to ape iPhone features, but, have failed to recreate its experience

Nidhi Singh

Want to Be Successful? Keep It Real.

Executives who have lost touch with reality have sunk many once-thriving businesses.

Steve Tobak

Qualcomm Must Refund BlackBerry $815 Million in Fees

Qualcomm is also the recipient of a lawsuit from Apple and the subject of multiple government investigations into its business practices.

Tom Brant

The Indispensable Features Your Business Phone Must Possess

Blackberry may no longer monopolise the businessman's preference, but the world of technology still requires you to be equipped with essentials

BlackBerry's Smartphone Market Share Has Reached 0 Percent

The creator of the iconic "CrackBerry" has fallen far behind its competitors.

Rose Leadem

Mobile-handset Makers Rejoice! #5 Prospects Once Apple Begins Making in India

'Local factories for components can work wonders such that companies don't need to depend on China for imports.'

Aashika Jain

Safety First: BlackBerry Releases DTEK60 Device

BlackBerry puts safety first with the release of its newest (and its last in-house) smartphone.

Tamara Clarke

BlackBerry Ditches Classic Model Smartphone

The company launched the Classic less than two years ago hoping it would resonate with customers yearning for a physical keyboard in a world of touchscreens.

Reuters