After more than a year of deliberation, the FCC has finally decided on its net neutrality rules going forward. In a 3-2 vote, the FCC has approved Title II. Arguments on both sides of the debate had their chances...
Last year, we exclusively revealed BlackBerry would be gearing up to release a new all-touch smartphone later in 2015. We learned the device would be a mid-range BlackBerry with the codename "Rio." Recently, it has been rumored the Rio codename will likely get dropped for...
Earlier in the week, Verizon and BlackBerry officially announced the availability of the Classic would be on February 26th. The Classic in camera and non-camera options are now available. You can pick up the Verizon BlackBerry Classic for $99.99 with...
BlackBerry announced today it will be joining Google's Android for Work program to help extend BES12's reach even further. This partnership will allow BES12 to manage devices that are running Android Lollipop that are equipped with the advanced security...
The latest addition to the bandwagon of BlackBerry-loving international political leaders is none other than Hillary Clinton. The former First Lady and Secretary of State expressed her preference of the Canadian smartphone when she spoke at the Lead On Silicon...
The ability to customize notifications for contacts is easily my favorite new feature on 10.3.1. I don't even have to pick up my phone to see who I've received a message from - the LED, vibration, ringtone and other...
BlackBerry users may be security conscious and business focused, but they still love to consume media. Unfortunately, Facebook has yet to twist Instagram's arm and give the nod to release an official version on BlackBerry 10. Fortunately, there are some amazing...
Jim Simons, who founded the Medallion Fund, one of the world's largest hedge funds, is taking aim at the technology sector. Simons is eyeing companies that are positioning themselves in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. Almost everything in the physical...
IDC has released its latest report today outlining global smartphone market share numbers, and for BlackBerry, the numbers aren't pretty. According to the report, BlackBerry's market share is now down to 0.4% worldwide. The new numbers from 2014 represent...
Back when BlackBerry 10 launched, the company introduced two awesome smartphones, the Z10 and Q10. Over the next year, BlackBerry would bring out the Q5, and the Z30, and in early 2014, the Z3. The idea behind the branding of these...

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