Loss-making BlackBerry Ltd is expecting its recently-announced acquisition of crisis communications solution provider AtHoc Ltd to play a significant role in its return to profitability, Goh Thean Eu reports from the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
BlackBerry may no longer be a mobile powerhouse but it plans to remain relevant and lead the mobile enterprise security market – through organic growth and acquisitions, as well as an increasing focus on the IoT, Goh Thean Eu reports from the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
A list of the two dozen or so new smartphones unveiled at MWC 2015 this past week, that would most likely hit this part of the world at some point this year (but may ship to other regions earlier).
DNA contributing editor Keith Liu runs the BlackBerry Classic through its paces. Summary: An essential upgrade for BlackBerry users. For everyone else, the BlackBerry Classic is a retro-inspired curiosity.
The future success of BlackBerry hinges on the take-up of BES12, writes Keith Liu.
Security threats to mobile and residential devices and attacks on communications networks rose in 2014, threatening personal and corporate privacy and information.
New Passport device marks once-floundering company’s strongest play yet Singapore key as other SEA markets look to regional hub as business role model
BlackBerry Ltd has introduced its new BlackBerry Z3 smartphone to Malaysia, saying it would be available to customers from July 7 through authorised partners.
Admits it has been 'passive' in growing enterprise space Financial results show yet another quarter in decline
Loss-making smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd believes its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES 10) platform could be one of the keys to turn its fortune around.