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The Canadian smartphone company says in a blog post that it will continue to operate in Pakistan until Dec. 30 as a result
Shares of BlackBerry soared Wednesday after a news report that South Korea’s Samsung has approached the smartphone maker
BlackBerry shares jumped 8 per cent in trading Monday after an unconfirmed report indicated Chinese computer giant Lenovo
NSA spying may be a hot topic of conversation in North America, but in Germany it’s a top-shelf political issue, one on which
It isn’t err’day that a major rapper makes, um, headlines with the news that they are about to be brand ambassador for struggling
BlackBerry stock has been on a tear in recent days, pushed up in part by the announcement of a massive contract from the
As if BlackBerry needed more bad publicity, along comes a new test suggesting users of the Canadian company’s smartphones
Smartphone maker BlackBerry’s “life span appears threatened” if it continues to burn through cash at the current rate, the
Add another to the growing list of BlackBerry’s bad decisions. Pop sensation Justin Bieber offered to be a brand ambassador