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TORONTO – BlackBerry embarks on a crucial stage in its recovery plan Wednesday with the expected launch of its Passport smartphone and more details on the company’s future direction.
A quick look at BlackBerry’s financial statement confirms the tale of a company trying to shrink its way to profitability
The smartphone giant turned a $23-million profit in Q1
Command keys are coming back to the BlackBerry keyboard. Welcome to 2008.
With Candy Crush Saga on track to generate more revenue than BlackBerry, the mobile gaming market is booming
TORONTO – BlackBerry has launched a new feature that it can boast even the latest iPhones don’t have: FM radio.
A new version of the BlackBerry 10 operating system, which
WATERLOO, Ont. – BlackBerry is selling the majority of its commercial real estate holdings in Canada, but the struggling smartphone maker refused Tuesday to say how much it expects to
TORONTO – BlackBerry (TSX:BB) shares rose more than eight per cent Monday, after the smartphone company received a vote of confidence from the U.S. Department of Defense.
The government agency
TORONTO – Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. (TSX:FFH) is showing increased confidence in the future of BlackBerry Ltd. by purchasing another US$250 million of convertible debt in the smartphone maker.
The country’s fragile recovery extends into 2014
TORONTO – For car lovers, there is just something about a revving engine that gets the blood moving faster.
Now automakers can capitalize on that feeling by teaming with a