The fact that Apple’s in-car software is running atop a QNX platform would be less than newsworthy except for the fact that …
Debuting in Indonesia this April
BlackBerry will release a low-cost phone in Indonesia in April and plans a broader release of a phone that restores a beloved row of control keys with a track pad.
The American Idol host is clearly the struggling company’s biggest problem right now
Blackberry offers little reassurance as private sale implodes.
A struggling BlackBerry marked success for the first time in months thanks to its beloved BBM instant messaging service, which notched 10 million downloads within 24 hours of its app rollout for iOS and Android users.
One of BlackBerry’s most popular features finally finds its way to iPhone and Android as an official app.
You can still buy one in a store. You just can’t walk out with one.
But the platform is still in limbo.
The only thing we know for sure is that BlackBerry’s future is in flux–and that’s not anything new.
Windows Phone and BlackBerry may get the popular apps from the big developers, but these platforms suffer from a lack of long-tail apps — the driving strength for the appeal of iOS and Android.