If you hanker for the days when your smartphone had a 'proper' keyboard, the BlackBerry KeyOne could be just for you
£500 for an Android with a QWERTY keyboard
£499 for TCL-made QWERTY keyboard BlackBerry
Is improving employee IT experience a 'ticked box', or have we put the cart before the horse with customer focus?
Eavesdropped insights from behind the closed doors of the latest Computing IT Leaders Dining Club...
BlackBerry's latest Android phone will be shown off just days before Mobile World Congress opens
BlackBerry crumble complete with TCL smartphone licensing deal
BlackBerry Priv replacement codenamed 'Mercury' tipped for launch in 2017
Still a resistance to invest until it's too late...?
Android now has 88 per cent market share
Leaked images with a physical keyboard firm up DTEK70 rumours - but are the images genuine?
Can the new BlackBerry DTEK60 make up for the disappointment of the DTEK50?
Iconic name in mobile devices to rely on third-parties to make BlackBerry branded devices
BLU accused by BlackBerry of infringing 15 of its 40,000 patents
Blue-screen of death for Microsoft's mobile push as Windows Phone market share falls to 0.6 per cent
Only comfort for Microsoft as Windows Phone slides into irrelevance is that it's still bigger than BlackBerry
Is a bit of extra security on top of Android enough to make the BlackBerry DTEK50 stand out?
BlackBerry shifts further into software with Hub+ on Android and, perhaps, iOS
Apple's car development team to focus on self-driving technology first rather than designing own vehicle
"World's most secure" Android device the first of three new Android smartphones from BlackBerry
Apple's attitude "disturbing", but encryption "back doors" are a bad idea too, claims Chen
BlackBerry's push into Android will nevertheless continue
High-end Priv "too expensive", admits Chen
Firm bolsters its fledgling cyber security division
Redundancies come as CEO John Chen chews over the future of BlackBerry's handset business
British company to be absorbed into Microsoft R&D