Biggest-ever acquisition for BlackBerry reflects shift towards security software and services
Judgement is binding and, hence, Qualcomm won't be able to appeal against it
Iconic name in mobile devices to rely on third-parties to make BlackBerry branded devices
Apple's attitude "disturbing", but encryption "back doors" are a bad idea too, claims Chen
BlackBerry's push into Android will nevertheless continue
Redundancies come as CEO John Chen chews over the future of BlackBerry's handset business
...unless the company fails to sell enough Privs, in which case it may be the end for BlackBerry smartphones
$425m deal comes despite previous dismissive comments about BlackBerry from Good Technology CEO Chrissy Wyatt
BlackBerry to launch Android device with retractable keyboard in November, according to reports
BlackBerry chases corporate market with low-cost, long-battery life Leap smartphone
"We listened closely to our customers' feedback to ensure we are delivering the technologies to power them through their day,' says CEO John Chen
Techies behaving badly and Brazilians standing up to bullies. It's all here folks
One year on from taking over smartphone firm, BlackBerry CEO John Chen believes the worst is over
BlackBerry arrests its decline as sales increase sequentially in the second quarter, according to IDC
Over three million square feet of Canadian real estate will be sold to "improve operational efficiencies"
"If there's a dollar I need to spend between the consumer space and the enterprise space I'll spend it on the enterprise space," says John Chen.
First Foxconn-partnership smartphone, code-named Jakarta, to come out in April 2014 instead
BlackBerry hints at revenue recognition issues over devices sold before John Chen became CEO
Open letter from new BlackBerry CEO John Chen tells customers: "We're going back to our heritage and roots"
Reshuffle marks John Chen's first major move in new role as BlackBerry CEO
BlackBerry backtracks on privatisation plan and opts for $1bn debt sale instead