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BlackBerry Leap Hands On Video
By Luke Jones on Sunday March 29, 2015

BlackBerry raised the curtain on the BlackBerry Leap, the company's latest smartphone. The Canadian brand has now released a video that shows of the new handset, which comes with new features such as BlackBerry Assistant and BlackBerry Blend, the latter of which lets you view your content from phone to PC.

Blackberry Passport in Sales Slump
By Luke Jones on Monday March 16, 2015

The Blackberry Passport was launched last year and was actually warmly met, with critics praising the device and consumers buying it. The problem Blackberry had was that only fans of the company's products wanted the handset, it was not attracting many newcomers to the brand. There was a danger that the solid early sales would dry up, and it seems that is the case, while it is a similar story with the Blackberry Classic.

Extensive BB 10.3.1 Update Lands on Major Blackberry Devices
By Luke Jones on Friday February 20, 2015

Blackberry is rolling out a major software update in the form of Blackberry 10.3.1 (BB 10.3.1). The upgrade is arriving simultaneously around the globe and is available on a multitude of the company?s current smartphones. If you are rocking a the BlackBerry Passport, BlackBerry Z30, BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Z3, BlackBerry Q10 or the BlackBerry Q5, you can get the update. It is also rolling out to the Porsche Design P'9982 and the Porsche Design P'9983.

AT&T Confirms Blackberry Passport and Classic
By Luke Jones on Monday February 16, 2015

AT&T revealed in January that it would be carrying the Blackberry Passport and the newly launched Blackberry Classic, with the former getting an exclusive redesign for the second largest carrier in the US. Ma Bell has now announced when those devices will be available to purchase, with both available starting from this coming Friday, February 20.

Blackberry CEO John Chen Calls for App Neutrality
By Luke Jones on Thursday January 22, 2015

Net Neutrality is a hot topic right now, but what about app neutrality? Blackberry CEO John Chen has compared the two and thinks that app neutrality would be better for the industry. He issued the plea in an open letter to US senate and President Barack Obama.

AT&T to Carry Redesigned Blackberry Passport
By Luke Jones on Thursday January 08, 2015

Blackberry's Passport has been out in the wild for some time, and it has actually been received positively with good sales figures and strong critical acclaim. However, Blackberry still wants its square screened handset to have more of an impact in the United States, and the newly launched AT&T variant may achieve that.

Blackberry's Christmas Sale on Passport and Z30
By Luke Jones on Friday December 26, 2014

Blackberry has decided to bring a bit of holiday cheer to celebrate the Boxing Day holiday in Canada, by offering a couple of deals to its customers in the United States and Canada. The company is knocking the price down on a couple of its flagship devices, giving potential customers the chance to get the Blackberry Passport and Z30 at a slashed price.

Blackberry Classic Launches, Available on Amazon before Christmas
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

Blackberry has announced its latest smartphone today, the Blackberry Classic, a handset we all knew was coming and what it would be. The device is based off the company's ahem, classic designs such as the Bold and it comes with old school charm and up to date software, features, and security.

Blackberry Defends Passport with 11 Self Deprecating Points
By Luke Jones on Tuesday December 16, 2014

The Canadian company has posted a "humorous" blog on its website entitled "11 things wrong with the BlackBerry Passport," but here's the twist, the things mentioned are actually all the good things about the device. It is meant to be a rib tickling repost to all those people who have hated on the Passport for numerous reasons.

Blackberry (Re) Launches Brick Builder Game
By Luke Jones on Saturday December 13, 2014

Blackberry had a go at the future and found that it has been left behind by Apple and Android, so the Canadian company has decided to turn back the clock. Yes, the Passport marries the best of both worlds, but the new Blackberry Classic is full on old school charm. It has the company's famous QWERTY keyboard and trackpad in tow, a mirror to the successful Bold smartphone.