Embattled smartphone maker feeling better but says 'no margin for error' in turnaround plan
CEO Chen compares Apple and IBM with "dancing elephants" as it hints at similar agreement for BlackBerry
Smartphone vendor has announced that its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) will be managed by selected partners rather than in-house
Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry claims ‘it is hip to be square’
Addressing the single most frustrating aspect of clinging to the faded mobile star that is BlackBerry, the company on Wednesday confirmed it’s opening the catalog of Android applications from Amazon to BBerry users.
The perfect secure messaging app probably hasn’t been built yet, but give John McAfee credit for turning our attention to an area of real concern for channel partners and their clients.
An online betting firm has opened a book on the make of Obama's next phone following -rumors he is getting ready to ditch his beloved BlackBerry.
The struggling mobile platform and smartphone maker parts ways with Grammy-winning creative director Alicia Keys as it tries to shift back to more staid enterprise and government efforts.
The deadline for troubled smartphone and mobile platform maker BlackBerry to find a suitor has come and gone with no deal, and company will now soldier on by raising $1 billion in new funding on its own.
In a move that can only be described as curious, Chinese IT vendor Lenovo Group Ltd. this week went Hollywood, tapping well known actor Ashton Kutcher as its newest product engineer.
Palo Alto ventures away from its sweet spot in enterprise security with the launch of Traps, a complementary technology that safeguards endpoints from malware. The new product shows how endpoint security is shifting from traditional antivirus technologies.
The latest vendor exec. to sit in the Channelnomics hot seat is Symantec's marketing vice president for North America
The latest vendor to brave the Channelnomics Q&A is Bloxx' U.S. channel manager James Perry
IBM is making its Watson cognitive computing platform more available to businesses of all sizes, with the intent of helping more companies tap the power of natural-language and predictive analytics. The program complements ongoing efforts to develop a Watson channel.