Blackberry, News, RIM

Alicia Keys is no longer Creative Director for Blackberry

We’re a couple days late with reporting this but hey, it’s Blackberry News! As you probably already know, last year in late January, the Canadian company appointed popular singer/artist Alicia Keys as the company’s “global creative director.” Earlier this week, less than a year later, the company announced that the partnership is now over. Keys

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Blackberry, Featured, RIM

BlackBerry Z30 Review

BlackBerry has been in high-gear the past 12 months, trying to play catch up with the other Mobile ecosystems, utilising its BB10 platform – pushing towards the new touch-based interactions we expect from smartphones, whilst still trying to retain the signature BlackBerry experience. We have seen the QWERTY based Q10 and Q5, and the all

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Blackberry, News, Nokia, RIM, Windows Phone

Nokia swings at BlackBerry on Twitter

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Nokia has been pretty hilarious on social media recently, and while we’re not huge fans of companies swinging at their rivals, when it’s done with style and for a laugh, I cant help but pass it along. Earlier today, Blackberry’s UK twitter account tweeting something particularly fascinating: Get busy, do what it takes, take charge,

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Blackberry, News, RIM, Rumours

Lenovo is reportedly considering buying Blackberry

Last month, rumors were that Lenovo was considering buying HTC, but today here’s a new report that the Chinese company is considering a purchase of Blackberry, and that the firm has “signed a non-disclosure agreement to look at the smartphone maker’s books.” This comes in from the Wall Street Journal that states that Lenovo is

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Blackberry, News, RIM

BlackBerry receives buyout offer for $4.7 billion

BlackBerry just officially filed a letter of intent with a Canadian holding company called Fairfax Financial, which could possibly lead to it being bought out under private ownership. Blackberry also halted trading of their shares, right after announcing massive layoffs and that it was retreating from the consumer market. The deal is valued around $4.7

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