BlackBerry Drops The Price Of The Android-Powered Priv By $50 ($650) - Price Also Dropped In The UK And Europe - Android Police

The BlackBerry Priv is nice. It really is! As the company's first full Android device it's impressive, and it's a downright godsend for all those users who've been starved for a high-end phone with a physical keyboard since the DROID 4 came out four ...

BlackBerry Smartphones Have Been Dead for Years - TechSpective

CEOs have come and gone–falling gracefully with massive golden parachutes–while BlackBerry itself has been in virtual freefall for years. The company stubbornly insists on manufacturing new smartphones despite years of history and mountains of evidence ...

BlackBerry Priv Price Cut Permanently - Ubergizmo

BlackBerry launched its first Android-powered smartphone last year. The most recently fiscal quarter results revealed that sales of the BlackBerry Priv missed expectations. The company isn't giving up on its hardware business yet and in a bid to ...

Blackberry Priv is Even More Dead than Apple iPhone SE - Clapway

In an attempt to once again become relevant, Blackberry took a major gamble with Android. Based on their fiscal fourth quarter results, that gamble hasn't exactly paid off. The Priv smartphone was good in theory, but unfortunately, the Canadian company ...

Privacy is your Privilege - Jamaica Observer

The Blackberry Priv is a late arrival to the Google Android party and is the company's first offering that brings incredible new features to the Android operating system (OS). Connecting and sharing is easier than it has ever been. The trusted business ...

Some BBM premium features now free - Android Authority (blog)

If someone were to shoot a montage of the corporate history of BlackBerry, it would almost have to be overscored by “The Times They are A-Changin'” by Bob Dylan. The company has been struggling to assert and adapt its identity ever since touchscreen ...