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Confirmed: BlackBerry PRIV Will Not Receive Android Nougat Update

09/10/2017, If there is one reassuring thing that iPhone users can expect from Apple, it is in the form of software updates for major releases. Take for example the upcoming iOS 11 which will actually support devices as old the iPhone 5s which was released four years...

BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition Launch Confirmed

09/03/2017, #IFA2017 – The BlackBerry KEYOne Black Edition was recently launched as an exclusive in India. It was confirmed several weeks later that AT&T will be carrying this handset exclusively in the United States, Prior to that, Sprint was the only...

The Next BlackBerry Smartphone Will Be Water-Resistant

08/30/2017, Recently it has been confirmed that TCL will be launching a new BlackBerry smartphone, and that unlike the previous BlackBerry phones that were launched, this model is expected to be a full screen handset, as opposed to earlier BlackBerry phones that also...


New All Touchscreen BlackBerry Due This October

08/29/2017, #IFA2017 – BlackBerry is no longer manufacturing smartphones on its own. It has licensed its brand to China-based TCL which is now making BB-branded smartphones. The first result of this collaboration was the BlackBerry KEYOne and now the two...

BlackBerry Android ROM May Soon Be Licensed To Other OEMs

08/27/2017, Your next Android smartphone might be powered by an Android ROM developed by BlackBerry. According to a new report, the company is thinking about licensing its secure version of Android to other smartphone manufacturers. What this means is that the...

BlackBerry KEYone Will Receive Update To Android 8.0 Oreo

08/22/2017, Yesterday Google officially took the wraps off their latest Android update and unveiled to the world Android 8.0 Oreo. While the update is expected to find its way to Nexus and Pixel devices, the question is for non-Google devices, when and will they...

Sprint To Address BlackBerry KEYone Bloatware Bug

08/18/2017, Carriers usually have a very bad habit of loading their phones up with apps, also known as bloatware. We suppose that for the most part, the intentions are good in which these apps are designed to provide certain services to users right out of the box,...

Sprint Launches BlackBerry KEYOne

07/16/2017, BlackBerry started selling the TCL-manufactured KEYOne in the United States several weeks ago. It has been selling the unlocked and off-contract variant of this handset so far. It was recently reported that Sprint might become the first carrier in the...

Sprint May Launch BlackBerry KEYOne Soon

07/13/2017, BlackBerry’s latest handset might soon be available from Sprint. You may recall that the company has given the exclusive manufacturing rights to TCL. China-based TCL is now manufacturing smartphones and selling them under BlackBerry’s brand....

BlackBerry KEYOne Units With Strengthened Displays Out Now

07/10/2017, The BlackBerry KEYOne is the first proper smartphone that TCL has made ever since it was made the exclusive manufacturing partner for the Canadian company. BlackBerry is no longer making its own handsets, TCL is doing that and it’s using the...

Evernote Discontinues Support For BlackBerry And Windows Phone

06/27/2017, If we were to turn back the clock maybe 5 years ago, the mobile landscape looks very different compared to today. Back then iOS and Android were still very dominant, but there were attempts by BlackBerry and Microsoft and even Nokia to try and make their...

New BlackBerry Phone Might Feature Snapdragon 625 Processor

06/22/2017, You may recall that BlackBerry has decided to no longer make smartphones on its own. What the company has done is license its iconic brand to China-based TCL which will now manufacture and sell BB-branded handsets. The BlackBerry KEYOne is the first...

WhatsApp Extends Support For BlackBerry & Nokia Devices

06/20/2017, As you might have heard, about a week ago WhatsApp reminded some of its legacy BlackBerry and Nokia users that support for the app would be ending on the 30th of June. Now we can only imagine that the number of users on these older platforms probably...