It didn’t receive much attention in recent days when the news was first announced, but that isn’t stopping BlackBerry from pushing ahead with the development.
BlackBerry recently inked a deal with T-Mobile US. The objective of the forged partnership is to bring the BlackBerry Classic to the Un-carrier’s Data Strong network and its approximately 57 million individual and business customers.
This new partnership begins by bringing together the productivity and security of the BlackBerry Classic and T-Mobile’s industry-rattling Un-carrier for Business initiative.
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Down but still not out, embattled smartphone maker BlackBerry is back with some good news.
On Thursday, the Canadian communications company finally launched the BlackBerry Leap, which is described as an affordable all-touch smartphone for 4G LTE networks in Canada.
The BlackBerry Leap is designed for consumers and enterprise users who value security and privacy when pushing their productivity to the next level.
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On Tuesday, BlackBerry announced its acquisition of WatchDox, a move designed to further enhance what BlackBerry calls its best-in-class mobile security and give enterprises unmatched control over their files even after data leaves the corporate network.
“WatchDox’s technology will be offered as a value-added service that complements BlackBerry’s Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) portfolio, and will be available with BES12, a multi-OS EMM solution,” BlackBerry explained in an announcement shared with MMW.
Financial terms have not be disclosed at the time of this writing.
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Analysts and investors are eagerly awaiting the next earnings report from BlackBerry.
Fortunately, they won’t have to wait long.
BlackBerry has just announced plans to report results for the year-end and fourth quarter of fiscal 2015 next week.
The earnings release is set for Friday, March 27th.
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As Mobile World Congress 2015 winds to a close today in Barcelona, Spain, the festivities aren’t wrapping up without at least one major headline for BlackBerry.
The embattled Canadian smartphone maker came to MWC to show off its newest mobile hardware.
BlackBerry used its presence in Barcelona to introduce the new BlackBerry Leap smartphone for 4G LTE networks.
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Canada’s mobile communications behemoth BlackBerry is bolstering its mobile security prowess.
As we understand, David Kleidermacher has joined the Company as Chief Security Officer.
According to an announcement from the smartphone maker, Kleidermacher assumes responsibility for the global Product Security organization, leading efforts “to ensure BlackBerry’s continued leadership in secure enterprise mobility.”
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Not happening. No way. Flat out false.
Those are the utterances emerging both publicly and privately from folks at BlackBerry over the last 48 hours since rumors first emerged this week that Samsung is ready to pay more than $7 billion to acquire the mobile communications company.
After Reuters broke the news that sources in-the-know had proof of interest by Samsung in a major merger, BlackBerry was forced to quickly respond. And what did the Canadian smartphone maker say? A spokesperson has gone on record across various media outlets to largely debunk the rumor.
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