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Q and A: The BlackBerry Leap Puts The P in Productivity For This Law Firm Founder

Time is money and none of us have any to waste. Wasted time leads to more stress, less productivity and a slew of other frustrations that we can all relate to. 1,232 more words


BBM Hits 1 Billion Ad Requests Per Day

Earlier this year I wrote about the milestone of hitting 1 billion views in our BBM Shop after only 12 months. In the last four weeks we have… 311 more words

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Beleaguered BlackBerry sharply misses quarterly earnings estimates; plans to make Android phone

”As it struggles with a turnaround, BlackBerry sharply missed quarterly earnings estimates Friday and announced plans to make a smartphone based on the Google Android operating system,” Brian Deagon reports for Investor’s Business Daily. 397 more words


It’s official: BlackBerry will release an Android smartphone

BlackBerry will release an Android-powered smartphone this year, confirmed CEO John Chen during the company’s second quarter fiscal 2016 earnings report.

“This phone is the answer for former BlackBerry users who miss the keyboard, but also need the apps,” said Chen. 302 more words


BlackBerry and Android: Expanding Our World

Originally posted on CNBC

There has been a lot of buzz regarding BlackBerry launching an Android smartphone. For those restraining excitement until rumors became reality – the day has come. 522 more words


BlackBerry Confirms Android Plans, Posts Weaker-Than-Expected Earnings

BlackBerry on Friday confirmed its plans to launch an Android-based handset even as the company reported profit and revenue below what analysts expected.

The company said its latest quarterly loss, excluding certain items, was 13 cents per share on revenue of about $490 million. 320 more words


Q and A: Engineering Prof Gives BlackBerry Passport A+

Remember the hours of reading and writing you had to do in college? Now imagine how much more work your professors had – reams of papers to grade, curriculum to prepare, faculty meetings to attend, new textbooks to vet, and lots and lots of emails, texts and phone messages. 834 more words