Will Blackberry Vienna be better than its predecessor, the Blackberry Priv?
Blackberry's first Android phone, the Blackberry Priv, was the company's answer to the diving sales of its devices for the past years. But is the Blackberry Priv really the phone all Blackberry fans have been waiting for?
BlackBerry fans could be in for some good news as the mobile phone manufacturer is rumored to release an Android slider handset.
Can the Android-powered "Venice" help BlackBerry rise to the top?
Laura Vanessa Nunes, a 39-year-old, South-African passport holder who was able to obtain a tourist visa in Dubai, jumped to her death from the viewing deck of the tower located on the 148th floor.
Should BlackBerry maintain its independence?
You may have heard about the results -- but there's one other flagship that looks to beat everything else around.
BlackBerry provides extended warranty to its latest smartphones.
Samsung's 2014 flagship knocked all the other smartphones, according to a recent report.
BlackBerry's newest smartphone brings back traditional keypads -- while maintaining a square, touchscreen display.
Though not without its ardent supporters, consumers have known for a long time that the once-popular brand is in critical need of a jump start. And that is what the company is looking to do with the BlackBerry Passport.
In Japan, the top two smartphone operating system are by Apple and Google, respectively, while Microsoft's shown to struggle.
Apple and Samsung smartphones continued to be the popular choice for U.S. consumers as data for the fourth quarter of 2013 was released.
Microsoft's Windows Phone finally entered double-digit figures with the latest smartphone operating system market share among the top five European markets, or EU5.
Haiti chose former Senate leader Jocelerme Privert as its provisional president a week after President Michel Martelly stepped down from office.
The oil glut crisis has gotten worse as Iran is trying to flood the market even more with its plan to export big amounts of oil to other countries
The army chief of staff in North Korea has reportedly been executed due to corruption allegations.