Though it doesn't actually have an official name, the Mercury is real — and BlackBerry Mobile is hoping its the first step in rebuilding the BlackBerry brand for smartphones.
In the lead up to CES 2017, BlackBerry QNX let it be known the show would be big for them and they're already off to great start.
BlackBerry announced that it is getting out of the hardware business. But that doesn't mean it's going to stop selling you its own phones.
A leaked render of BlackBerry's upcoming Venice slider phone shows the device running Lollipop, instead of BlackBerry's own BlackBerry 10 OS.
BlackBerry is reportedly considering a switch to Android for an upcoming smartphone—a radical move that could indicate a larger strategy shift away from BlackBerry 10.
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