How Durable: DTEK50 Put To The Test

Remember the YouTuber who first tested the Privs' durability, so far as to bend it in half? Well, he's back at it again in a new video, where he fully tests the first in BlackBerry's DTEK series of smartphones -- the DTEK50.

"Its time to test one of the newest phones from BlackBerry DTEK 50. Kind of a weird name, but a phone that definitely feels good coming out of the box. Will this android smartphone hold up to the standardized durability tests set ...

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BlackBerry to Announce Third Quarter Fiscal 2017 Results on Tuesday December 20th, 2016

WATERLOO, ONTARIO--(Dec. 6, 2016) - BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB) will be reporting results for the third quarter of fiscal 2017 on December 20, 2016. A conference call and live webcast will be held beginning at 8 am ET, which can be accessed by dialing 1-844-309-0607 or by logging on at http://ca.blackberry.com/company/investors/events.html.

A replay of the conference call will also be available at approximately 11 am ET by dialing 1-855-859-2056 or 1-404-537-3406 and entering Conference ID #18826550 ...

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Clearing The Air: Five Things Everyone Needs To Know About The New BlackBerry

With BlackBerry getting deeper into their commitment of being a Software focused company, producing announcements like BlackBerry Secure; there's bound to be a fact-check or two coming from the Inside Blogs.

This week, Nicholas Greene provided a Clearing The Air: Five Things Everyone Needs To Know About The New BlackBerry article that is definitely worth a read.

What's the Five Things? We have them condensed below - but be sure to head to the original article and read the whole post, and don't ...

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WatchDox To BlackBerry Workspaces: Building More Secure File Sharing

Based on the new BlackBerry Secure platform, WatchDox will now be known as BlackBerry Workspaces going forward into 2017. But an updated interface and logo isn't the only thing to pay attention to, there's new features that are being added - furthering the acquisitioned company as one of (if not THE) most secure file sharing offerings currently available.

"BlackBerry Secure is one of the tangible representations of our transition to a software-focused company" and the Workspaces transition is merely one cog in this ...

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BlackBerry UEM: Securing Your Enterprise from a Single Console

UEM is something BlackBerry calls An Evolutionary Step in Endpoint Management. BlackBerry UEM converges device, application, and content management for connected mobile devices with a single management console for laptops and desktops.

It also supports all the major mobile platforms, like BlackBerry 10, Android (Android for Work & Samsung Knox), iOS, Windows 10 and OSX.

Easily stated, the UEM is BlackBerry's answer to a simplified and unified foundation for their suites and standalone software offerings. It's a single platform that allows you to ...

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BlackBerry Unveils Comprehensive Mobile-Security Platform for the Enterprise of Things

BlackBerry just announced a new platform for their Enterprise Of Things approach to the business world. This new mobility platform is the driving foundation for a unified experience as companies move to secure communications and productivity in the new age of technology and connectivity.

Essentially, the move brings the companies key acquisitons and BES12 into one mobility management offering, meaning that Good Technology, WatchDox, AtHoc and Encription will be provided under a unified title - BlackBerry Secure. In BlackBerry's words, It helps companies manage and secure ...

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BlackBerry Priv Now $599 CAD

Shortly after a year on the market, BlackBerry offered their biggest discount on the Priv, at $399 instead of the usual $899 CAD this past November.

Now, BlackBerry has decided to permanently place the handsets Canadian price at $599 Unlocked via ShopBlackBerry. A price that it should have arguably launched at, had production costs and margins not been as intense. If you're still looking to scoop up a Priv even cheaper than this, head over to Amazon - where the device is being sold at ...

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BlackBerry Mercury Spotted In The Wild

After months of waiting, we finally have our first images of the next in-house designed BlackBerry - the DTEK70 (allegedly).

If you aren't familiar, which we find unlikely, the handset pictured below is said to be the last QWERTY device BlackBerry will release based on internal designs; rather than the outsourced DTEK50 and DTEK60 devices. A Weibo user posted two images of the device earlier today, which we enhanced (a pinch) in order to spot the keyboard a little bit better.

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