"Venice" runs Android and has an old school QWERTY slider keyboard. Returning to its roots and turning to Google's dominant OS could spell comeback for BlackBerry.
2015 may be the first year in quite some time that positive headlines are associated with the once behemoth mobile handset maker known as BlackBerry (formerly, the once great, lovable RIM). Today new CEO John Chen focused heavily on one key thing during the company's quarterly call. I just want to say...
BBM is coming to Android and iOS. But the market for messaging services is far more competitive. There's at least one reason why BBM could succeed.
Microsoft continues to remain relevant, and took third place once again in the U.S. with 4.7% of all smartphone sales.
If investors are concerned about growth at Apple, an iWatch, with the potential for 60% margins, could be the answer.
BlackBerry will face stiff competition. $199 on Verizon currently buys the well-reviewed HTC Droid DNA featuring Android Jelly Bean and a 5-inch HD display, or the Apple iPhone 5.
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