RIM loses yet another major federal client.
Allergy sufferers beware - Blackberry phones may be worse for your health than an iPhone or Android phone.
The Pentagon has decided to roll out Android phones and iPhones to its more than 100,000 employees.
Not that it should surprise anyone, but Apple is now officially ranked as the second most powerful brand in the world.
With impeccable timing, BlackBerry email and messaging services are down for many users across Europe, the Middle East and Africa - on the day that the iPhone 5 launches.
Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer is giving every staffer at the company an early Christmas present - an iPhone 5, or other smartphone.
Pretty soon you won't be able to find any region where Blackberry owns the smartphone market.
Although it seems impossible to comprehend, the mobile phone market has shrunk slightly compared to last year.
Samsung is not at all considering a play in the Blackberry market.
Research in Motion will launch its 4G LTE-powered tablet on August 9.
Handsets powered by Google’s popular Android operating system have apparently lost some ground to Apple’s iPhone in the lucrative US smartphone space.
The next version of RIM's mobile operating system is getting a feature that might look familiar to iPhone owners.
As if it wasn't having a bad enough time already, RIM's been ordered to pay out $147.2 million in damages to Mformation Technologies over patents related to the remote management of wireless devices.
Google's mobile Android operating system continues to dominate the smartphone market, claiming a whopping 51.8% of the lucrative space in June 2012.
Here's a stroke of good Blackberry news for a change.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is reportedly mulling over the possibility of splitting its struggling business into two distinct entities.
A recent survey conducted by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster seems to confirm that mobile developers prefer coding apps for iOS.
Smartphone shipments increased 41% year-over-year to 144.6 million as of the quarter ending March 2012.
Apple's wildly popular iPad is set to once again increase its market share at the expense of Android tablets.
You know what would make the Blackberry Playbook be, well, not so terrible?