Blackberry, Samsung deny takeover report Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry's shares jumped then fell back amid rumors of takeover talks with South Korea's Samsung.
BlackBerry gets OK to buy encryptors of Merkel's mobile Germany said Friday it had approved Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry's purchase of data encryption firm Secusmart.
Luxury groups Burberry, Mulberry shaken by outlooks British luxury handbag maker Burberry warned over its outlook, as smaller rival Mulberry issued a profit warning against a background of global growth strains
BlackBerry launching cheaper phone with bigger screen BlackBerry is set to unveil its latest smartphone Wednesday, in a move aimed at reviving the fortunes of the struggling Canadian tech group.
BlackBerry posts fresh losses, but sees upside BlackBerry reported fresh losses Friday but offered some reasons for optimism as the smartphone maker struggles to escape from a death spiral.
EU ready to plug in to 'universal' mobile phone charger The European Union took another step towards the mandatory introduction of a common mobile phone charger, which could power-up all makes of handsets.
BlackBerry shares lifted by big Pentagon contract BlackBerry shares leapt more than nine percent Tuesday as the troubled Canadian smartphone maker got a boost from news of contract to supply the US military with 80,000 new handsets.
Blackberry sues company for violating keyboard patent Blackberry Ltd. said Friday it had filed a suit in a California court against Los Angeles firm Typo Products for violating its patents with a Blackberry-like keyboard made for Apple's iPhone.
Ailing BlackBerry agrees to $4.7 billion buyout Tech pioneer BlackBerry made a last roll of the dice Monday and agreed to a probable $4.7 billion buyout by a consortium planning to take the struggling smartphone maker private.
BlackBerry shares plunge on weak results, sales BlackBerry on Friday posted an unexpected first quarter loss and disappointing sales figures for its new smartphones.
BlackBerry shows signs of life in transition quarter Showing signs of fresh life, smartphone maker BlackBerry eked out a small profit in a transition quarter in the midst of its rollout of a make-or-break platform to challenge Apple and Android.
BlackBerry to withdraw from Japan: reports Troubled smartphone maker BlackBerry will not launch its new models in Japan, reports said Friday, effectively heralding a pull-out from a booming smartphone market where it is being beaten by Apple.
Pentagon to end exclusive deal with RIM's Blackberry The Pentagon will no longer retain an exclusive contract with Blackberry maker Research in Motion and has invited companies such as Apple to offer smart phones to its vast work force.