Kim Komando answers your questions on buying or renting your Internet gear, looking out for Facebook scams, tracking your child's smartphones, and much more.
BlackBerry has officially denied it’s been involved in talks with Samsung over a possible takeover deal.
BlackBerry’s social media team is looking a little silly today after it unwittingly posted a tweet from an iPhone.
BlackBerry and Boeing are teaming up to offer the aerospace company’s ultra-secure ‘spy’ smartphone.
BlackBerry is returning to its roots with a new smartphone called the Classic, featuring a traditional keyboard at a time when rival Apple and Android phones — and most smartphone customers ...
It was a year that was all about that bass, ice bucket challenges and Ebola scares, but 2014 was also a very interesting year in tech.
On Thursday the auto giant announced that it is dumping one of the world's biggest software players, Microsoft, aiming its next in-dash systems at consumers more addicted to smartphones than PCs.
To celebrate the madness that is Black Friday, BlackBerry took off $200 from its latest flagship, the Passport, through Nov. 30. You can now purchase the handset for $500.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has been meeting the CEOs of Xiaomi, Lenovo, and HTC in China, potentially with a view to striking up a partnership in the future, one which would be preferable to a...
BlackBerry's cross-platform messaging app now offers message retraction and Snapchat-like timed messages that vanish after several seconds. The new features are free to try out, but you'll have to...