BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s new cloud-based EMM solution is officially available today. Announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this month,
LG is offering a free Virtual Reality (VR) headset to consumers who purchase new LG G3 smartphones at participating stores in the United States.
BlackBerry has made the decision to end of life the BlackBerry App Generator as part of their shift in strategic focus to serve the needs of enterprise customers. As such, no new applications will be accepted via the BlackBerry App Generator.
IBM has announced that it will create a new Internet of Things unit and invest $3 billion over four years to build it out.
LG has started sending press invites for the launch of its next flagship G series smartphone next month. The tagline is "See the Great. Feel the Great," with the "G" rendered as the logo used for the company's G series phones.
WhatsApp users have been eagerly awaiting the call feature and it is finally here for everyone on Android. WhatsApp started rolling out voice calling feature for Android users earlier this year.
BlackBerry have released an update to the BBM for Windows Phone Beta. The update brings BBM for Windows Phone Beta to version 126.96.36.199 and brings access to BBM Channels to Windows phone users.
Back in October of last year, BlackBerry introduced timed and retracted messages with BBM and at the time, noted they would be premium features that were to be available for free without restriction for three months.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) has released a new forecast that reveals the expected wearable device shipments in this year as 45.7 million unit, up 133.4% from the 19.6 million units shipped in 2014.
Morgan Stanley reissued their underweight rating on shares of BlackBerry in a research report released on Monday morning. Morgan Stanley currently has a $7.00 price objective on the stock.
Back in March at Mobile World Congress (MWC), LG unveiled a new line of mid-range handsets Ã¢â‚¬â€¢ Magna, Spirit, Leon and Joy. LG have today kicked off the global rollout of all four smartphones, starting in South America to be followed closely by Europe, Asia, Middle East Africa and North America.