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BlackBerry Priv confirmed by company CEO, will focus on privacy

The CEO of #BlackBerry, John Chen has officially confirmed plans to release an #Android powered handset. Only yesterday, we learnt that the device would be known as the #Priv which he managed to confirm as well. As expected, the name is based on the privacy features that BlackBerry is planning to bundle with the device. Chen said

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Upcoming BlackBerry Android handset could be called the ‘Priv’

We have heard the name #BlackBerry Venice multiple times now. This is supposed to be BlackBerry’s official foray into the #Android world and has understandably created quite a lot of buzz on social media. According to a new leak, the smartphone will not be known as the Venice during launch but will instead be called

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BlackBerry Venice now part of new hands-on video

The #BlackBerry #Venice handset went through an extensive leak a few days ago. The device has made an appearance yet again, but in a video this time. Much like the previous leak, this here gives us an excellent real world glimpse of the device and tells us what to expect in terms of design as

More images of the BlackBerry Venice out in the wild

The #BlackBerryVenice is really not a secret anymore with extensive leaks and even a couple of videos giving us a very good look of the device. Today’s leak however, puts everything else on the backseat as it is easily the best hands-on images we’ve seen of the device. Here we can see how the smartphone

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New images of the Android powered BlackBerry Venice leak out

#BlackBerry as we all know is all set for the unveiling of the #Venice flagship, running #Android #Lollipop. A new leak is now giving us a more detailed look of the handset, revealing a design identical to the BlackBerry Passport from last year. It’s quite clear at this point that the onboard keyboard will be one

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[Video] BlackBerry Venice with Android Lollipop shown off

We recently came across a very short video of the #BlackBerry #Venice which showed off the design of the handset. The upcoming BlackBerry smartphone with #Android #Lollipop has now received hands-on treatment ahead of the smartphone’s release. The device is exactly as we saw in the renders and leaks, telling us that this is indeed the

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[Video] Design of the Android powered BlackBerry Venice shown off

The #BlackBerry #Venice smartphone is set to be the company’s very first #Android powered smartphone, which isn’t a secret in the tech industry anymore. We’ve already seen the smartphone leaking out in pictures along with a November release timeframe being pitched, but today we’re getting an even closer look of the smartphone thanks to a new

BlackBerry Venice said to be BlackBerry’s Android phone, headed to AT&T

Microsoft and Nokia tried their hand at making Android phones, but the two companies had a good reason: courting users to Microsoft’s online and software services from Google’s. BlackBerry doesn’t have any popular app or service except BlackBerry Messenger, but it was rumored recently that the flailing company would not hold back from making an Android

Five reasons why we need BlackBerry on the Android team

The rumor is not new. In some shape or form, we’ve been expecting BlackBerry to reach to the dark Google side for salvation for several years now. It seems to be the Canadians’ only shot at a hardware business revival of sorts, and by extension, the company’s survival as a whole. Granted, John Chen could