John Chen, who is also the CEO of BlackBerry has decided to put an end to leaking information about new products the company is preparing. As stated in his post, he understands the need for users to know at all times what is going on in the company, and that the devices are in preparation, but they briefly applied too much damage and it must be stopped.
The White House and U.S. President Obama will reportedly soon replace their existing Blackberry devices with alternative solutions based on Android. If the decision proves true it will give another blow to the Canadian company that is already in serious financial problems.
According to research firm comScore, which refers to the state of the market in January of this year, Windows Phone is the third mobile platform in the U.S. It 's another marketing company that has confirmed third place for Microsoft's mobile operating system after IDC who did it back in May of 2013.
According to information acquired by the website N4BB latest Blackberry that is being developed under the code name of Jakarta will belong to the low end devices. N4BB has released specifications for a future phone that they claim to be official. According to them, the BlackBerry Jakarta has a 5 inch qHD screen with a resolution of 540x960 pixels, 1.5 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory and is powered by a dual-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz.
After all the bad decisions of the previous administration, the new BlackBerry's CEO John Chen, came up to with the conclusion that the price of their phones could be their main problem. He said for CNBC that their smartphones have a high retail price comparing to the competition, which results in a disappointing sales and constant losses.
Having reported a quarterly loss of $ 4.4 billion, the BlackBerry has realized that the time has come to reduce the payments in the 2014.
It was recently reported that a new transitional BlackBerry's CEO is John Chen. It is now known how many millions it takes to take one of the currently most difficult jobs in the industry with regard to the situation in the BlackBerry.
Google's store for Android applications might appear on BlackBerry OS 10.2.1. Information comes from the CrackBerry forums on which Google Play is displayed on the BlackBerry Z10 device.
BlackBerry is in trouble, and the company has received an offer for the acquisition from Fairfax Financial. However, a transaction worth $4.7 billion is still far from being achieved, and the BlackBerry has an alternative plan.
Gartner, a leading IT research firm issued an analysis of the company's BlackBerry. They recommended to all BlackBerry enterprise users, to find an alternative devices and service within six months. Recommendation comes a few days after the BlackBerry has announced details of a poor handset sales and expected losses of $965 million in the second quarter of this year.