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Blackberry may have another chance at survival

Back in February we heard that TCL were no longer going to produce Blackberry devices. Many in the tech world believed this may be the final nail in the Blackberry coffin. According...

TCL will no longer sell Blackberry phones — Is that it for Blackberry?

Blackberry was once an extremely successful company but went downhill fast. In 2016 Blackberry licensed their name to TCL for TCL to make and sell Blackberry phones. In a statement today that...

BlackBerry Mobile is launching the KEY2 and KEY2 LE here in Australia

TCL Alcatel has announced that it will be launching the BlackBerry KEY2 and KEY2 LE in Australia via Amazon Australia’s website starting from today. The KEY2 and KEY2 LE, which were originally launched mid last...

BBM says goodbye to their users, closing the consumer service in May

In its heyday, BBM (Blackberry Messenger) was of the standing that Whatsapp, Telegram, WeChat and Facebook Messenger hold currently. Sadly for their remaining users though, they’ve announced the sunsetting of the consumer messaging service...

Alcatel celebrates 2018 and looks to 2019, including a deeper connection to the Rabbitohs

Alcatel's sponsorship of the South Sydney Rabbitohs is a key component of its involvement with sport and youth community events. In 2019, you can expect to see the company's logo front and centre a...

BlackBerry announce the Key 2 LE

With BlackBerry sliding back into the Android market in a big way at MWC 2017, the team at TCL Communication have continued their careful, respectful and deliberate stewardship of the BlackBerry brand with the...

Blackberry KEY2 specs leak following yesterday’s renders

Just yesterday we saw some official renders of the next Blackberry flagship, the KEY2, leaked by EvLeaks. Today our favourite leaker is at it again revealing the list of the specs for the...

Blackberry KEY2 teased in official YouTube video, coming June 7

The Blackberry KeyOne was well received by those who used it and now the second re-incarnation of the famous Blackberry name is about to arrive in the Key2. Blackberry Mobile have today posted...

BlackBerry takes Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram to court over messaging patents

BlackBerry Limited, the now very-reduced Canadian business enterprise software company is taking Facebook and its subsidiaries, WhatsApp and Instagram, to court in a case where BlackBerry alleges Facebook (and its subsidiaries) infringe on its...

Updated BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition available today from JB Hi-Fi for $899

For a little while now, if you were looking for a BlackBerry KEYone in Australia you'd be out of luck. TCL's first BlackBerry-branded handset sold out and is no longer available. And they couldn't...

Blackberry Motion announced at GITEX Technology Week

The TCL made Blackberry Motion has been officially announced overnight, with Blackberry unveiling the device during GITEX Technology Week, a technology event held in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. The handset has been...

Say hello to the new Blackberry Motion

Blackberry are continuing their attempt at a resurgence on the back of Android. The KEYone was well received in the review we did earlier this year and now a render has leaked of...

Possible Blackberry ‘Krypton’ shows up in the wild

Blackberry fans can take solace knowing there's more handsets coming from TCL, the maker of Blackberry branded handsets these days. The next one we could see is the Blackberry Krypton as it's known, with...

BlackBerry confirm the KEYone Black Edition is coming to Australia

Earlier today at IFA in Berlin TCL announced the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition, and it's coming to Australia. The Black Edition is being billed as the second BlackBerry device from TCL since they took...

Blackberry KEYone now officially on sale in Australia

Yesterday we released our review of the Blackberry KEYone Android phone, and today JB HiFi has notified us that it is now officially available for sale. The KEYone was originally announced for preorder via...

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