BBM, short for Blackberry Messenger, was once an exclusive feature for Blackberry phones, allowing users to send messages amongst themselves without counting against their texting plans.
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While layoff rumors fly, BlackBerry is moving ahead with plans to roll out its popular BBM messaging service to Android and iPhone devices.
BlackBerry continues to expand its support for Android and iOS with Secure Work Space, which separates work and personal apps and data, as the company tries to hold on to enterprise users by becoming more platform neutral.
A new poll from Pew finds that 56% of American adults now own smartphones. A variety of other demographic findings may surprise you.
Not a good one, but an ideas guy.
During the BlackBerry Live conference, the company announced plans to make BBM available as a free app on Android and iOS this summer.
BlackBerry's CEO made some goofy comments. But what else was he gonna do?
Some day, when people ask Apple why it offered up a multi-billion dollar bond, it'll tell people it was young and needed the money. Of course, if you believe one competitor's CEO, that's because Cupertino's tablet business is going belly up sooner rather than later. And it's time for the latest edition of "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Sponsored Tweeting!"