Pakistan to ban BlackBerry’s enterprise services due to “security reasons”

Pakistan has ordered the country’s mobile operators to shut down BlackBerry’s secure messaging service by the end of November for “security reasons”. The Ministry of Interior has directed to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to block BlackBerry’s secure Enterprise Services …

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BlackBerry CEO urges app neutrality

John Chen, the CEO of BlackBerry (pictured), claimed that some big names are going against the spirit of net neutrality with their approach to mobile apps and content. “Unfortunately, not all content and applications providers have embraced openness and neutrality,” Chen wrote …

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BlackBerry takes BBM to Android Wear

LIVE FROM CES 2015: BlackBerry announced it will extend BBM to support Android Wear-based smartwatches, as the company also provided an update on its recent efforts with the messaging service. The app for wearables will enable users to receive alerts …

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