John Chen offered up a video preview of the BlackBerry Priv today, after the device was made official during BlackBerry’s earnings call.
John Chen will be present at this year’s Re/code event. Code/Mobile will be held on October 7-9 in California at the Ritz-Carlton.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said that BlackBerry devices need more applications during a discussion at the Churchill Club in Palo Alto, California. He pointed out that Amazon’s app store was not sufficient, saying how new partnerships must be made.
Once again, John Chen has reassured the public that the company is not for sale and won’t be anytime soon, not until the BlackBerry shareholders receive their fair value in what the company truly has.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has finally decided to join Twitter, a day after T-Mobile and BlackBerry get back together to bring the BlackBerry Classic to T-Mobile. T-Mobile CEO John Legere tweeted yesterday sporting a BlackBerry T-shirt and holding a BlackBerry […]
In a sit-down interview with CNN Money, John Chen expressed his open door policy in regard to a collaboration with smartphone rival, Apple – maker of the iPhone.