BlackBerry maker Research in Motion says it would be "plain wrong" for its future models not to have physical keyboards favoured by its users.
Service outages and failure to keep up with the iPhone mean BlackBerry's popularity is waning and its creators have paid the price.
The CEOs of BlackBerry maker Research in Motion have resigned, handing the reins to former Siemens executive Thorsten Heins.
Research in Motion founders, Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis have resigned, paving the way for a change at the helm of the BlackBerry phone maker.
Research In Motion's UK boss has admitted the company was too slow to update customers during the massive disruption to its network last week.
Research In Motion, the company behind BlackBerry, will offer free premium apps to customers as compensation for last week's internet outage.
Under pressure from Apple, and with a clientele furious over a lengthy blackout, the pioneering firm has suffered a startling fall from grace.
The mobile-phone industry is a brutal business. There may be gold in them thar hills, but it can be painful to extract.
BlackBerry users across Europe, the Middle East and Africa were hit with internet service disruptions again after a glitch on Monday.
Millions of BlackBerry users in Africa, Europe and the Middle East have been unable to use their BlackBerry messaging services and email since midday.
Asian phone vendors relying on Google's Android operating system could increase their exposure to rival mobile platforms
RIM once dominated the corporate smartphone market but has been struggling to come up with a device to compete with Apple's iPhone.
The next version of Microsoft's mobile operating system, due in autumn, will power Nokia handsets and claims to have more apps than Blackberry.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer announced on Tuesday Bing search engine and maps would be the default service on BlackBerry devices.
The tablet computer market is heating up with new entrants all the time, but Apple's iPad will remain the top device over the next few years.
Rim is to release the tablet in United States and Canada on April 19. The PlayBook will start at $499 and some features put it ahead of the iPad.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion is ready to allow Indian authorities access to the emails and messages of its corporate customers.
RIM to roll out "world's first professional tablet" from next month, as rivals also make bids to join Apple's iPad in market.
Nine months since the launch of the iPad, 25 days following Samsung's Galaxy Tab, Research In Motion has revealed details of its tablet computer.
India's government on Wednesday said BlackBerry, Google, Skype and other communications providers must set up servers in the country.