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30

Nov

2015

The Rise and Fall of Blackberry

James Rosewell, Founder and CEO of 51Degrees looks at the rise and fall (and rise again?) of Blackberry.

Author: Anonym

 A topic close to the heart of many of our readers, the much loved Canadian handset company has experienced some turbulent times in the past few years. There’s no denying that they have made some excellent phones, but they are in the middle of a turnaround at the moment (event T-Mobile US’ John Legere recently said “they’re on the up”) in a bid to regain market share, as well as focus on areas such as security software and device management.

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19

Nov

2015

BlackBerry releases a Smartphone running on Android

This new device was already added to the 51Degrees database

Author: Anonym

Last week our data team added the PRIV BlackBerry into our database. It is the first-ever BlackBerry smartphone to run on Android. According to the manufacturer, this new device brings incredible new features to the Android platform that make sharing ideas and connecting with people faster and easier.

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30

Jul

2015

Is BlackBerry still Relevant?

Vital stats that can help us analyse the possibilities for BlackBerry

Author: Anonym

51Degrees takes a look at the current state of BlackBerry, here are the vital stats that can help us analyse the possibilities for BlackBerry.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Blackberry, Analytics

1

Oct

2014

BlackBerry Passport

Should it be significant to you?

Author: Data Team

On September 24th BlackBerry released their newest smartphone. The device goes by the name of the BlackBerry Passport. It is targeted to business professionals and has an interesting form factor. Find out more here.

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Categories: News

Tags: Blackberry

17

Sep

2014

Latest Premium Update Includes The LG G3S

Device Data Update

Author: Data Team

This week introduces LG 's smartphone G3S D724 that was announced in July 2014 and was released in August 2014.

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3

Sep

2014

Microsoft About To Overtake Blackberry In The UK

Chart Of The Week

In this Chart Of The Week we looked at the change in popularity of Microsoft and BlackBerry devices in the UK in 2013 and 2014. For quite some time UK was considered to be BlackBerry's stronghold in Europe but with all the trouble that company has endured over the past few years this situation is bound to change.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: COTW, Blackberry, Microsoft, UK

8

Nov

2013

Has Windows Phone Smartphone Traffic Share Increased in Europe?

Chart of the Week

Earlier this week Kantar Worldpanel showed that Windows Phone devices now make up 1 in 10 smartphone sales across the five major European markets. This week, 51Degrees takes a look at Windows Phone web traffic share in Germany, The United Kingdom, Italy, France and Spain.

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18

Oct

2013

BlackBerry Z10 VS Sony Xperia Z - Which is more popular on the mobile web?

Chart of the Week

Earlier this week Blackberry wrote an open letter to their customers, in hopes to encapsulate their user base with Blackberry passion. Here at 51Degrees it reminded us of our first ever Chart of the Week where we compared the newly released Blackberry Z10 against it's fierce market rival, the Sony Xperia Z. This week we take another look at mobile web traffic originating from the same models, over the same countries, 6 months later.

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7

Jun

2013

Race for third place - Flagship mobiles global web traffic

With an increase in sales for the HTC One, this week 51Degrees revisit the global web traffic from the Sony Xperia Z, Nokia Lumia 920, Blackberry Z10 and HTC One.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: COTW, HTC, Nokia, Blackberry, Sony

24

May

2013

Chart of the Week 4 - May 2013

Last week the International Data Corporation (IDC) reported that Android and iOS made up 92% of Smartphone operating system shipments in the first quarter of 2013. This week 51Degrees take a look at the global mobile traffic of smartphone operating systems.

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