Australian coffee lovers unite as pre-order platform Beat the Q buys the leading cafe loyalty card platform eCoffeeCard.
In a candid interview with CNET, BlackBerry CEO John Chen shares his thoughts on carriers and past problems.
The 5-inch touchscreen phone, previously codenamed Jakarta, has been shown off by BlackBerry execs.
The Q20 is designed for the business market, while the Foxconn phone targets emerging markets and will launch first in Indonesia in April.
Taxi booking app goCatch aims to help minimise weekend violence by offering cabbies a monetary reward for collection from certain areas at certain times.
New research shows that the two big companies dominate smartphone sales in the US.
Day one of CES 2014 is finally over, so here are just some of the stories that mattered from the show floor.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the Foxconn-built phone will be touchscreen and low-price, but the company has more to come.
An online quiz set up by British bookmaker Ladbrokes has found that iPhone users are quicker to answer problems correctly than other smartphone users.
Seamus takes a look back at some of the big news moments of 2013, from the bubble of Bitcoin to the rubble of the NBN.