Software developer BlackBerry has introduced a cyber security system called Jarvis. Even as the trials will target self-driving cars, the software is expected to have more diverse applications.
TCL Communications, at the ongoing CES 2018, confirmed the launch of “at least two new BlackBerry smartphones” later this year.
BlackBerry has reached a deal with Baidu, that will use QNX autonomous technology on its self-driving cars. Markets received the deal positively.
Messaging platform WhatsApp will now be unavailable to users operating Windows Phone 8, BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry OS as well as old Android phones.
BlackBerry’s move to work towards software and licensed patent sales have paid dividends, as the Canadian company’s registered better-than-expected Q3 earnings.
BlackBerry has announced that it will no longer be providing monthly software updates for the Priv smartphone.
BlackBerry KeyTwo has been spotted a benchmarking site Geekbench, featuring a Snapdragon 660 processor and 6GB RAM.
Canada-based BlackBerry on Wednesday introduced new cyber security consulting services aimed at enabling enterprise ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR) compliance and mitigating security risks
BlackBerry Motion has a full touch display and unlike the KeyOne, it does not include a traditional keyboard. Here’s how the two phones compare on the basis of specifications.
BlackBerry Motion, a new smartphone from TCL, has been unveiled and this one sports a Full Touchscreen with no keyboard
BlackBerry Motion, a new full touchscreen smartphone from the company, has been leaked online.
The company licensed its specialized version of Alphabet Inc’s Android software to Chinese contract manufacturer Yangzhou New Telecom Science & Technology Co, known as NTD.
BlackBerry’s QNX unit, a supplier of infotainment software to major automakers including Ford Motor Co, will collaborate with Delphi on a system that improves software performance and enhances safety in autonomous cars, the two companies said Wednesday.
China’s TCL, which manufactures phones for BlackBerry, is gearing up to unveil a new full touchscreen device in October. BlackBerry is pegging durability, longevity, and security as the key highlights in its latest device.
Hardip Singh, executive director of Optiemus, told indianepress.com that the phone will be manufactured by his company in India. “That is what lets us bring the phone here at global prices, which has never happened before,” he said.