BlackBerry will now offer its QNX automotive software to Tata Motors-owned Jaguar, which could also enable its cars with self-driving technology.
BlackBerry and Microsoft have partnered to create mobile app solutions for enterprises, that helps offer Cloud and Microsoft productivity apps more easily.
BlackBerry has now moved to introduce ‘BlackBerry Secure’ across smart devices, for which it has signed a deal with Swiss company Punkt.
BlackBerry’s lawsuit against Facebook is the latest tech patent battle, that intends to show the company’s shifting focus towards licensed technology.
The BlackBerry phone story will get a big boost this year with Noida-based Optiemus Infracom planning to launch a number of new devices with either physical keyboards or full touchscreens.
In the latest among tech patent wars, BlackBerry has sued Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, claiming that their features have been copied from BlackBerry Messenger.
It is likely that BlackBerry ‘Ghost’ will remain exclusive to India as it is being designed by Optiemus Infracom Limited, which is a Delhi-based telecom.
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