Texas startup will make a BlackBerry 5G phone for NA, Europe
Devices made by FIH Mobile will be available from OnwardMobility next year.
BlackBerry releases free reverse engineering tool to fight cyber attacks
PE Tree reduces the time and effort required to reverse engineer malware
TCL Communication will stop selling BlackBerry-branded devices
No further rights to design, manufacture or sell any new BlackBerry devices.
BlackBerry Ltd. reports US$44M Q2 loss, revenue up 16% from year ago
The recently acquired Cylance operation contributed $35 million in revenue.
BlackBerry expands partnership with LG Electronics as it reports Q1 results
BlackBerry QNX software will be used in infotainment systems, digital instrument clusters and telematics systems for internet-connected vehicles.
Former BlackBerry employees OK for severance class action
Ontario judge clears the way for suit that alleges the tech company attempted to avoid paying the employees what they were owed.
Canadian tech group seeks to accelerate development of secure IoT
Accelerator will provide facilities for the project, Telus will provide funding and access to a wireless network.
BlackBerry Secure tools revealed at Vegas Consumer Electronics Show
The BlackBerry Secure labelling has been attached to specialty phones.
Chinese startup EV maker picks BlackBerry for key software licences
QNX technology will be used in Byton’s first series of intelligent production vehicles.
Self-driving cars won’t be mainstream until standards set: Blackberry CEO
Some countries drive on the right side of the road, some on the left; some grids use 110- and others use 220-volts.
A delay of mass market driverless cars wouldn’t be a problem: Chen
Blackberry CEO sees 2025 for commercially available autonomous vehicles as more realistic.
BlackBerry revenue tops expectations, cuts Q4 loss to US$10M
Although the Waterloo company is a fraction of what it was, its shares have improved over the past year.
BlackBerry says new software bridge to Microsoft products will increase security
Provides various security features for programs whether they’re on smartphones, tablets or computers using major operating systems.
Uber suspends self-driving car tests in Toronto and elsewhere after pedestrian death
Woman walking outside a crosswalk in Phoenix suburb hit by vehicle in autonomous mode.
BlackBerry unveils new security tool at Detroit auto show debut
Its Jarvis software will scan all software components in a vehicle within minutes to predict and fix vulnerabilities.
BlackBerry partners with Fleet Complete on fleet tracking solution
Operators will access performance and operation data, like driver behaviour and fuel levels.
BlackBerry updates vehicle security software platform
QNX hypervisor 2.0 software allows multiple operating systems to run at the same time on one hardware platform.
Ford hires 400 for Canadian connected car research
Ottawa research centre is part of a $500 million Canadian investment.
Last BlackBerry-designed phone with physical keyboard coming in April
TCT will manufacture, sell the smartphone in Canada and several other countries.
Blackberry hopes to make itself indispensable for self-driving car producers
Company’s QNX division has opened a research centre for autonomous cars in Ottawa.
BlackBerry launches security platform to help companies manage connectivity
Blackberry Secure helps businesses keep tabs on devices to transmit sensitive data to keep people, information and goods safe.
Ford, Blackberry to collaborate on auto software
A team of BlackBerry employees work directly with the automaker to beef up its “connected” vehicle technologies.
BlackBerry says there will be a new keyboard model within 6 months
TORONTO — One of BlackBerry’s top sales executives says…
BlackBerry diehards bemoan the end to Canadian made smartphones
Waterloo company is outsourcing production severing the Canadian hardware link.
BlackBerry to stop making its signature smartphones
Hardware development will be outsourced to the company’s partners.
BlackBerry launches smartphone with emphasis on beefed up security
DTEK50 fends off cyberattacks with features built-in malware protection and encryption of all user information.
BlackBerry acquires UK cyber hacker whacker
Encription will be part of the Waterloo tech company’s new cybersecurity practice.
Diversification key to economic success, Trudeau says
Prime Minister speaks of importance of high-tech sector while touring new Google headquarters in Kitchener, Ont.
BlackBerry reveals latest driverless car software developments
New technology includes a program that allows vehicles to interact with each other in order to prevent collisions.
Balsillie guiding creation of innovation lobby group
Former RIM co-CEO says lobbying is critical for a sector based on developing ideas that will generate economic value.
BlackBerry unveils Android-powered smartphone, Priv
Switch was controversial, but one the Waterloo, Ont.-based company said is necessary to address a major marketing issue: a lack of apps.
BlackBerry revenue falls more than expected
Adjusted loss bigger than estimates, but $51 million net income.