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.
Chinese startup EV maker picks BlackBerry for key software licences
QNX technology will be used in Byton’s first series of intelligent production vehicles.
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.
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.
Participants in Ontario self-driving car project announced
University of Waterloo, the Erwin Hymer Group and QNX will test several autonomous cars.
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 reveals latest driverless car software developments
New technology includes a program that allows vehicles to interact with each other in order to prevent collisions.
BlackBerry forms business unit to hold patent portfolio, tech assets
BlackBerry Technology Solutions will include recent acquisitions Certicom and QNX.
Introducing the Connected Car
APMA-led project meets growing demand for automotive technology convergence.
BlackBerry’s QNX sees opportunity in potholes, broken elevators
Initiative is part of Project Ion, a development underway at BlackBerry intended to provide analytics data for various industries.
BlackBerry sells its German based R&D assets to Volkswagen Infotainment
Move comes as the Ontario-based company looks to become profitable by its 2016 financial year.
Minor vehicle problems could soon be fixed through the cloud
New QNX technology will give car makers the tools to communicate directly with vehicles linked to their system.
Ford reportedly looking at BlackBerry QNX software for in car systems
QNX would be cheaper and improve flexibility in Ford’s next-gen Sync in-car entertainment system, Bloomberg News reports.
BlackBerry’s QNX, automakers developing synthetic engine sounds
The technology replicates the sound of yesteryear’s driving experience as cars become quieter and more fuel efficient.