BlackBerry timetravels with its CrackBerry Classic
Familiar features include menu buttons and a small track pad below the screen.
Maker of glass for iPhones shuts down Phoenix plant
Company files for bankruptcy, 727 jobs eliminated.
Lenovo acquires IBM’s low-end server business for $2.1B
Will drive businesses that include computers, mobile devices and services.
Tesla, China Unicom plan for 400 charging stations
Chinese phone carrier to provide space for construction and basic services in 120 cities.
Ford to replace BlackBerry with iPhone
BlackBerry warns business about relying on consumer technology for security.
Most SMEs don’t budget for mobile devices
But Sage survey reveals they see a positive effect on customer service.
BlackBerry taps SAP executive as new president of global enterprise
The arrival of John Sims is a counterpoint to recent executive departures at the troubled smartphone-maker.
China criticizes EU duties on solar panels
Announces anti dumping probe of European wine in dumping squabble
Apple’s demand for increased patent damages from Samsung rejected
But validity of iPad and iPhone patents at the centre of the dispute upheld.
STMicroelectronics to leave joint venture with Ericsson
Europe’s largest chipmaker blames exit on stuggles associated with downturn in global demand.
US panel urges tighter screening of Chinese investment
Says they pose unfair competition to American firms.
Reports says China tech giants pose security risk
Warns against doing business with them. Highlights American unease about China companies.
US panel warns against doing business with China’s Huawei and ZTE
Report says China tech giants pose a national security threat to US
Ballard Power gets contract for 102 fuel cell power generation systems
The fuel cells are headed to Indonesia to provide back-up power generation in blackouts.
Dantherm taking fuel-cell backup to India
Dantherm Power is collaborating with Delta Power Solutions to market clean energy fuel cell power for backup in the Indian telecommunications sector.