Prem Watsa’s love affair: BlackBerry to bank
Fairfax promoter, with $5 billion India bet on airports to warehouses, eyes more buys.
BlackBerry plans return call via ‘Make in India’
BlackBerry — once a strong player in the smartphones market — is attempting a comeback in In...
BlackBerry eyes 10-12 per cent market share of Rs 25-45K smartphone segment in India
Optiemus is lining up new devices across various price points for BlackBerry as the brand looks to regain lost ground against rivals like Samsung, Xiaomi and others.
BlackBerry 'Jarvis' to secure self-driving cars
Jarvis is a cyber security tool that aims to help automakers with safety backups as they develop software required for self-driving cars.
BlackBerry Key 2 review: Soft yet tactile QWERTY keypad; price is a stretch at Rs 43K
Key 2 is what the legacy BlackBerry user has been waiting for.
BlackBerry, Jaguar Land Rover ink pact for next-generation vehicles
As part of the agreement, BlackBerry will license its QNX and Certicom technology to JLR, as well as assign a team of engineers to support in the development of new Electronic Control Unit modules.
Microsoft joins hands with BlackBerry to secure productivity apps on phones
The tech titans and former rivals have collaborated on a first-of-its-kind solution.
BlackBerry sues Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram over patent infringement
BlackBerry Ltd on Tuesday filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Facebook Inc and its WhatsApp and Instagram apps, arguing that they copied technology and features from BlackBerry Messenger.
Optiemus eyes 10% of India's premium phone market with BlackBerry
India is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets globally. Players like Samsung, Xiaomi, Lenovo and vivo have aggressively eaten into the market share of domestic players like Micromax and Lava.
BlackBerry unveils Key2 smartphone with physical keyboard under a 4.5 inch screen
The device is likely to be priced at $649.
Baidu to use BlackBerry software in self-driving platform
BlackBerry, which has developed software QNX Hypervisor 2.0 to run complex computer systems in vehicles, said Baidu would use its software for its self-driving open platform, Apollo.
BlackBerry to pay Nokia $137 million in payment dispute
BlackBerry said the dispute was related to certain payments due under a patent license contract between the companies.
BlackBerry introduces framework to secure self-driving vehicles
Using an electronic system architecture that isolates safety critical and non-safety critical ECUs and can also "run-safe" when anomalies are detected is essential.
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