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BlackBerry to Spark Ultra-Secure Hyperconnectivity with New EoT Platform

By : CIOL Bureau

BlackBerry Limited unveils BlackBerry Spark, the only Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform designed and built for ultra-secure hyperconnectivity from the kernel to the edge. Defined as the interconnectedness of people, organizations, and machines, hyperconnectivity is set to revolutionize the way

Optiemus Infracom launches Made in India BlackBerry KEY2

By : CIOL Bureau

Optiemus Infracom Limited, a leading Indian telecom enterprise and BlackBerry brand licensee, reveals the newest keyboard-based handset for the India market, the BlackBerry KEY2. The device boasts the best of BlackBerry’s software and security, underlining Optiemus Infracom’s commitment to deliver

BlackBerry to Power BYTON’s Innovative In-Car Experience for its Production Vehicles

By : CIOL Bureau

BlackBerry Limited and intelligent electric vehicle maker BYTON announced today that the innovative in-car experience within BYTON’s first series of production vehicles will feature BlackBerry QNX technology.     BYTON chose BlackBerry as a foundational piece of BYTON’s innovative in-car

BlackBerry India MD Narendra Nayak quits

By : CIOL Writers

BlackBerry India’s Managing Director, Narendra Nayak has resigned from the company. The company has confirmed the development and told Economic Times, “Narendra Nayak has departed BlackBerry and we thank him for his contribution to the company.” Narendra Nayak joined Blackberry

BlackBerry sues Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram for infringing patents

By : CIOL Writers

BlackBerry, the smartphone manufacturer has filed a lawsuit against the likes of Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram. The lawsuit first reported by Reuters was filed in Central District of California court. The Canadian firm has filed a 117-page lawsuit against “relative latecomers” Facebook

BlackBerry App Store to remove paid apps from April 1

By : CIOL Writers

BlackBerry has announced that it is removing paid apps from BlackBerry World App Store from April 1st, 2018. According to the message, which was recently published publicly, BB10 users won’t be able to purchase anything from BlackBerry World starting on

BlackBerry launches Jarvis, a cybersecurity software for self-driving cars

By : CIOL Writers

BlackBerry has launched a cybersecurity software called Jarvis aimed at protecting autonomous cars. Jarvis identifies vulnerabilities in software used in cars. The firm said that Jarvis scans and delivers insights in minutes, a process that would otherwise take a large

BlackBerry and Baidu team up on self driving car tech

By : CIOL Writers

Chinese internet search firm Baidu has teamed up with BlackBerry to work on self-driving car tech jointly. Both the companies will collaborate to accelerate the deployment of connected and autonomous vehicle technology. The deal concentrates on developing autonomous-driving technology with BlackBerry’s

WhatsApp stops working for Windows 8.0; BlackBerry 10 OS gets a short reprieve

By : CIOL Writers

WhatsApp has stopped working on platforms like Windows 8.0 or older, BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10 OS. The company had announced it would stop supporting these platforms from 31st December 2017. However, it looks like Blackberry 10 OS users are getting

BlackBerry Motion launched with a 5.5-inch IPS touch-screen display

By : CIOL Writers

China-based phone manufacturer TCL, the company that holds the rights to manufacture all BlackBerry phones, has launched a new BlackBerry phone, named the BlackBerry Motion. The smartphone launched at the Gulf Information Technology Expo (GITEX) event in Dubai, is very similar to

BlackBerry’s revenue rises as software sales hit record

By : CIOL Writers

There used to be a time when BlackBerry phones were considered the professional phones. But in this touchpad, generation there were not many takers for Blackberry. Now the likes of Samsung and Apple have taken over the market. BlackBerry’s smartphone

Delphi partners BlackBerry to bolster software and safety of self-driving cars

By : CIOL Writers

Delphi Automotives is partnering BlackBerry to build a system that improves software performance and enhances safety in autonomous cars. BlackBerry will provide the operating system for Delphi‘s autonomous driving system, called the Centralized Sensing Location and Planning and is expected to

Samsung Galaxy S8 to be launched on March 29 in NYC

By : CIOL Writers

Though Samsung made it obvious that this year’s Mobile World Congress will not witness the launch of the Galaxy S8, the South-Korean company also doesn’t want the new rivals, like Nokia 3310, BlackBerry, LG, or Huawei to steal the show

BlackBerry hopes to deliver again with a physical keyboard

By : CIOL Writers

After HMD Global, who is leveraging the nostalgia around the widely popular Nokia 3310 to relaunch the legendary phone, TCL too is bringing back the BlackBerry from the grave, with a physical keyboard. Ahead of Mobile World Congress 2017, TCL, a billion dollar

BlackBerry files legal suit against Nokia for patent infringement

By : CIOL Writers

Two former smartphone giants- Nokia and BlackBerry are ready to battle it out once again- only in legal corridors this time. Apparently, both the companies that are well past their hey days are in the middle of resurrecting their brands

WhatsApp to stop working for millions of users

By : CIOL Writers

Though WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging platforms, it will stop working for more than million users. As WhatsApp announced in early 2016 to stop support – for BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, Nokia Symbian S60,

Bangalore traffic police to go cashless with new digital devices early next year

By : CIOL Writers

Though we can’t deny the stress being caused by it, demonetization is apparently pushing many people towards digital transactions or we should say, digital India! Joining the list of small vendors, shop keepers and even cobblers shifting to digital payment

Blackberry back with two new Android smartphones, DTEK50 & DTEK60

By : CIOL Writers

Blackberry that recently ceased manufacturing its own smartphones has launched two new Android smartphones — DTEK50 and DTEK60 – for the Indian market, claiming them to be the most secure smartphones in the segment. Manufactured by Alcatel, a France-based telecommunications

BlackBerry bids goodbye to hardware manufacturing, to focus on software

By : CIOL Writers

It was expected sooner than later. Former smartphone giant BlackBerry has called it quits for hardware designing announcing that it will no longer make the hardware for its own smartphones. Instead, the company now intends to outsource hardware making to

Samsung and BlackBerry partner to build high security “SecuTablet”

By : CIOL Writers

Thanks to technology, we are always at work even on the move. However, even after hoarding warnings like “Confidential report”- should not be shared”, these kernel details are not safe from cyber criminals. Hence, Samsung and BlackBerry have created SecuTABLET,