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BlackBerry rolls out QNX hypervisor, brings containers to connected autos

QNX Hypervisor 2.0 brings containers to connected automobiles as a way to segment non-safety applications from critical systems.

The state of the car computer: Forget horsepower, we want megahertz!

Linux, Android, and Blackberry's QNX race for control of the dashboard display.

BlackBerry is really back this time, thanks to the KeyOne

Here’s a surprise: BlackBerry is back with a new smartphone, and it’s pretty good.I know, I know, you’ve heard this before.
Several times over the last few years BlackBerry has tried to make a comeback and each time it’s come to nothing, so what’s different now?[ Android is now ready for real usage in the enterprise. Read InfoWorld’s in-depth guide on how to make Android a serious part of your business. | Get the best office suite and the 38 best business-worthy apps for your Android device. ] For the first time, the iconic BlackBerry hardware keyboard has been married with Android in the BlackBerry KeyOne.

Combined with several software apps from BlackBerry, the KeyOne is worth a look if you’re shopping for a new smartphone, particularly if you spend a lot of time on email, social media, or messaging.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

FAQ: Can BlackBerry/TCL get back its smartphone mojo?

In the mid-2000s, the BlackBerry dominated handheld computing.

That was before the iPhone was introduced in 2007.Then began an era when slick touchscreen smartphones with fast browsers and gobs of apps commanded the market, led by Apple and Samsung....

BlackBerry’s last internally designed phone comes out at the end of...

BlackBerry KeyOne runs Android and comes with a throwback hardware keyboard.

BlackBerry KeyOne to launch in US and Canada in late May

The BlackBerry KeyOne, an Android-based smartphone with a hardware keyboard, will be available in the U.S. and Canada from May 31, the phone's maker said Thursday.TCL Communications, the Chinese company that acquired rights to produce BlackBerry-bra...

Qualcomm loses legal battle with Blackberry, must pay $815M

Huge, non-appealable award makes BlackBerry stock jump 15%.

BlackBerry wins $815 million in overpaid royalty to Qualcomm

BlackBerry said Wednesday it has been awarded $815 million in an arbitration decision for excess royalties it had paid to chip company Qualcomm.Qualcomm and BlackBerry had entered into an agreement in April last year to arbitrate a dispute over whet...

BlackBerry: Software turnaround largely complete; Here’s how it’ll grow in the...

As we evaluate BlackBerry as a enterprise software vendor it's worth noting the company's sales history, how it got here and what businesses carry the company forward.

BlackBerry readies a more secure version of the Samsung Galaxy S7

Secusmart, the BlackBerry subsidiary that secures the German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s smartphone, will roll out a version of its SecuSuite security software compatible with Samsung Electronics’ Knox platform later this year.That means that organizations looking for smartphones offering government-grade security will be able to buy the Samsung Galaxy S7 or, soon, the S8 rather than the now-discontinued BlackBerry OS smartphones like the one Merkel uses.[ Android is now ready for real usage in the enterprise. Read InfoWorld's in-depth guide on how to make Android a serious part of your business. | Get the best office suite and the 38 best business-worthy apps for your Android device. ] In addition to encrypting communications and data stored on the device, the new SecuSuite also secures voice calls using the SNS standard set by Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). Organizational app traffic is passed through an IPsec VPN, while data from personal apps can go straight to the internet.

Encrypted voice calls go through a different gateway, not the VPN.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Police hack PGP server with 3.6 million messages from organized crime...

Custom PGP BlackBerry smartphones allegedly used by criminal gangs for secure messaging have suffered a setback.

23% off iHome Bluetooth Color Changing Alarm Clock with USB Charging...

Perfect for parties or setting the mood while listening at home, the iBT28 from iHome is a Bluetooth-enabled alarm clock with an adjustable LED cabinet.  Send digital audio wirelessly to iBT28 from your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, Android, Blackberry or other Bluetooth-enabled audio device, or play directly via its audio input port. The alarm clock includes two independent alarms allowing you wake to Bluetooth audio, FM radio or buzzer at separate times. The multiple color modes include a glowing sequence, a fast change sequence, a selectable color of your choice, or choose no color at all.
Its specially designed Reson8 speaker chamber provides richer, more powerful sound and enhanced bass response.

The iBT28 averages 4 out of 5 stars from over 145 people on Amazon, where its typical list price of $45.94 has been reduced 23% to $35.56.
See the discounted iBT28 color changing Bluetooth alarm clock from iHome now on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here