BlackBerry's new KEY2 will be available next week and it launches at a price $100 more than last year's KEYone. Are there enough improvements to justify this price increase?
After a couple of weeks with the BlackBerry KEY2, it is clearly a phone designed for the enterprise user who wants an efficient communications device with a battery that easily gets through at least one full busy day.
BlackBerry's QNX unit fared well and the company IP licensing revenue was up from a year ago.
Business users adored their hardware QWERTY BlackBerry keyboards, but most of the world has moved to on-screen keyboards over the last decade. The KEY2 provides the best physical keyboard, but that comes with some compromises.
WWDC was held last week with some impressive updates to iOS, MacOS, and WatchOS. We also talked about phones from HTC, BlackBerry, Moto and a rumored Google phone.
The KEY2 is slimmer and lighter than its predecessor, and keeps the flag flying for keyboard-equipped smartphones with a range of enhancements.
BlackBerry's automotive platform and embedded in 120 million vehicles, according to the company.
BlackBerry's lawsuit includes Facebook's WhatsApp and Instagram. Facebook says it intends to fight the allegations.
Jarvis functions as static binary code scanning software that detects vulnerabilities in automotive systems.
TCL made a couple of announcements this morning regarding its Alcatel and BlackBerry product offerings for 2018. More details on new devices will be announced at MWC.
The Baidu partnership is the latest to highlight momentum for BlackBerry's QNX platform.
BlackBerry Radar is designed to track trailer assets in the trucking industry, and it will now be offered through more commercial truck dealers with a new partnership.
BlackBerry said it will no longer deliver monthly security updates for the Android-powered Priv handset.
The "non-exclusive" design agreement will see select Qualcomm hardware optimized for BlackBerry's QNX software.
Four industry trends are making vehicles vulnerable to cyber attacks and failures: vehicles access, software control, autonomous driving, and the changing state of software, according to BlackBerry.