As part of its continued commitment to secure the Enterprise of Things, BlackBerry today announced that it has expanded its licensing strategy beyond smartphones to secure additional endpoints.
TCL initially unveiled the BlackBerry KEYone at CES 2017, and then again at Mobile World Congress in February. After both "unveilings", the device was expected to ship in April but BlackBerry CEO John Chen today revealed that the KEYone will now not ship until at least late May.
BlackBerry today reported financial results for the three months and fiscal year ended February 28, 2017. The company reported a smaller quarterly loss as operating costs nearly halved, narrowing its loss from a year earlier.
Samsung today released the third developer preview of Tizen .NET, an application framework for Tizen app developers.
BlackBerry have rolled out an update to their Productivity Tab for Android, bringing visual and user experience updates, quick triage (Reply, Delete) for messages and quick actions for Contacts.
Ford has announced that it is hiring 400 engineers from BlackBerry's mobility-solutions unit to work on development of internet-connected vehicles. The move will help Ford further build its computing expertise as the auto maker pivots to new ventures that rely more on vehicle connectivity.
Consumers now have more choices than ever to protect the security of their devices and personal data thanks to advances in biometric technologies. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ provide strengthened security features and enhanced convenience.
Samsung today announced Samsung DeX, designed to improve productivity for mobile professionals while reducing the need to carry multiple computing devices.
Samsung today announced a new Samsung Gear 360, a 4K resolution-capable 360-degree camera with a refined design for easier use. With enhanced features for high-quality content, the Gear 360 is lightweight and compact.
Samsung have uncovered the latest iteration of their flagship series, the Galaxy S8 at the Unpacked event in New York. The S8 will come in two sizes, the 5.8-inch S8 and 6.2-inch S8+ and will feature a curved ‘infinity display’ formerly seen on the ‘edge’ models as standard.