BlackBerry today unveiled BlackBerry Guard 2.0, a managed detection and response (MDR) service, which will include artificial intelligence (AI)-powered mobile threat defence (MTD), user behaviour risk analytics and network analytics technology.
Apple has updated its iWork suite of apps - Keynote, Pages, and Number. New tools in Keynote make presentations more engaging, with the ability to show a live camera view of the presenter directly in slides, and more collaborative with multi-presenter control.
Telegram has rolled out a new update bringing Chat Themes, Interactive Emoji, Read Receipts in Groups and Live Stream Recording and more.
BlackBerry's SecuSUITE for Government now provides certified end-to-end encryption of all group phone calls and instant messages for governments and enterprises.
Apple Fitness+, the first fitness service built entirely around Apple Watch, will introduce guided Meditation, a simple way to practice mindfulness anywhere, anytime, and Pilates, a new low-impact, body-conditioning workout type, on September 27.
Huawei has launched its mobile application engine, integrating the application ecology of PC and mobile phones. It integrates a seamless connection between the computer and the smartphone.
IntelePeer's omni-channel Atmosphere CPaaS solution is now available within IBM Watson Assistant to help businesses easily extend their AI-powered virtual assistants with voice capabilities, without the need for third-party integrations.
Armour Comms will be showcasing several new capabilities of its OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE, NATO approved Armour Mobile at DSEI, including a technical preview of its secure collaboration solution, Unity by Armour.