BlackBerry and the University of Waterloo today announced plans to renew their long standing partnership to help drive Canada's innovation economy forward.
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.
As we reported early this morning, John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO of BlackBerry was joined by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today to unveil the BlackBerry QNX Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Centre (AVIC).
BlackBerry will open an autonomous driving research center on Monday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will attend the launch, the prime minister’s office said on Sunday.
A U.S. appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing BlackBerry of fraudulently inflating its stock price by painting an upbeat picture of the prospects for its BlackBerry Z10 smartphone line that was misleading.
Apple has reportedly hired the former head of BlackBerry's automotive software division, QNX. Dan Dodge, was the founder and former chief executive officer of QNX, the operating system that BlackBerry acquired in 2010.
BlackBerry will be reporting results for the first quarter of fiscal 2017 on June 23, 2016 and the company has just announced that it will hold its Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders the day before.
BlackBerry has confirmed it is laying off 200 employees, in Waterloo, Ont. and at a manufacturing facility in Sunrise, Fla.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will spend several hours in Waterloo Region on Thursday morning. His first stop will be at 8:30 a.m. at the University of Waterloo, where he will make an announcement at Needles Hall.
Cognitive Systems Corp, a Canadian start-up backed by one of BlackBerry's founders, today unveiled a technology for tracking wireless signals that it says can be used for detecting intruders, managing crowds or finding victims of natural disasters.
At the Waterloo Innovation Summit at the University of Waterloo Thursday, BlackBerry CEO John Chen reiterated once again that patience is a major factor in BlackBerry's turnaround.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said Thursday that he sees its massive patent portfolio as one of the key elements in its turnaround strategy as it pivots to focus more on its software and enterprise business.