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  • Is BlackBerry going to bring the iconic keyboard back into the industry?

    Is BlackBerry going to bring the iconic keyboard back into the industry?

    There are a lot of smartphone brands nowadays and we won't even blame you if you've forgotten some of the old ones. With that said, a prominent smartphone brand from the past is going to make a comeback in 2021. In the olden days, BlackBerry has stood strong in the communication industry with its iconic keyboard. Now, will it continue to make some breakouts with the keyboard or cave in for the touch screens?

  • Technology from BlackBerry resurfaces in... an electric superbike?

    Technology from BlackBerry resurfaces in... an electric superbike?

    Back in the day, BlackBerry smartphones were a symbol of status for many businessmen. Today, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone still using one in Malaysia. But the people at BlackBerry Limited have continued to work on other things that many of us don't expect, such as the electric superbike.

  • BlackBerry announces its next major mobile software licensing agreement with Optiemus in India

    BlackBerry announces its next major mobile software licensing agreement with Optiemus in India

    Today, BlackBerry Limited has announced its next major agreement to license BlackBerry software and service, by signing a long-term licensing agreement with leading Indian telecom enterprise, Optiemus Infracom Ltd which is for the production of secure BlackBerry Android handsets in more global markets including India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.

  • BlackBerry Iintroduces the most secure cloud-based communications platform for developers

    BlackBerry Iintroduces the most secure cloud-based communications platform for developers

    Today, BlackBerry Limited has introduced their BBM Enterprise SDK (software development kit) that will enable developers to integrate secure messaging, voice and video capabilities into applications and services. Available worldwide this month, here are the things you need to know about their new SDK.

  • Rumours: More Blackberry phones may feature QWERTY keyboards, and a new model spotted in the wild?

    Rumours: More Blackberry phones may feature QWERTY keyboards, and a new model spotted in the wild?

    While the upcoming Blackberry Mercury (which we think will be called DTEK70 for obvious reasons) is set to feature a QWERTY keyboard, it may not be the last mode, if the reports are correct. A tweet by the president of TCL in America posted a cryptic post on the social media platform with the hashtag #TheNewBlackberry.

  • Blackberry announces their exit from the smartphone design business

    Blackberry announces their exit from the smartphone design business

    After going through many different models throughout the years, Blackberry, the phone company from Waterloo, Canada has decided that they will not be designing anymore smartphones in the future.

  • 90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    We have talked about a newly discovered vulnerability that affects Android smartphones that is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors named QuadRooter. Thankfully, the majority of the smartphones are safe thanks to Google’s Verify Apps function.

  • Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    With over a billion devices running Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor right now, the scale of a newly discovered vulnerability is staggering. Called Quadrooter, it can essentially take over the data on your smartphone.

  • Rumours: Blackberry working on three new models

    Rumours: Blackberry working on three new models

    A brand that many may have forgotten, Blackberry is reported in the midst of developing three new models that runs Android. Codenamed NeonArgon and Mercury, the report states that the three models will be for three different price ranges.

     

  • Boeing and BlackBerry to develop Boeing Black smartphone which can self-destruct

    Boeing and BlackBerry to develop Boeing Black smartphone which can self-destruct

    Boeing and Blackberry are jointly developing a smartphone called the Boeing Black. After smartphones, the Canadian company is known for its data security and encryption services, which is probably why Boeing approached Blackberry to develop the device. The smartphone will be able to automatically self-destruct if someone tries to tamper with it. The Black will have many other encryption services to protect the data within. Naturally with such features, Boeing is targeting customers such as government agencies and businesses where data security is very crucial. This self-destructing feature will essentially make sure that sensitive data will never fall into the wrong hands. There are other security features as well, but these details and specific tech specs weren't revealed. However, it may run on Google's Android platform along with Blackberry Enterprise Service 12. It could also feature dual SIM card slots which can also be configured to connect with biometric sensors and satellites. Boeing has already started offering the device to potential customers, so it's production should start soon.