Imperative users are given solutions that prioritise flexibility and security for their communication needs.
Having covered a great many stories focusing on global trends and comprising interviews with top global executives in 2017, Edwin Yapp gives us his favourite five.
Virtualisation technology give the new platform integrated control of in-vehicle HMI systems.
The Canadian company seems to have turned a corner, and John Chen is recognised as being the prime mover for having done so.
The past three and a half years have been tough going for the company but it now believes it has a strategy and an execution plan. In a two-part series, Edwin Yapp explores the resurgence of BlackBerry, including a candid conversation with its CEO, John Chen.
First Blackberry smartphone manufactured with licence holder BB Merah Putih
The new BlackBerry KEYone will be available in April.
Blackberry and Nokia hope to turn back time to the era when they ruled the smartphone and feature phone sector.
BBM will leverage on its partnership with Indonesian media giant Emtek to grow its user base by improving their product, releasing new features monthly and working on an all-in-one app.
BlackBerry Ltd has announced a software licensing programme for its Mobility Solutions business with the introduction of the BlackBerry Hub+ for Android.