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QNX / FORD Mobile Software Development

QNX Software Systems Limited, a subsidiary of BlackBerry Limited, today announced that the Ford Motor Company has developed its open source SmartDeviceLink™ (SDL) technology into the QNX CAR™ Platform for Infotainment within its new vehicles. QNX Software Systems offers a vast portfolio of infotainment, telematics, safety, and acoustics solutions currently deployed in more than 60 million vehicles worldwide. More than…

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BlackBerry DTEK Update

In the last 12 hours we have a minor update to the BlackBerry PRIV DTEK Android Security Application. The change log states Minor Bug Fixes but WOW!!! After the first couple of hours use this morning my phone is cooler and I have used 26% less battery than any other day since i received the handset. Minor or not, this…

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BlackBerry’s A Good ‘Un!!!

BlackBerry’s new strategy is to offer a end-to-end secure solution to customers across all platforms.  Enhanced by Good Technology.  BlackBerry will be expanding it’s ability to offer a secure mobile platform for any mobile device and on any operating system when it comes to applications.  This has also been certified by governments all around the world. To find out more…

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Blackberry is leading the way for Apple and Google

Boy that’s a headline I’ll bet you didn’t think you’d see but I’m not talking about Smartphone sales. I’m talking about something that should be far more important to all of us than it apparently is. That is the patents being taken out for call monitoring (spying on you) and the patents being taken out for securing calls and communications…

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Five Reasons that made me choose BlackBerry 10

Why did Shaun choose BlackBerry?.. My first Mobile Phone was the Nokia 2110 and have been hooked on mobiles ever since, While all my phones had been Nokia , my last Nokia was the N9, the best phone Nokia had created, it was the first smart phone that got rid of buttons and was gesture based, then the bombshell, Nokia decided…

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