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Smartphone maker, BlackBerry, has sold off its R&D assets in Germany to Volkswagen which will result in the shift of over 200 employees to the automaker's Infotainment division.
Think BlackBerry was dying? Well QNX, the Operating System that BlackBerry has owned since 2010 may be an integral part of Apple's new car display interface, a new report reveals.
A Ford executive said this week the car company is still evaluating who it will work with for the next version of Sync, denying reports that Microsoft is out of the running.
A new rumor claims that Ford could use BlackBerry's QNX operating system in place of Microsoft's Windows for the next version of Ford's Sync in-car computing solution.
Research In Motion announces a massive shake-up, abandoning the consumer space to focus exclusively on business and enterprise products, amid falling revenues and multiple executive departures.
As both its market share and share price fall, RIM is in desperate need of new products to secure its future. An image has been revealed claiming to show exactly that: a next-generation BlackBerry.
Despite Adobe announcing yesterday they would halt active development of the mobile Flash plugin, licensees such as RIM are still forging ahead with updating Flash on their platforms.
Blackberry maker Research in Motion has announced its new operating system, BBX, that it says combines the best of its Blackberry platform with the QNX OS which powers the Playbook tablet.
Even as RIM launches its new Blackberry phones, the next smartphone from the company that will support the QNX operating system is rumored to launch in the first quarter of 2012.
It’s no secret that Research In Motion is a company with a lot of problems. In recent weeks, mainstream media, the tech community and the blogosphere at large have all been abuzz with discussion of...
Research In Motion is still working on its next big product, the BlackBerry PlayBook. One of the more impressive tablets shown off at CES2011 this year, was the PlayBook. When Neowin got a hands-on look at...