Xiaomi plans to invest approximately $1.48 billion in the artificial intelligence and Internet of Things (AIoT) market. Now, Xiaomi's John Chen shares more of its plans for expansion and other goals.
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After years of decline and lowered revenue streams, BlackBerry is finally out of danger. That is what CEO John Chen stated today in an interview, during the firm's move from NASDAQ to the NYSE.
BlackBerry's fall from grace has been quite spectacular. But they're still going, and the recent switch to Android seems to have steadied its course, and is set to be the OS of choice through 2016.
Earlier this week BlackBerry confirmed that it is planning to launch an Android smartphone and now a video of the company's CEO showing off the device has been posted online.
CEO John Chen says BlackBerry can't compete effectively against its rivals for developers - and even admits that he may not be the best person for the job - but insists that BlackBerry isn't dead yet.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen apparently has no problem getting rid of the company's hardware division if called for, stating, "If I cannot make money on handsets, I will not be in the handset business."
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has written a new blog post annoucing the company is "pursuing legal action" against an unnamed person who leaked information about a future company product to the public.
BlackBerry's CEO has suggested that the BB10 OS is less than intuitive, saying, "It took me a while to get used to it", adding some consumers "get to our new phone and it's not intuitively obvious".