BlackBerry Ltd (BB.TO)
17 Feb 2017
Wed, Feb 15 2017
In the latest sign that Blackberry Ltd will be aggressively monetizing its patent portfolio, the struggling Canadian smartphone pioneer sued Nokia on Tuesday for infringing patents considered essential to wireless communications technology.
* Blackberry ltd - announced partnership with isara corporation, a provider of quantum-resistant cryptography Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
TORONTO BlackBerry Ltd has signed a hardware licensing agreement covering India and nearby countries, the Canadian company said on Monday, filling in the last markets where a third-party will manufacture its once-ubiquitous devices as it turns fully to software.
TORONTO, Feb 6 BlackBerry Ltd has signed a hardware licensing agreement covering India and nearby countries, the Canadian company said on Monday, filling in the last markets where a third-party will manufacture its once-ubiquitous devices as it turns fully to software.
* Blackberry announces its next major mobile software licensing agreement with Optiemus in India
* Blackberry advances global expansion of its Athoc crisis communication software Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* Says "I am disheartened and do not agree with the sharpness of President Trump's executive order and immigration ban" Source text - (http://blck.by/2jw2pjM) Further company coverage:
WATERLOO, Ontario BlackBerry Ltd , helped by its higher-margin software business, reported better-than-expected adjusted earnings and raised its full-year growth forecast on Tuesday, though concerns about overall revenue growth reversed early share gains.
OTTAWA Canada's BlackBerry Ltd plans to invest C$100 million ($75 million) in a new autonomous vehicle testing hub over several years, the company's chief executive said on Monday, as the fallen smartphone pioneer looks elsewhere for growth.
OTTAWA Canada's BlackBerry Ltd will open an autonomous driving research center on Monday, as it tries to make itself an indispensable under-the-hood piece of the automotive industry's weaponry in the self-driving vehicle arms race.