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BlackBerry Radar expands to 2,800 commercial vehicle dealers in North America

BlackBerry Ltd. is looking to increase its footprint in the fleet management market by partnering up with Pana-Pacific and distributing its BlackBerry Radar tool...

BlackBerry handset maker TCL to sell half its smartphone business due to poor sales

Chinese smartphone maker TCL Communication Technology Holdings Ltd. - the manufacturer behind the BlackBerry-branded Motion and KeyOne - recently announced plans to sell 49...

New BlackBerry product brings virtualization to your car

BlackBerry is partnering with a Japanese firm to bring its QNX Hypervisor to car cockpits of the future.

BlackBerry Motion review – All Hands on Tech

My first impression of the BlackBerry Motion was less that it was a mediocre mid-tier smartphone. But the more I use it, the more...

Intel launches affordable Pentium Silver and Celeron processors

Intel Corp. is continuing to shake up its branding and unveiled its next-generation of Pentium Silver and Celeron processors Monday, each coming with desktop...

BlackBerry KeyOne Black Edition Review – All Hands on Tech

The BlackBerry KeyOne Black Edition is more than just a fresh coat of paint. On the latest All Hands on Tech, we review the upgrade...

Google’s eSIMs on the Pixel are just the beginning

The latest Pixel smartphone from Google is one of the first to support an embedded SIM card (eSIM), but what exactly is an eSIM,...

Could new helmet technology prevent concussions? – Tech in Sports Ep. 20

The Tech in Sports crew explores all the major sports tech news from the last week including 5G connectivity at the SuperBowl and 2018...

Hakim Optical using AR to help customers find the perfect glasses

If you're in the market for new glasses but don't have the time to visit a store and try on some frames, Hakim Optical...

Wine goes wireless: Historic vineyard field tests Bell’s new IoT network

Deep in Niagara wine country, a family business with eighteenth century roots is pilot testing some of Canada’s newest Internet of Things technology. In 1794,...

Death of the headphone jack – progress or mistake? Executives weigh in

For our Community Question of the Month for November, we asked: "Do you think removing the headphone jack is a mistake? Will you miss the 3.5 mm headphone jack or are you OK with wireless and USB-C headphones?"

ConnectWise unveils new business management solutions

ConnectWise wants to help technology solution providers (TSPs) become more efficient in driving growth with its latest products and services. At its partner summit IT...

SonicWall releases new security services through its new partner program

Customers need new security solutions that protect them from today’s relentless cyber-attacks, and security partner SonicWall has unveiled new products and a new partner...

Lenovo launches new AI initiatives, products to boost customer productivity

Digital transformation is crucial for companies wanting to grow in the modern business ecosystem, and emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) can help with...

Amazon boosts developer support in Canada following Alexa launch

Canadian developers no longer have to use American Amazon accounts to build an Alexa Skill or integrate Alexa into their smart home hardware. Following yesterday's...

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