Blackberry's shift from smartphone maker to a software company is complete but branding remains challenging for the company with a legacy in hardware design, says one of its top executives.
With employment surging and funding announcements already emerging, 2017 is shaping up to be another big year for Ottawa's tech sector.
BlackBerry (TSX:BB) (NASDAQ:BBRY) subsidiary QNX is stepping up its work on autonomous vehicles in Ottawa, announcing Monday morning that it would open a new $100-million “innovation centre” dedica
Self-driving vehicles are hitting Ontario streets, after the province became the first in Canada to open a pilot project to test the automated vehicles on public roads.
BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB) has signed an agreement with Ford Motor Co. to expand the use of the firm's automotive and security software in the car manufacturer's vehicles.
Kanata North councillor Coun. Marianne Wilkinson is asking city staff to research how Ottawa could become ground zero for Canada’s foray into driverless vehicles.
Apple may not become an automaker, but it still wants to develop its own self-driving technology.
About 100 of the city’s brightest business minds gathered in a ByWard Market office in late June, cloaked in excitement and curiosity about a sector many are calling a potential game-changer: weara
Ottawa's technology companies are driving some of the most important headlines at the International CES this year in Las Vegas, NV.