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Two Ottawa companies have been selected to participate in the third cohort of the joint accelerator program run by L-SPARK and BlackBerry Ltd. 
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BlackBerry executive chairman John Chen says the sequential and year-over-year revenue growth this quarter exceeded the company's expectations despite the ongoing challenges from COVID-19.
Developer believes there is support for heightened cybersecurity from businesses, politicians and a growing number of consumers.
An app designed to alert Canadians if they come into close contact with someone infected with COVID-19 can now be downloaded in Ontario. 
Companies in six-month program will gain access to technology and expertise from L-Spark’s partners aimed at creating and commercializing cutting-edge medical software and devices.
BlackBerry Mobile says TCL Communication will no longer be making or selling BlackBerry-branded mobile devices
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Between the moon, autonomous vehicles and a slew of other use cases, CEO Jason Lee believes SmartCone can do it all without sacrificing its momentum
L-Spark and its corporate partners celebrated the first round of their secure IoT accelerator program Wednesday at the Brookstreet Hotel as they looked to the future with new program part