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The Liberal government is adding $40 million in federal money to a $310.5-million pledge from BlackBerry aimed at supporting the development of self-driving car technologies in Kanata
Canada has the talent and research hubs needed to become an AI leader, but industry observers say government funding is instead lining the pockets of foreign firms
BlackBerry's stock was up in pre-market trading Thursday after the company's third-quarter revenue and profit beat analyst estimates, with growth coming from its software and services business
Ford’s move to Kanata South’s newest development will see the auto company add more than 300 engineering jobs, according to real estate firm Cominar
BlackBerry earnings, home sales numbers and the latest GDP figures are among the stories to watch this coming week in Canadian business
A new offering from BlackBerry could spur the development of new autonomous vehicle technologies with Ottawa acting as ground zero for the pilot program
Blackberry says Cylance is a pioneer in applying artificial intelligence, algorithmic science and machine learning to cybersecurity software
CEO John Chen said that BlackBerry expects QNX's automotive products, which are largely developed at its Kanata outpost, will ramp up gradually rather than repeat the 31 per cent year-over-year…
According to online measurement firm comScore, there aren't many holdouts left in Canada still using a BlackBerry.