The Ottawa-based company responsible for the .ca domain is among the first cohort of companies joining a new accelerator spearheaded by L-Spark and its team of corporate partners
BlackBerry Ltd. and LG Electronics Inc. are expanding a partnership that they hope will give them a bigger role as technology suppliers to the world's auto manufacturers
Earnings from BlackBerry and Farm Boy's new parent company are due up this week in Canadian business
L-Spark is adding another accelerator program to its repertoire, this time teaming up with Telus, fellow Ottawa firm Solace and existing partner BlackBerry on a new offering targeting Int
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.
In May 2017, Uber announced it had hired a renowned University of Toronto professor to lead a Toronto-based team that develops autonomous car technology.
BlackBerry Ltd.'s stock was up in early trading Thursday after the company's third-quarter revenue and profit beat analyst estimates, with growth coming from its software and services bus
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.