BlackBerry QNX

Initiative is targeting companies focused on Internet of Things and cybersecurity, as well as embedded software in various markets including autonomous transport, medical devices, avionics and…
Increasing concern about the safety of autonomous vehicles should not give way to reactionary legislation that would, in the long term, hamper the development and regulation of fully-autonomous cars…
BlackBerry will license its QNX operating system and hypervisor software – developed in large part at the firm’s Kanata outpost – to California-based Byton for use in its first production vehicles.
University received $974K grant to identify areas where autonomous vehicles are vulnerable to threats.
Ahead of this week’s Autonomous Vehicles Summit in Kanata, BlackBerry’s advances can’t be ignored
Deal follows BlackBerry QNX bringing a Jaguar XJ concept car to last year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
‘Jarvis, where is my car vulnerable to a cyberattack?’
CEO sees BlackBerry's first appearance at the North American International Auto Show as the next stop on his roadmap for the company.
"The turnaround is over," writes BlackBerry CEO John Chen on the occasion of the annual Las Vegas tech conference.
Asian tech firm has plans to develop driverless cars with Chinese automakers.