BlackBerry QNX and L-Spark, with the support of the National Research Council, are teaming up to launch a new accelerator program focused on early-stage technology companies.
As the debate surrounding the safety of autonomous cars shifts into high gear, the head of BlackBerry is speaking out against driver mon
Made-in-Ottawa tech will underpin the cockpit experience for a slate of new-age cars thanks to a new deal struck between BlackBerry and electric carmaker Byton.
A group of Carleton University students is working with Transport Canada and BlackBerry QNX to devise ways of thwarting potential cyberattacks against self-driving vehicles.
While most auto shows make a spectacle of expensive cars and sleek designs, Ottawa’s Autonomous Vehicle Summit on Wednesday puts the focus on
BlackBerry has landed another deal with a major automaker, furthering its development with Britain’s Jaguar Land Rover.
BlackBerry is hoping its latest offering can provide peace of mind to automakers developing connected cars, a rapidly-accelerating field fraught with security concerns.
BlackBerry Ltd., a company increasingly focused on technology for the self-driving vehicle market, is making an inaugural visit to North America's biggest auto show in Detroit, where CEO
BlackBerry QNX knows how to play the game at the Consumer Electronics Show, so instead of just telling you that they’ve locked down a deal to underpin a self-driving platform for NVIDIA, they also
Chinese search-engine giant Baidu Inc. has selected BlackBerry Ltd.