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PUBLISHED: JANUARY 27, 2015
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...more than he would expect. These kinds of rumors come up periodically, Wahlstrom said, though they get "snuffed out pretty quickly" if there's no weight to them. BlackBerry investors got excited earlier this month when Reuters, citing an unnamed source, reported that Samsung was in talks to buy the Canadian smartphone maker. Shares spiked 30 percent but ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 22, 2015
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...Unfortunately, Enderle said, states aren't really set up to do something like this, in part, because they tend to lag significantly in technology. That said, Enderle noted that Canada (where BlackBerry is based) could mandate a form of app neutrality to help BlackBerry and Korea could do the same to help Samsung because both firms are seen as important to ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 16, 2015
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... But relying on Google's Android limits what Samsung can do with its mobile software and hence, Samsung built its own mobile operating system Tizen. Acquiring BlackBerry would give Samsung more scope to work independently from Google. BlackBerrys security software for business customers runs on its own platform. "It is likely that KNOX, ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 13, 2015
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...device software that can gather health and fitness data from wearables and other sources, displaying it in ways that are easy for consumers and their doctors to interpret. Samsung and Blackberry are also working on software to collect medical data. Silicon Valley startup Bellabeat makes several devices aimed at women, including a wearable activity tracker that looks ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 9, 2015
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...they had too many phones and wanted to combine the best of both -- the iPhone's touchscreen and an attachable keyboard mounted to the bottom. If it sounds like a Blackberry fused with an iPhone, Blackberry thought so too, and sued, winning an injunction on the first design. That case is still in court. Seacrest and Hallier were back at ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 7, 2015
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...well? We'll have to keep our eyes open. This is a great deal for customers. They no longer lose their unused data.” Meanwhile, AT&T just brought the BlackBerry Passport and the BlackBerry Classic to its network. Analysts have repeatedly questioned the impact of either device in a market dominated by Apple and Samsung but the wireless carrier ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 5, 2015
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...but for all the apps that help me manage my trips. It feels like a mobile office for me. This past week, I went back to my BlackBerry ways to test the company's latest model, the Classic. For BlackBerry this device is a return to its roots: It's made for those heavy corporate users ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 31, 2014
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...of the worst cyberattacks on an American company, was handled internally. Among other unusual steps, studio CEO Michael Lynton communicated with other senior execs using old BlackBerry devices that had been in a storage room in the basement of Sony's Culver City, California, headquarters. This was after the office's regular communications systems were knocked out by ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 24, 2014
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The Rockstar Consortium, backed by Apple, Microsoft, BlackBerry Sony, and Ericsson, has just sold the smartphone patents it was holding for $900 million. RPX Clearinghouse, a subsidiary of RPX Corp., acquired the assets and will license them, ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 22, 2014
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...in an age where corporations and government agencies are working to keep data and communications safe and secure. "We're pleased to announce that Boeing is collaborating with BlackBerry to provide a secure mobile solution for Android devices utilizing our BES12 platform," BlackBerry CEO John Chen said on a conference call in which the company discussed its quarterly ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
China has laid down some new rules requiring foreign firms to hand over proprietary source code and adhere to its encryption algorithms. U.S. businesses want "urgent discussions" on the new regs.

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