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Integrated automobile HMI platform

BlackBerry, DENSO Collaborate to develop integrated automobile HMI platform

Integrated automobile HMI platform: DENSO Corporation and BlackBerry Limited on Thursday announced their collaboration with Intel Corp to develop the world’s first automobile integrated Human Machine Interface (HMI) platform which will appear in car models scheduled for release after 2019. The HMI platform allows humans to interact with the machine and will enable a system

Blackberry launches its last Smart phone KYEone

Blackberry launches its last Smart phone KYEone

BlackBerry has launched Smartphone KYEone in India in collaboration with Infracom. BlackBerry KEYone is the last In-house smartphone of the Canadian smartphone maker company. The company has decided that it will be work on the software.Blackberry KEYone in India will be worth Rs. 39.990. This smartphone will be available for sale only on Amazon from August

Universal car interface called Panda launched

Universal car interface called Panda launched. George Hotz, aka geohot, is fidgeting in his living room, wearing dark shades and a giant comma on his t-shirt as he shows me his company’s latest product, an $88 universal car interface called Panda. Hotz both lives and works in a residential San Francisco neighborhood with a team

Whatsapp will stop working on these smart phones.

WhatsApp will stop working on these smart phones.

Most popular Instant Messaging Platform Whatsapp is most used by people of the country. However, it will no longer work on some of the selected operating systems. Company had already made it clear that it will stop working on some mobile platforms running on the old platform, after 30 June. The company has made it

BlackBerry bids goodbye to its Classic smartphone

Toronto: It is time to say goodbye to tactile keys. Canadian mobile maker BlackBerry has parted ways with its most successful device of its times — BlackBerry Classic. According to Ralph Pini, chief operating officer and general manager for devices at BlackBerry, the company will no longer manufacture BlackBerry Classic. “For many years, Classic (and

BlackBerry reports $670 mn loss, may exit smartphone business

London: BlackBerry, the Canadian mobile company sold just 5 lakh phones globally in the first fiscal quarter – down from six lakh in the previous quarter – reporting a $670 million loss which is its biggest loss in over two years. Although much of the loss was down to restructuring charges, sales also fell to

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