If you weren’t able to tune into BlackBerry’s Q3 fiscal 2018 earnings call, you can now listen to the replay. Given the last call was held at the end of the September, a few of the same topics come during this one but there are a number of new highlights as well that BlackBerry CEO John Chen touches on such as BlackBerry QNX design wins with ten automotive suppliers in the quarter, new patent licensing agreement signed with Teletry and business wins with approximately 3,000 enterprise customer orders. Q3 H
First, to our very loyal users we are sorry for any confusion this week. Thank you for being patient and allowing us to set the record straight on the details and user impact necessitated by the coming split of BBM into three separate services: BBM Enterprise for all devices; BBM Consumer for BBOS and BB10; and BBM Consumer for Android, iOS and Microsoft devices.Why We Are Making Changes: For several years, BBM has been serving two very distinct and different audiences: enterprise customers, many of whom require military-grade security for their text, voice and video conversations; and consumer users interested in a free service that offers sticky features like games, shopping, music, news, payments and more.
BlackBerry will team up with automotive company Delphi to provide some much needed support for self-driving cars — but the project won’t have anything to do with old-school smartphone service. The two companies signed a commercial working partnership that will bring BlackBerry’s QNX operating system to Delphi’s self-driving car platform. BlackBerry’s auto OS is already found in infotainment centers from several carmakers, most notably Ford’s Sync system. The partnership will bring the QNX OS to Delphi’s proposed Centralized Sensing Localization and Planning (CSLP) platform, which the company calls a “fully integrated automated driving solution,” slated for release in 2019. Delphi hopes to offer the CSLP platform to automakers that don’t develop their own autonomous system as an aftermarket self-driving option.
After the big success of the Vampire 600 V2 and Vampire 500 V2+, Apollo Team is proud to announce their next generation FPGA device: the Vampire V4. The Vampire V4 is made with a standard “one design to fit them all” and comes in three flavors depending on customer need:The Vampire V4 Standalone SystemThe Vampire V4 for Amiga Classic compatible withAmiga 1000/500/2000/CDTVAmiga 600 with kippa’s adapter (if produced)The Vampire V4 for Amiga 1200This new Vampire V4 packs many upgraded specifications and brings Amiga Classic systems to another new performance paradigm thanks to its new Altera Cyclone 5 A5 FPGA and fast DDR3 memory.The Vampire V4 standalone system will be a complete new Amiga system powered by the 68080 CPU core and the complete SAGA chipset (AGA compatible).Vampire V4 is powered by:FPGA : Altera Cyclone V A5 (77k LE, 28nm technology)RAM : 512MB DDR3 (up to 1GB/s)And supports:FastIDE with 40/44-pin connectorsDigital Video-out up to 720p@60HzDual Kickstart-flashrom (for safety)MicroSD StorageCertification: Vampire V4 is CE, WEEE and RoHS compliant
ABOUT KITTY HAWK Our mission is to make the dream of personal flight a reality. We believe when everyone has access to personal flight, a new, limitless world of opportunity will open up to them. At Kitty Hawk, we engineer, design and build safe, fun, easy-to-fly aircraft. For media inquiries, please contact email@example.com ABOUT THE FLYER The Kitty Hawk Flyer is a new, all-electric aircraft. It is safe, tested and legal to operate in the United States in uncongested areas u
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The Aircraft for Everyone Lilium enables you to travel 5 times faster than a car by introducing the world’s first all-electric vertical take-off and landing jet: an air taxi for up to 5 people. You won’t have to own one, you will simply pay per ride and call it with a push of a button. It’s our mission to make air taxis available to everyone and as affordable as riding a car. In 1894, Otto Lilienthal began experimenting with the first gliders and imagined a future in which we could all fly wherever we want
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Well, hot-diggity-damn, BlackBerry’s KEYone is one hell of a comeback Much, much more than a nostalgia trip 28 Apr 2017 at 13:02, Andrew Orlowski 24-Hour Test The hottest phone in town this week isn’t the new Samsung but, improbably, BlackBerry’s comeback device. Partly this is a quirk of a staggered rollout by TCL, which has awarded the UK virtual exclusivity for a month before the US gets it. But it’s not entirely down to production issues. After 24 hours with the KEYone as a main phone, I’ll stick
BBM has evolved from a pure messaging application (text and video) to a social eco-system unifying chat, social, commerce and services such as bill payments, top-up, vouchers/coupons, games, news, video, shopping and travel, which provides an immediate opportunity to offer payments services. The joint venture will also offer payment solutions to other e-commerce players in Indonesia.