BlackBerry has released an early access version of its QNX Software Development Platform (SDP) 8.0 for automakers and IoT systems developers
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BlackBerry and McLeod Software to Offer Enterprise Software Solutions for Transportation and Logistics Industry
BlackBerry has partnered with McLeod Software, a Transportation Management System (TMS) provider, delivering enterprise software solutions to the transportation and logistics industry.
BMW's Digital Key Plus is now available for Android smartphones. Customers with compatible devices from Samsung or Google.
CerebrumX Lab, a leading AI-driven automotive data services & product provider, has received a strategic investment from the BlackBerry IVY Innovation Fund
Digital collectibles platform VeVe, has teamed up with luxury super sports car brand and manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini to bring Lamborghini super sports cars to the platform on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 8 AM PT, starting with the Huracán STO.
Chongqing Yazaki Meter Co , a Chinese Tier 1 automotive supplier, has selected the BlackBerry QNX Neutrino Realtime Operating System (RTOS) to power its digital instrument cluster, which has now entered mass production.
Türkiye's Automobile Joint Venture Group (TOGG) has unveiled a smart device-integrated digital asset wallet to connect mobility technology to the Avalanche blockchain.
BlackBerry and Elektrobit are collaborating on integration efforts to support the Rust programming language, empowering developers to build safe, reliable and efficient automotive software.
Car IQ, a payment network for cars, is partnering with BlackBerry to demonstrate a new in-dash vehicle-wallet at CES 2023 that connects vehicles to merchants and enables customers to pay right from the dash of their car.
Garmin has selected BlackBerry QNX technology for its next-generation, Android Automotive-based proof of concept demonstration at CES 2023.
Android Auto has a new design that is rolling out to everyone starting today. The new design prioritizes three important goals for drivers: navigating where you’re going, communicating with friends and family, and playing your music or podcasts.
BlackBerry IVY, a cloud-connected automotive AI platform co-developed by BlackBerry and Amazon Web Services (AWS), is now pre-integrated on three commercially-available digital cockpit platforms