|Bid||0.00 x 3100|
|Ask||0.00 x 1800|
|Day's Range||9.56 - 9.79|
|52 Week Range||9.14 - 14.55|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.86|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||11.79|
BlackBerry CEO John Chen on the company's new level of security and the possibility of bringing back the classic BlackBerry phone with a keyboard.
As the earnings season gains steam, equity markets appear a bit shaky with high volatility and lower-than-expected performance from the technology sector, of which telecom is part.
Twitter, Constellation Brands, BlackBerry, Avid and Photronics highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
Today we've highlighted three stocks that fall into the broad "technology" sector. Each of these three stocks is currently trading for less than $10 per share and holds a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) or better.
Blackberry unveiled its KEY2 LE at IFA in August and now it's available for pre-order in the US. The champagne color will cost you $50 more and the red version won't be available in the US, at least for now. The keyboard isn't touch-sensitive and the dual camera system uses lower-tier components.
Quantum computing is still years away from being commercialized, but the time to worry about security implications is now, says John Chen, executive chairman and CEO at BlackBerry Ltd. Security threats will loom large when powerful quantum computers become commercialized and have the capacity to crack today’s commonly-used encryption methods — and it’s not too early to be investing in technology to reduce that risk, he said in an interview. To help companies combat the future security threat posed by quantum computers, Mr. Chen on Thursday announced a so-called library of algorithms that are resistant against quantum computing attacks, which can be integrated into cars, medical devices, satellites and electric grids.
Quantum computing represents tremendous promise to completely alter technology as we've known it, allowing operations that weren't previously possible with traditional computing. Today, BlackBerry announced a new quantum-resistant code signing service to help battle that possibility. Perhaps that's why BlackBerry hedged its bets in the announcement saying,"The new solution will allow software to be digitally signed using a scheme that will be hard to break with a quantum computer." Until we have fully functioning quantum computers capable of breaking current encryption, we probably won't know for sure if this works.
BlackBerry (BB) shares have started gaining and might continue moving higher in the near term, as indicated by solid earnings estimate revisions.
To be honest, I’m still not 100% sold on Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) despite the huge rally in Apple stock of late. The long-held bear case for Apple stock was that lower-priced competition eventually would be good enough. The thinking goes that cheaper models would undercut Apple’s pricing power and at some point leave it a better version of Dell Technologies (NYSE:DVMT) or HP Inc (NYSE:HPQ), if not quite as bad as off as one-time market leader BlackBerry (NYSE:BB).
TSX: BB) and Virginia Tech announced today they are partnering to educate the mechanical engineers of tomorrow on BlackBerry QNX technology – a global leader in safety-certified, secure and reliable software for connected and autonomous cars. As part of the agreement, BlackBerry will help advance the Department of Mechanical Engineering's connected and autonomous vehicle research and provide hands-on training with BlackBerry QNX software.
TSX: BB) announced today that it is adding a quantum-resistant code signing server to its array of cryptography tools. The new solution will allow software to be digitally signed using a scheme that will be hard to break with a quantum computer.
Telecom firms face a setback as California Governor Jerry Brown has passed a net neutrality bill against the Trump administration's mandate.
Secure, flexible and easy-to-deploy cloud solution enables MiCab to connect thousands of drivers with millions of passengers in the Philippines, all secured and managed by BlackBerry UEM and Android Enterprise ...
Prem Watsa (Trades, Portfolio), guru investor and CEO of Toronto-based Fairfax Financial Holdings (FFH.TO), has more than 36% of his assets under management in BlackBerry (BB). Warning! GuruFocus has detected 2 Warning Signs with BB.
Small caps remained under pressure on Tuesday, falling about 1%, while large cap stocks continued to grind higher. That’s apparent as the Dow Jones hit a new high on Tuesday. Conveniently, the index is the first name on our top trades list.Top Trades for Tomorrow #1: Dow ETF
BlackBerry (NYSE: BB) reported very strong second-quarter results last week, and BlackBerry stock has multiple, powerful, positive catalysts going forward. Importantly, the revenue of the company’s BlackBerry Technology Solutions business, which includes its QNX operating system, jumped 29% year-over-year. Back in June, when BlackBerry reported its Q1 results, concerns about a year-over-year decline in the company’s enterprise software business led to a large drop in BlackBerry stock.
Perennial laggard BlackBerry Limited ( BB) ended a three-month decline to 52-week lows last week, jumping more than 11% on heavy volume after beating second quarter EPS and revenue estimates while reaffirming 2019 guidance.