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WATERLOO, Ontario , Sept. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) will report results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2019 at 8 a.m. ET on Friday, September 28 , 2018. The ...
It's been clear for some time now that the technology Apple lauded at its 2015 unveiling as the "next generation of multi-touch" most certainly wasn't. For the mainstream iPhone user it's just that annoying thing that gets in the way of what you're actually trying to do. What Apple actually made with 3D Touch is the keyboard shortcut of multi-touch.
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LONDON , Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) today announced that its global partner and channel ecosystem continues to show strong momentum. The expanding network offers ...
TSX: BB) today announced new software and services as part of BlackBerry Spark, the company's new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform designed and built for ultra-secure hyperconnectivity from the kernel to the edge. "BlackBerry's technology provides the ultra-security needed in today's hyperconnected world," said Charles Eagan, Chief Technology Officer, BlackBerry.
TSX: BB) and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd (CHKP) today announced the companies have entered a global ISV (Independent Software Vendor) partnership. To further streamline the customer experience and improve service delivery, BlackBerry’s teams will be fully trained on the Check Point SandBlast Mobile solution to resell and serve as a single point of contact for professional services and support. With organisations across the globe adopting mobility solutions to improve productivity and deliver digital transformation projects, mobile security is often overlooked despite cyberattacks getting more sophisticated.
TSX: BB) today unveiled BlackBerry Spark, the only Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform designed and built for ultra-secure hyperconnectivity from the kernel to the edge. Defined as the interconnectedness of people, organizations, and machines, hyperconnectivity is set to revolutionize the way people work and live.
BlackBerry (BB) exited the smartphone manufacturing business in late 2016 when it failed to keep up with competition from Apple and Samsung (SSNLF). BlackBerry lost the smartphone race to these technology giants while BlackBerry Messenger was replaced by Facebook’s (FB) WhatsApp.
Facebook (FB) and BlackBerry (BB) haven’t been the best of friends in recent months, and it appears that the tense relationship between the two isn’t going away anytime soon. A few months after BlackBerry sued it, alleging infringement of a patent relating to time stamps for messaging services, Facebook has struck back with its own patent suit against BlackBerry.
In August, market research firm IDC (International Data Corporation) named BlackBerry (BB) a leader in the Worldwide Enterprise Mobility Management Software 2018 Vendor Assessment. The report provides an analysis of EMM (enterprise mobility management) software providers globally.
What Does Wall Street Expect from BlackBerry in Fiscal Q2 2019? Of the 18 analysts tracking BlackBerry (BB) stock, four have recommended a “buy,” 12 have recommended a “hold,” and two have recommended a “sell.” The average 12-month target price for BlackBerry is $11.61, which indicates that the stock is trading at a discount of 16.5% to average estimates. Analysts have a high target price of $15.50 and a low target price of $9 for BlackBerry stock.
In the previous part of this series, we learned that analysts expect BlackBerry’s (BB) revenue to decline 16% YoY (year-over-year) to $209.05 million in its fiscal second quarter of 2019. Analysts have estimated 4.7% YoY revenue decline in the fiscal third quarter, while revenue is expected to fall 7.7% in fiscal 2019.
On September 5, BlackBerry (BB) stock fell 6.3% to close at $9.97. The stock is currently trading 11% above its 52-week low of $8.97 and 31% below its 52-week low of $14.55.
What Does Wall Street Expect from BlackBerry in Fiscal Q2 2019? For the fiscal second quarter, analysts expect BlackBerry’s revenue to fall 16% YoY (year-over-year) to $209.05 million from $249 million. Analysts have a high revenue estimate of $219 million and a low estimate of $178.7 million for BlackBerry in the quarter, which ended in August 2018.
Beyond selling 5G (fifth-generation) telecommunications equipment, vendors such as Nokia (NOK), Ericsson (ERIC), and Huawei are also expecting to make money from the arrival of 5G network technology by licensing patents for 5G mobile phones. Handset makers such as Apple turn to innovators such as Nokia to license technologies that allow them to build mobile phones that work properly.
Facebook has accused BlackBerry of stealing its voice-messaging technology in its instant messaging app. In an 118-page complaint filed Tuesday in San Francisco, Facebook claimed BlackBerry infringed on five other patents, including the tracking and analysis of GPS data, voice-messaging technology, and the ways in which the app displays graphics, video and audio. In the complaint, Facebook claims that the infringements have "caused and will continue to cause damage" to the company's Messenger and WhatsApp messaging apps.
Most people know BlackBerry (BB) as a has-been of the phone industry. Gone are the days when BlackBerry phones dominated the corporate and business cell phone market, or when BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) was at the pinnacle of the texting game. In recent years, BlackBerry has been nothing short of a financial and strategic mess.
A legal battle between social media giant Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB ) and BlackBerry Ltd (NYSE: BB ) expanded Tuesday after the social media giant filed suit against the Canadadian software company for ...
In the latest battle in the patent war between Facebook and BlackBerry, the social networking giant is suing the phone maker over alleged infringement of six patents, including one related to a voice messaging feature in BBM Enterprise. Facebook asked for a trial to resolve the matter and is seeking unspecified damages in the suit, which it filed in San Francisco federal court. Facebook claims BlackBerry also violated a patent related to the way in which mobile devices deliver images and audio, as well as patents concerning GPS data management and security.
Facebook Inc. is suing BlackBerry Ltd. for patent infringement, escalating the legal battle between the two companies over protected technology.
Between 2009 and 2010, every fifth smartphone sold was a Blackberry. Without the same level of fanfare that comes with the unveiling of a new iPhone – or even a Samsung smartphone – most people may have missed the launch of the latest BlackBerry device, though according to its makers, it's "an icon reborn". The BlackBerry Key2 LE is actually a cheaper version of the BlackBerry Key2, a high-spec smartphone released earlier this summer.
TCL Communication unveiled the BlackBerry KEY2 LE on Thursday. It has a larger physical keyboard than its predecessor and has a starting price of $399. TCL is hoping the new BlackBerry device will turn around dismal smartphone sales.