AI-enhanced security is bringing intelligence to the protection of valuable assets in more ways than one
TCL's BlackBerry licensing deal won't be renewed in August, putting the future of BlackBerry smartphones in doubt
But you'll have to wait until next week until it's ready
Researchers were able to trick a popular AI system into thinking ten of the most dangerous forms of malware were good.
Biggest-ever acquisition for BlackBerry reflects shift towards security software and services
Facebook returns fire at Blackberry with 118-page lawsuit
BlackBerry's anti-ransomware software can also roll-back users devices to pre-attack instances
New BlackBerry Key2 will cost £579, SIM-free
Physical keyboard and dual cameras, with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage
BlackBerry Key2 to feature a Qualcomm 660, 6GB RAM, 64GB storage and Android Oreo 8.1
Organisations need robust and enforced security plan before installing latest security software, warns BlackBerry
BlackBerry's James McDowell urges businesses to get the basics right first
If you hanker for the days when your smartphone had a 'proper' keyboard, the BlackBerry KeyOne could be just for you
£500 for an Android with a QWERTY keyboard
£499 for TCL-made QWERTY keyboard BlackBerry
One for QWERTY keyboard fans, given the sub-par specs for the price
Judgement is binding and, hence, Qualcomm won't be able to appeal against it
Firm turns to patents to make money from smartphone efforts
Is improving employee IT experience a 'ticked box', or have we put the cart before the horse with customer focus?
Eavesdropped insights from behind the closed doors of the latest Computing IT Leaders Dining Club...
BlackBerry's latest Android phone will be shown off just days before Mobile World Congress opens
BlackBerry crumble complete with TCL smartphone licensing deal
BlackBerry Priv replacement codenamed 'Mercury' tipped for launch in 2017
Still a resistance to invest until it's too late...?
Android now has 88 per cent market share
Leaked images with a physical keyboard firm up DTEK70 rumours - but are the images genuine?