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BlackBerry continues to reinvent itself and strive to survive as it evolves from a smartphone business into... something else. Jarvis is their latest play. It's a security product that focuses on protecting cars from cyber-threats. The company says it can also be used in other places such as healthcare, industrial automation, aerospace, and defence.

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Android: Do you ever feel like the person next to you on the train is staring at your phone and reading your texts? Of course you do, because we all glance at other people's phones and tablets during our boring commutes. I do, anyway. BlackBerry has a solution.

Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.

One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.

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I feel weird saying this. I really like BlackBerry's new KEYone smartphone. I don't like that I like it, and I don't like the name. I can't change the fact that I want one. This is something I need to accept about myself.

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In a time when encryption is a sensitive topic and technology providers are eager to prove they have their users' privacy at heart, reports of Blackberry handing over its global decryption key for its BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service to a police agency couldn't have come at a worse time. But when you look at the company's stance on working with government agencies, the news doesn't come as a complete surprise. We take a closer look at the BlackBerry decryption debacle that exploded last week.

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BlackBerry may still be tanking in the smartphones market but one thing it has always done well is mobile device management (MDM). The vendor is sticking with what it's good at by releasing a new set of enterprise mobile management (EMM) suites that combine its MDM expertise with the security capabilities of its most recent acquisition. Here are the details.

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BlackBerry’s unconventional new smartphone -- the keyboard-equipped, square-screened Passport -- has just launched on the Optus network in Australia. The device is available on a range of 24-month plans and can also be purchased outright. Here's a look at the pricing and specifications.

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Today BlackBerry launched the latest weapon in its long-term comeback plan: the cross-platform business app Blend. As its name implies, Blend allows BlackBerry users to access their messages and content on a range of tablet and PC screens while still under the protection of BlackBerry's secure network. In other words, it hopes to render "device-hopping" a thing of the past.

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Android/iOS/Windows Phone/Blackberry: I'm pretty generous when it comes to my friends -- I loan music, video games, you name it. But sometimes that means I forget to get said item back when I want it or forget that item is mine when I go visit. You Borrowed It is an app that can keep track of it all.

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In a corporate environment where bring your own device (BYOD) has become widely accepted, the competition for business IT dollars has increasingly switched to mobile device management (MDM). Microsoft's play in this space relies on two non-mobile technologies where it dominates: Office and Active Directory.

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As each new computer virus attack or vulnerability comes to light, millions instinctively check their computer to see if their anti-malware application is up to date. This is a good idea and they are wise to do it but a large number of us still forget about our smartphones.