QNX OS for Automotive Safety 1.0 puts safety first in a package supporting digital instrument clusters, heads-up displays, and more.
For smartphone giants looking to take their experiences to auto dashboards, all roads at least tie into BlackBerry's QNX platform. Here's why.
Automotive software maker QNX brought its concept car, based on a Mercedes-Benz CLA AMG, to Qualcomm's booth at Mobile World Congress.
A version 2.1 update to QNX's infotainment platform puts standardized tools in the hands of mobile developers.
The struggling handset maker combines its 44,000 patents and several key software projects into a single unit as it tries to develop new revenue streams.
The automaker confirms that it will replace BlackBerry phones with Apple iPhones for around 3,300 workers by the end of 2014.
24/7 Wall Street insists that the BlackBerry brand is at death's door. However, it predicted the same thing in 2012.
Blackberry's new encrypted BBM messaging software is a reflection of its renewed focus on business customers.
QNX provides the technologies that power the cabin tech of over 40 automakers around the world. At CES 2013, they give us a peek at the car technologies of the future.
QNX is the brains behind the cabin tech packages for more than 40 automotive OEMS. At CES 2013, it gives us a look at the next generation of car tech.