At this year's CES, Canadian tech company BlackBerry is taking the wraps off the latest generation of its in-car operating system, QNX SDP 7.0, which it claims takes security as well as reliability to another level and will also be debuting an autonomous Lincoln concept car.
In spite of meager sales figures, BlackBerry could soon release a new smartphone, once again running Google's Android OS and with a physical keyboard. The firm has also developed an innovative Internet of Things security solution for business.
BlackBerry released on Tuesday its second smartphone designed and built externally, the latest development in the company's push away from manufacturing handsets as it focuses more on its security software.
BlackBerry will stop making its signature smartphones, the company said Wednesday after facing repeated calls to leave the hardware business that was once the basis of its reputation as a global technology leader.