Finalists for up to $25,000 in start-up money include a hardware interface that’s built like Lego, real-time machine monitoring, a corporate purchasing application and well integrity predictor for oil & gas
The disclosure shows the U.S. government still considers the Waterloo, Ont.-based company part of its stringent security infrastructure
A foreign takeover of BlackBerry would face review under the Investment Canada Act to ensure it’s a net benefit to the country and passes a national security test.
Letter of intent has been signed and its shareholders will receive $9 in cash for each share.
BlackBerry is in the midst of trying to recover a stronger position in the highly competitive smartphone market with its new line of phones and operating system.
Plans still to layoff 5,000 as part of operating cost saving contrary to reports of more job cuts