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Adjusted revenue from software and services rose 12% year over year.
Stock futures move lower on Friday as Wall Street prepares to settle out the week, month and first quarter with mixed results.
On Friday, March 31, investors await BlackBerry's results and fresh inflation data.
U.S. stock futures are declining and European stocks stumble as a wild first quarter comes to an end on Friday.
Inflation in Japan and the eurozone came in below expectations. But the U.S. reflation story seems intact.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from BlackBerry BBRY.
Ford plans on creating a new Research and Engineering Centre in Ottawa.
BlackBerry contends that there are no significant gaps in its software portfolio due to the integration of recent acquisitions.
Wall Street could be in for a rocky week in the wake of the Republicans' failure to repeal and replace Obamacare as promised.
Look ahead, Jim Cramer says. This might be a good time to buy industrials, financials, FANG, and tech opportunities.
The chipmaker has announced it will make products to improve low-end phones. Here's why that should mean big profits for investors.
Despite an earlier announcement that the company will cap autonomous vehicle tech spending at $250 million, Intel has made a giant investment in this Israeli firm.
Snap's recent IPO hasn't done much to move the needle one way or the other for fellow unicorn Airbnb.
The world's biggest mobile trade show features plenty of noteworthy product announcements from tech and electronics giants, especially around Android.
Silicon Valley's Saint Francis High School stands to bring in tens of millions of dollars when Snap goes IPO.
The rebooted Nokia 3310 takes its famous long-lasting battery to the next level. More importantly, it has Snake.
After Blackberry and Fitbit, which company will be blown off course by Apple?
BlackBerry (BBRY) KEYone will be available in April and run Adroid 7 software.
This is the biggest single event for Android vendors.
The Mobile World Congress kicks off on Feb. 27. Here are the phones worth targeting.
U.S. stocks are pointing to a lower start as global markets are down, especially in Europe.
Apple stock, which closed at a record level Monday, would get at least a 10% pop, UBS has suggested, with a different valuation method.
But is more typical to get a 4% pullback from these sorts of readings than to see the market collapse.
The autonomous Chrysler Pacifica features technology developed inside Alphabet, but it's unclear how the company will make money on it.
The Indian consumer market has been growing phenomenally.
The company has signed a licensing deal with an India company to design and manufacture its branded products, allowing BlackBerry to focus on other promising initiatives.
By licensing its brand and shifting away from hardware, BlackBerry's focus on India could yield big results.
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