If you've taken a walk on the minimalist side like some folks in the CrackBerry Forums have and added the BlackBerry Secured Punkt MP02 to your device collection, you can now download the first update of the MP02's firmware.
Punkt let everyone know ahead of time they would be officially unveiling and announcing their MP02 4G mobile phone on September 17 and now that that day is here, they've revealed the full specs, features and opened up pre-orders.
Back in March, BlackBerry signed a new licensing deal with Swiss consumer electronics maker, Punkt Tronics AG, known for their minimalist mobile phone, the MP01. Now, details are emerging of just how Punkt will use BlackBerry technology.
The BlackBerry Secure World Tour has been on the road throughout North America and Europe, and if you weren't able to attend, the BlackBerry YouTube channel has now started to upload some of their highlight videos.
Back in February, BlackBerry announced they would be hosting BlackBerry Secure World Tour events for North America, Europe, and Australia starting in May and running through June and the first stop is this Thursday in San Francisco.
BlackBerry has now announced their second BlackBerry Secure licensing deal. Swiss consumer electronics maker, Punkt Tronics AG has signed on to release BlackBerry Secure products embedded with BlackBerry cybersecurity technology.
BlackBerry officially announced BlackBerry Secure back in December but if you're still wondering what it all entails, you'll want to tune into the 'Securing the Enterprise of Things: Introducing BlackBerry Secure' webcast that BlackBerry is hosting.
BlackBerry is reaffirming the software focus and starting to more broadly share the 'BlackBerry Secure' branding on social media. In a new video on YouTube, BlackBerry highlights some of the critical endpoints they cover with software security.
As part of BlackBerry's partnership with Appdome to enable codeless integration for apps, the two companies have been hosting joint webinars to help developers learn more. Registration for the next webinar is now open!
Last week, when BlackBerry announced their new comprehensive mobile-security platform for the Enterprise of Things, better known as BlackBerry Secure, they also hosted a webcast which took a deeper dive into the details.