Thorsten Heins has given company 30 days to consider offer He ran BlackBerry before replacing Powermat founder in 2014 Thorsten Heins, the embattled chief executive officer of cordless-charging company Powermat Technologies Ltd., has offered ... Bloomberg, 1 month ago
Facebook is abandoning BlackBerry, and it could start a developer exodus - Business Insider, 2 months ago
BlackBerry really wants you to buy the Priv, knocks $50 off price - Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
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By Kevin Benedict Article Rating: February 14, 2013 07:00 AM EST Reads: 2,428 The Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility that I run across each ...Python Developer's Journal, 2 weeks ago
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[JERUSALEM] When he started Powermat Technologies Inc in 2006, Ran Poliakine envisioned a cordless future where millions of consumers would watch television, charge their phones and power up their kids' toys without plugging into a wall socket. A ...BT Invest, 1 month ago A Decade Later, No One Can Get Wireless Charging Right Bloomberg, 1 month ago
How aggressive a trader needs to be depends highly on his edge. When the edge is negative… the operator should optimize by taking as much risk as possible… [because] betting small would ensure a slow and certain death… Nassim Taleb - ...Seeking Alpha, 1 month ago
A German football club have taken an unusual step to show support for two of their players after an alleged racist attack against them during Easter. Lower-league club Deinster SV posted a mocked-up photo of the squad on their official ...Breaking News.ie, 1 month ago
Next year, only the BlackBerry Priv (left), will have Facebook's app. Image Source: Flickr user WEi WEi It's safe to say BlackBerry ( NASDAQ:BBRY ) 10 has been a fiasco. The latest version of BlackBerry's operating system has been maligned from ...Motley Fool, 2 months ago
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