First News Briefs: BlackBerry, YotaPhone, ReliOn, LG, AllJoyn, Huawei
BlackBerry announced enhancements to its award-winning multi-OS enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution with the release of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) version 10.2.
The YotaPhone, a dual-screen Android smartphone with a color touchscreen on the front and an e-ink display on the back, today officially launched in Moscow.
ReliOn, a provider of fuel cell solutions for backup power and grid-support applications, has recently launched its newly enhanced E-200 fuel cell system. This product is fueled by hydrogen and offers a number of features designed to improve customer usability, ease of maintenance, and performance.
LG Electronics will be the first company to incorporate the AllJoyn open source software framework into its Smart TV platform, providing interoperability between devices. AllJoyn, developed by Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc., is designed to create a common language that connects the Internet of Things, regardless of brand or operating system.
Huawei has joined the HomeGrid Forum. As a Contributor Member, the company can participate in HomeGrid’s various working groups over a wide range of activities – from standards work, Compliance & Interoperability, to marketing and events.