BlackBerry may not be a household name, or at least anymore, but they’re still around, and thriving, thanks to the automotive industry (autonomous technologies, etc.), as well as licensing their many patents. The BB Network breaks away from the traditional smartphone design, and is actually a smart touchscreen nametag of sorts. Featuring RFID technology that can be used to clock in at work, syncing tasks, BBM Hub (Blackberry’s Slack), and even its own payment gateway. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“Another great feature is the Network�s Meeting Mode, a mode that lets your phone focus only on functionality, silencing all calls and notifications while you’re in a meeting. Putting your phone in the Meeting Mode also turns your phone into a multimedia device, allowing you to use it as a digital pointer, and to control presentations directly from within your phone,” according to Yanko Design.