Archive for January, 2012
This was one of the interviews on the Inside BlackBerry Blog from CES, and while we weren’t able to be there, we can still learn what we missed. Alex Kinsella interviews Eric Wood about Electronic Arts games for the BlackBerry PlayBook and the game Plants vs Zombies which is coming soon to the PlayBook!
BlackBerry announced their winter contest on Twitter last month, and this week begins the January one entitled #JanuBerry. The only requirements are of course having a Twitter account which is free, following @BlackBerry, and being the tenth to answer the question they ask with the tag #JanuBerry. Easy enough right? What are the prizes and […]
I know we’ve fallen a bit behind in the coverage of CES, but one thing that did really irritate me was the TechCrunch interview. It shows some people truly believe that ignorance is bliss. Some media is being quick to criticize and paint an illusion, sharing only the negative points instead reporting of the whole […]
The official BlackBerry Messenger has been updated in the BlackBerry App World and it adds more features for you. If you haven’t updated by now, you can refresh “My World” in App World and see the update to download. What’s new?
Poynt is one of our fave apps, it’ll point you everywhere you want to go. It’s more than just a navigation app though, it allows you to look up businesses, restaurants, movies, and more. It works in tandem with your navigation apps and also has reverse call look up. Check it out..
Finally the updates have arrived. While there are three ways to install the update on your phone, it’s all about how comfortable you are. I learned one thing, if you have quite the few apps on your BlackBerry, you might want to consider backing up and freshly install. Here’s the scoop…
RIM just sent out a press release to let us know they’ll be showcasing BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 at CES 2012. The new PlayBook OS will bring the much anticipated native applications for email and contacts, as well social network integration. PlayBook OS 2.0 will also bring an awesome (and much needed) function to BlackBerry […]
RIM has kicked off CES 2012 with the announcement of BlackBerry 7.1 OS. BlackBerry 7.1 brings the same look and feel of BlackBerry 7, but bring NFC via BlackBerry Tags, Mobile Hotspot, and an FM Radio for the new Curve models. It is expected OS will begin rolling out over the next little bit from […]
A new round of BlackBerry OS 7.1 has been leaked for the Bold 9900, Torch 9810, and Torch 9860 smartphones. This latest version brings bug fixes and should enable the Mobile Hotspot feature on the Bold 9900 and possibily the other models, although we have not confirmed that yet. We’ve heard that .190 is running […]
I just saw this newly arrived in the BlackBerry App World, and since I have an inPulse watch I was happy to see it. The app is in the latest version in App World, and trust me, if you have the watch you want to be sure to have the latest version of the […]