It seems like BlackBerry phones are the negative target lately. I ran across an article by USA Today Tech entitled Tip: A Cautionary Tale of Syncing. The article concerns me, and I thought I would share the impression I got from it go over some basic email setup with our readers as well. ***Added test […]
It’s been a long time coming and I’m happy to report that RIM has finally launched the major BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 update. This new update brings much needed features like built-in email, contacts, and calendar, integrated social networking for Facebook, Twitter, and Linked In, updated BlackBerry Bridge with awesome features like remote control, which allows you […]
Developers: Submit Your Apps For the PlayBook OS 2.0 Launch by 2/6…and Submit by 2/13 for a PlayBook!
Time’s a ticking and both Inside BlackBerry and the Inside BlackBerry Developer’s Blog have set the date for February 6th. You still can port and submit your apps later, but to have them available at the time of OS 2.0, it must be submitted by February 6th. There’s another incentive too!
Any PlayBook owners out there who are running the Developer OS 2.0 beta know that installing Android apps is annoying (especially if you use a Mac). A reader at CB Forums has created a great PlayBook app that allows you to install Android BAR files over-the-air, simply by downloading the apps from the web browser, and […]
We are only about 8 days away from the BlackBerry Developers Conference, and it’s expected that RIM will unwrap their new QNX smartphone platform, which was rumored to be called BBX. Well it seems the BBX name might be a go. During the QNX Auto Summit in Japan, it seems the presentator left BBX, along […]
Just a few weeks ago, RIM made the announcement that the BlackBerry Tablet OS will have the potential to run Android apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. This is done basically by Android app developers porting their Apps into BlackBerry App World. Once the apps have been approved into App World then users will be […]
The Inside BlackBerry Blog, RIM’s Official BlackBerry Blog, has an article explaining their expanded app ecosystem and how it benefits both customers and developers. With the announcement of the “application players” that will be available in BlackBerry App World in the summer with a player for Android Apps followed by a player for Java Development […]
This just came hot off the press! RIM has announced they’re expanding their ecosystem for the BlackBerry Tablet OS by allowing Android applications, as well BlackBerry Java apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook. This is absolutely HUGE news for the PlayBook and its QNX based operating system. Android currently hosts over 200,000 apps, and this will […]
New rumors are floating around that RIM is already working on bringing their popular BBM instant messaging to other platforms, like Android and Apple iOS. BGR is reporting that RIM is already hard at work on an Android version of BBM, which would be huge for RIM. This would allow pretty any smartphone owner to […]
This is one of the best and most hopeful rumors of 2011 yet. BGR is reporting that RIM is working on different ways to bring Android apps to the QNX powered tablet OS found on the PlayBook, plus any future QNX powered BlackBerry smartphones. This could be absolutely huge for RIM if they could even […]
C-Section Comics posted an illustrated “poster” of the typical user of the iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android smartphones. It shows how they see themselves and how they’re seen by the other users. It’s pretty humorous so we had to share. I just had to wonder, where’s the Windows and Palm user? So what do you think […]
The folks at Driphter.com got some pretty sweet hands-on time with the BlackBerry 9800 running BlackBerry 6, and of course RIM’s new BlackBerry WebKit Browser. Check out how fast the new WebKit browser works over Wi-Fi. I think that this will actually give BlackBerry a fighting chance in the smartphone market when compared to iPhone […]