Tag: Inside BlackBerry
This is an update from the version that was previously being tested in the BlackBerry Beta Zone. There’s been a few improvements made since the beta version which should enhance the app as we know it. The Inside BlackBerry blog posted an article about it and explains some of the new changes. Check it out…
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 [...]
In light of tiered plans, some carriers who don’t offer unlimited data or you’d rather use the lower data plan, there is another reason to love your BlackBerry even more: The DataSmart™ technology. What does that mean? Let’s take a look…
CES 2011 wrapped up today, and RIM posted up one final video about the BlackBerry PlayBook on their official blog, Inside BlackBerry. The video is with Product Manager Ryan Bidan who handled the BlackBerry PlayBook. Ryan answers frequently asked questions about the BlackBerry PlayBook, including questions like “Do you need a BlackBerry to enjoy the [...]
Inside BlackBerry, The Official BlackBerry Blog, announced the release of the updated version of Twitter for BlackBerry. Currently it is available in the BlackBerry App World in the test center as well. I had to download it and show some pictures as well as share some in depth explanation of the features and share some [...]
Inside BlackBerry, the Official BlackBerry Blog, announced that BlackBerry now has the BlackBerry Beta Zone and is currently accepting registration for new members. It is only open to residents of Canada, the U.S., and the U.K. at this time. If you’re interested in beta testing, read on.
From rolling the side, rolling the ball, to the new and updated trackpad, BlackBerry is advancing. The trackpad is replacing the trackball, and after the issues surrounding the Tour’s trackball, the trackpad is a welcomed and embraced improvement. We can thank Inside BlackBerry for Â the trackball’s science lesson.