The BlackBerry Developers Conference (DevCon) kicked off this morning with RIM’s official announcement of BBX, the next-generation operating system from Research In Motion. BBX combines the best of BlackBerry and QNX and will bring this OS to BlackBerry smartphones, tablets, and embedded devices. Along side with the BBX announcement, RIM announced that the PlayBook OS [...]
RIM sent out a press release earlier this morning to introduce BlackBerry Tag, a easy way to share multimedia and contact information between NFC-enabled BlackBerry smartphones with a simple tap. BlackBerry Tag will be available shortly for BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 and Curve 9350/9360/9370 owners. Key features of BlackBerry Tag: BlackBerry Tag enables effortless ‘tap to share’ exchanges [...]
As the BlackBerry Developer’s Conference approches later this month, it is expected we will get a look at RIM’s upcoming QNX-powered Smartphone operating system. The QNX OS will be similar to the “Tablet OS” which is currently found on their PlayBook tablet. The latest rumor of the block is that RIM plans to introduce the QNX-powered OS [...]
RIM Announces Distribution Agreement for BlackBerry Solutions Targeted at Small to Mid-Sized Businesses in the U.S.
RIM and Tech Data Announce Distribution Agreement for BlackBerry Solutions Targeted at Small to Mid-Sized Businesses in the U.S. TDMobility Operated through Tech Data and Brightstar Joint Venture to Offer Value-Added Resellers a Single Source for BlackBerry Devices, Software and Support Services Research In Motion (RIM) and Tech Data Corporation today announced a new agreement [...]
The BlackBerry Developers Conference kicks off on October 18th and it sounds like we will have some very exciting new things to play with. During the Investors Call today the RIM execs talked about some upcoming software updates for the PlayBook, the future of QNX smartphone OS, and the BlackBerry Video Store. I’m very excited [...]
Earlier this morning, BlackBerry Bridge was updated to version 18.104.22.168 and its now available in BlackBerry App World. Normally when the Bridge application updates, an official PlayBook OS update follows. So with any luck we might see a PlayBook OS update later this evening. Some interesting rumors are floating around that we might even get [...]
We first saw BBM Music several months ago and then lots of rumors have been floating around ever since. Well BBM Music is finally rolling into the BlackBerry Beta Zone. BBM Music is a cloud based music service which allows you to share up to 50 songs per month and choose from millions of songs [...]
Canadians have been the inventors of many things we’ve come to enjoy in our everyday lives such as Ginger Ale, Insulin, lawn sprinklers, and even the every day garbage bags. The Canadian Post has chosen to honor the first electric oven, first electric wheelchair, the first cardiac pacemaker, and RIM’s BlackBerry! Check it out…
An eighteen year old from Essex was charged with using BBM to encourage others to take part in the riot. While one of the first, there’s also a Southampton man, aged 27, who was also charged for the same thing. What are the details?
Thanks to the BerryReview team who attended the hackathon, we were able to see and read some great and interesting information regarding the BlackBerry Messenger platform. It’s good to know that the BlackBerry Messenger is still thriving. At the NYC Hackathon Tyler Lessard, VP of BlackBerry Alliances & Developer Relations, shared some numbers. Check it out…
RIM announced Friday that Sprint was cancelling the 4G BlackBerry PlayBook but will continue to sell the WiFi enabled BlackBerry PlayBook, much to disheartened Sprint customers. There is a silver lining however, as BlackBerry announced the BlackBerry PlayBook will be released in an LTE version. Check it out…
The London Riots that have been going on in England and the BlackBerry Messenger is allegedly one of the ways they were communicating. RIM posted a response saying they felt impacted by it and would do all they can to assist the police. TeaMpOison hacked the Inside BlackBerry website with their response. Check it out…