Monthly Archive for August, 2011Page 5 of 14

Take A Look At What’s Going On in The World of Apps

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Each week, we like to show you what’s happening on the other major platforms for fun and, from a developer’s perspective, to get an idea of what the other audiences are looking for in terms of smartphone applications and games. Check out what’s new this week on iOS, Android, and BlackBerry devices.
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RIM Launches Closed Beta of Native SDK for QNX Tablet OS

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Things are moving along with the QNX transition over at RIM as the company has today announced a closed beta of the Native SDK for the Tablet OS. This version of the SDK is targeting game developers and will allow them to code in a C/C++ environment and take advantage of a deeper API set. Click through to read more about the SDK.
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Crazy Taxi by EA Now Available for Curve, Bold, Style, Tour and Torch

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EA is making a huge push into the BlackBerry space. The company is bringing everything from retro titles to the latest console games and we now have Crazy Taxi, originally by Sega. Crazy Taxi is a great arcade game that has made its way to mobile and is now available for your BlackBerry. The game is a lot of fun and has you driving around the city in search of more fares and cash. You have to pick up and drop off as many fares as you can while exploring the open-world racing environment.

Check out Crazy Taxi by EA at Bplay.

Guardly Free Personal Security App Goes Live in App World

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Right on the heels of SmrtGuard announcing it has released its panic button feature as a standalone app, Guardly is now available in App World. Keep reading to learn more about this app.
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BlackBerry Developer Conferences Held Globally: San Fran, Bangkok and Amsterdam

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This year, the BlackBerry Developer Conference is going global with events being held in San Francisco, Bangkok and Amsterdam. Bangkok is an interesting choice because we would have expected Indonesia, but it’s probably a better place to meet in terms of cost and airport travel. Amsterdam has become an alternative, indie developer scene in recent years with the launch of a conference called Appsterdam. RIM is looking to capitalize and this and attract more devs to the platform. Read on for more details about these events.
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5 Hands-On Videos of the New BlackBerry Curve 9360

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Today, RIM announced the BlackBerrry Curve 9360, 9560 and 9370 devices. These devices form the latest BlackBerry 7 Curve, which for easy blogging purposes we can call the Curve 5. Videos have started popping up from a UK event and carriers are all giving a tour of the device that they’ll be selling on their network. Read on to see in-depth videos of the latest Curve to see what’s literally in store for you.
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