Monthly Archive for September, 2011Page 5 of 10

BlackBerry Bold 9980 Porsche Knight With QNX Please

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There is a lot of talk about the BlackBerry Bold 9980 R4 Porsche Knight aka the longest named BlackBerry ever. Screenshots have been coming out lately from a site called MaxPDA, which is the same site that claimed this would be the first QNX BlackBerry. Rumor points to the first QNX device being a full touchscreen device, which we’re apprehensive about because RIM has had a history of making really bad all-touch devices. More after the jump.
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YellowPages App Updates With Local Deals Feature

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Before we talk about the YellowPages app, let us say “please get rid of your giant waste of space YellowPages book.” Does anyone know what purpose that big yellow book serves other than as a door-stop? The future of YellowPages is web and mobile and the BlackBerry app has taken a huge step in the right direction by adding local deals. Hit the jump for more details.
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Carbyn Demos an HTML5-Based OS on the PlayBook and iPad

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An HTML5-based OS is a pretty cool idea when you consider that the browser is the ultimate-cross platform app. Carbyn’s HTML5 OS comes complete with an App Store that allows anyone with an HTML5 app to deploy to the Carbyn OS store. Hit the jump for more details.
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App Developers Conference and Hackathon Invitation with $400 Discount Code

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If you’re going to be at the BlackBerry Developers Conference, you may want to hang around for a while and check out the App Developers Conference and Hackathon in Santa Clara, taking place October 26-27, 2011 in Santa Clara. The conference addresses key components of app development, marketing and revenue on mobile devices and tablets. ADC should also be a good networking event for anyone looking to hire developers. More details after the jump including a $400 discount code.
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Got an App Idea? Try Prototyping Your App With Keynotopia

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One of the great things about the mobile industry is that people are constantly coming up with new app ideas. How often have you encountered an everyday life problem and thought: “I should make an app that solves this problem.”? Keynotopia is a new startup that lets you create prototypes with simple drag and drop tools, and even lets you test your app. More info after the break.
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MyMusicCloud Offers Free Cloud-Based Music Streaming and Sync App

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There are a ton of apps out there that are looking to be the go-to app for your music in the cloud. RIM has recently released the BBM Music Service which allows you to have 50 songs in the cloud for $5 per month. Recently, MyMusicCloud has announced a freemium cloud-based music service that could be a good alternative. Continue reading after the jump.
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