Monthly Archive for September, 2012Page 3 of 9

Ka-Glom Remixed in HD for BlackBerry Playbook

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Rediscover Magmic’s hit line-clearing puzzle game Ka-Glom with their brand new HD version for Playbook. The latest HD remix features all the same play action as the original Ka-Glom but with all-new graphics tailored to high resolution screens.
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Dev Relations: “File Release Denied” Shouldn’t Delay BlackBerry App Submissions

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If you’ve submitted your BlackBerry app to App World and it supports many different devices and OS versions, you’ve almost certainly come across “File Release Denied” at one point or another. It’s something I’ve come across many times submitting an app and since it’s BlackBerry Jam time in San Jose, it seems like a great opportunity to bring up a solution to this problem.
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5 Hilarious Videos That Put the iPhone 5 in Perspective

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So the iPhone 5 is out and while sales are amazing, the feedback doesn’t seem all that great. The new iOS Maps feature is giving some people headaches, especially when it comes to directions, and Siri has been a pain for many. Let’s take a moment and watch some hilarious videos that put the new iPhone in perspective.
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BlackBerry Jam Conference in San Jose is More Apps Less Games

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We’re at BlackBerry Jam in San Jose, California and there’s something interesting about the session catalogue: a total lack of anything ScoreLoop related and very little about gaming. This is probably a conscious decision on the part of RIM as BlackBerry World was almost too much gaming and the company may have gotten some flack from app developers about it. It would have made sense for RIM to be a little more open about the fact that this is not a gaming related conference, and that the focus will be on utility-style apps.
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Rogers Dealer Wireless Express Discontinues BlackBerry 9810

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We’re not sure what to really make of this but the BlackBerry 9810 has been discontinued by Wireless Express, one of the largest distributors of Rogers wireless devices in Canada. The 9810 is the upgrade to the Torch and runs OS 7, making it a relatively new device and an odd choice of device to discontinue.
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WordClock for BlackBerry Makes the Perfect Desk Clock

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Many BlackBerry users keep their smartphone or tablet as a full-time mini display for their desk. If you’ve got a charging cradle for your BlackBerry, display the time using the most stylish method available: WordClock.
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