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Control Your PC or Mac with Splashtop Remote Desktop for BlackBerry 10

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Already on iOS, Android and the BlackBerry Playbook, Splashtop aims to be the premier remote desktop app for high-end smartphones and tablets. Splashtop has already announced that they’ll be supporting BlackBerry 10 making it easier than ever to control your Windows PC, Ubuntu Linux PC or Mac desktop from your soon to be released BlackBerry z10 device.
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Foursquare Post Yearly Milestones, Hosts Hackthon This Saturday

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Foursquare, the location-based social network has posted their yearly milestones. 2012 marked the launch of their logged-out explore feature on foursquare.com solidifying their title as the world’s most complete crowd-sourced city discovery guide.
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Our Top 5 BlackBerryCool Posts of 2012 Highlight A Key Problem: User Experience

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Today, we look back on a year’s worth of BlackBerryCool articles and see an obvious problem with legacy BlackBerry devices that RIM needs to address with BlackBerry 10 and beyond. The top 5 articles, in terms of traffic, are all related to customers having a bad user experience. According to our traffic, BlackBerry users in 2012 found their devices difficult to use, slow and complicated to set up. Now, this is purely based on traffic to our site and doesn’t necessarily reflect the total BlackBerry user population. But it does show that there is a large amount of users that are searching for tips on how to fix and set up their BlackBerrys. This needs to be fixed in 2013.
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RIM Launches the BlackBerry Curve 9315 With Dedicated BBM Button

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If there was any doubt that RIM would be supporting OS 7, it should help to know that even less than a month away from announcing BB10, RIM is still launching OS 7 devices. The BlackBerry 9315 is unique in that it’s incredibly affordable and comes with a dedicated BBM key. It looks like a device that would be popular in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, but it’s coming to T-Mobile USA. More details after the jump.
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Tell Developers to Port to BlackBerry 10 on Twitter at PortToBlackBerry10.com

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It’s pretty straight forward why developers choose to port their apps to a platform. The main reason is typically a business case. You look at your budgets, determine the porting costs, and guess at the revenue potential from porting. If costs are lower or equal to revenues, you port. There’s other reasons but typically this is the most important. As potential BlackBerry 10 users, a great way to show that there’s a market and potential revenue in porting, is to tell the developers ahead of launch with PortToBlackBerry10.com.
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ReadOnTouch PRO 4.0 Now Available for BlackBerry 10 and PlayBook

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ReadOnTouch PRO is a mobile reader app for BlackBerry 10 and PlayBook. Developed by Sven Ziegler, ReadOnTouch PRO has just hit version 4.0 and has been redesigned to support BlackBerry 10. Continue reading ‘ReadOnTouch PRO 4.0 Now Available for BlackBerry 10 and PlayBook’