Canadian retailers have begun taking pre orders for the all new BlackBerry Q10. The perfect phone for executives will feature BlackBerry’s famous world class keyboard, a high resolution square touchscreen, high battery capacity and lightweight materials. Continue reading ‘BlackBerry Q10 Canadian Pre Orders Start’
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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Zagg is at CES 2012 showing off their new Universal Keyboards that work with any Bluetooth-enabled devices including the BlackBerry PlayBook. One of the downsides is that the media keys won’t function on the PlayBook because they are for iOS and Android only. Too bad.
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I was recently sent a Bluetooth Keyboard for the PlayBook by The Next Success and TotallyTablet. A Bluetooth keyboard is coming officially from RIM, and it’s great to see Next Success bring one to market this fast. I’ve used the keyboard for over a week and this review breaks down whether it’s a good investment.
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Today at the BlackBerry Innovation Forum, RIM gave a demo of the native email, contacts and calendar functionality on the BlackBerry PlayBook. We can’t yet post video of the demo but we do have screenshots of the demo and we can answer questions you may have (assuming the answers were discussed).
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Patents aren’t proof that RIM will be implementing anything but they’re fun to use as talking points. A recent patent filed by RIM shows a BlackBerry using a rotating keyboard, allowing the user to go from landscape keyboard to keypad. The schematics for the device make it look pretty ugly, but a rotating keyboard could be really useful. On the Torch for example, there are moments where you wish you could type on a physical keyboard without having to use the virtual keyboard.
Do you think the rotating keyboard idea looks cool or is it just awkward?
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