Tag: mobile

PhoneGap Bootcamp Is 2 Days of Converting Mobile Apps To Web

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PhoneGap Bootcamp is a project by Demian Borba (and I’m sure other collaborators) who is a Developer Envangelist at BlackBerry. PhoneGap Bootcamp is 2 days of intense training converting mobile apps using Cordova for iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10, focusing on single page apps and performance. It sounds like an awesome event and if you want it in your area, you can apply on their site.
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BlackBerry Messenger to be Released on Google Play and iTunes September 21st

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BlackBerry has announced that they’ll be releasing BBM for iOS and Android this Saturday September 21st. The much-copied mobile IM app has been a BlackBerry exclusive since it’s launch in early 2006. Continue reading ‘BlackBerry Messenger to be Released on Google Play and iTunes September 21st’

Vox Mobile VoIP App Coming to BlackBerry 10

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Vox is a mobile VoIP client for Android that will soon break out to other mobile platforms including BlackBerry 10. Expected to launch at the end of 2013 it looks like BlackBerry 10′s VoIP, IM, and video conferencing options are becoming plentiful. Continue reading ‘Vox Mobile VoIP App Coming to BlackBerry 10′

Microsoft to Migrate Over 100 Million Messenger Users to Skype

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Yesterday Microsoft emailed their millions and million of Messenger users letting them know that they plan to retire their IM service in two months time and migrate all their accounts over to Skype.
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LinkedIn for BlackBerry Updated to 2.1

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LinkedIn, the social networking site for professionals has updated their BlackBerry app. Version 2.1 boasts features normally only accessible on the LinkedIn website.
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Avery Alix of Popcap Talks Strategy in Free-To-Play Mobile Games

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This week Avery Alix of Popcap (the company that brought us Plants Vs Zombies) gave a talk at the Montreal International Game Summit about mobile and web revenue strategies when moving from the a paid model of selling video games to the free to play market.
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