As part of the BlackBerry Keep Moving Project, filmmaker director Robert Rodriguez is enlisting help from the public to appear in the short film by submitting a photo of themselves as one of the many missing person posters. He also needs help designing the film’s monster. Continue reading ‘Take Part in Robert Rodriguez’ Short Film: Two Scoops’
BlackBerry has announced the availability of new television content for US customers of the all-new BlackBerry Z10. The new shows come by way of deals with PBS, Univision and Viacom and include shows from Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Downton Abbey, and Spanish soap operas. Continue reading ‘BlackBerry Announces New US TV Content for BlackBerry 10 Launch’
Following in the successes of Film for BlackBerry, Cappow has announced that they’re launching a tablet version of their film information database for the BlackBerry Playbook. Film for Playbook is available for an introductory rate of $0.99.
Continue reading ‘Film for BlackBerry Playbook Launched’
Poynt now allows users to pair their BlackBerry smartphone to their BlackBerry Playbook Tablet. With the pairing, you can browse listings and maps on your roomy Playbook screen while initiating calls to businesses, adding contacts to the address book and more on your BlackBerry.
Poynt users can search for businesses, people, movies, events, restaurants, gas prices and weather information in their local area. When users locate a listing that interests them they can click to get a map, get directions, look up movie times, access movie trailers, browse restaurant reviews and book dinner reservations all within the Poynt app.
View the press release after the jump.