BlackBerry has announced the all-new BlackBerry Z30 smartphone. The flagship device breaks a lot of company records such as largest screen, biggest built-in battery, fastest processor and latest OS. Continue reading ‘Announcing the BlackBerry Z30: The Top of the Line All-Touch BlackBerry’
BlackBerry has a odd tradition of tapping star power to sell cutting-edge technology. It’s a big challenge to explain the features and benefits of something complex to a consumer market made up of a young and a less technically inclined audience. This time BlackBerry has enlisted the help of some extremly talented people: Robert Rodriguez, Neil Gaiman, and Alicia Keys. They’ll be leading the charge in ushering BlackBerry into an era where smartphones are the primary tools of the creative and the successful.
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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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RIM has been working on making sure the BlackBerry 10 browser works well with Facebook with the help of Facebook’s HTML5 Ringmark test suite. This will enable Blackberry 10 users to access more games and rich media while browsing Facebook from the browser.
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Gameloft has been a big supporter of BlackBerry throughout the legacy BlackBerry OS and at BlackBerry World, the company has announced its continued support. Gameloft has announced that a lineup of 11 games are coming to the BlackBerry 10 platform. The games are being optimized for the new platform using the BlackBerry® 10 Native SDK and includes games such as Shark Dash, N.O.V.A. 3: Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance, Ice Age Village and Oregon Trail: American Settler, and more.
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At the BlackBerry 10 Jam, developers are going to get a limited edition smartphone featuring a prototype of BlackBerry 10. The smartphone isn’t meant as a launch device for consumers, and it’s specifically meant so developers can test their applications on the device. So given that we know this is RIM’s strategy, what features should this smartphone have? Here are 5 features that we believe are important for developers to make great apps for the BlackBerry 10.
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