January 19, 1999, a two-way pager company in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, by the name of Research In Motion released its latest model. Launched in Munich, Germany, it featured a monochrome screen, the device could receive push email from a Microsoft Exchange Server using its complementary
When I was a kid, Sears Department Stores would hold a day after Christmas sale called the "Almost Everything You Wanted But Didn't Get For Christmas Sale". They'd have great deals on things you wanted Santa to bring you, but didn't find in your stocking.
An early champion of connected cars, Ford introduced its first Sync system back in 2007, partnering with Microsoft. Since then, Sync has been rolled out in various iterations in roughly 10 million cars worldwide, according to the company. Some of those systems have been simple, text-based
If you've been looking to score a BlackBerry Passport but keep running into sold out messages at ShopBlackberry.com and other outlets then you might be in luck. App maker Sasha Kanthan, creator of Backup Pro is giving away a BlackBerry Passport October 31st.
The military has a term known as BLUF, Bottom Line Up Front. The acronym is used in briefings to give a commander the most critical information about an event or an operation right off the bat before the staff gets into the weeds about what’s going on.
Good news for frequent travelers like myself who utilize BlackBerry's Travel app, an update to this handy travel tool has just hit BlackBerry World. The update to version 18.104.22.168 includes the following changes and updates:
Ability to choose from multiple addresses when using the "Email