Former RIM Senior Director of Global Developer Relations and friend to BBOS, Mike Kirkup, talks with Canadian News Network, CTV, about RIM's current situation and how this has affected the Waterloo community where they are headquartered. Mike
This years Pwn2Own competition will be co-sponsored by RIM. The annual event will take place September 19-20, at the EUSecWest security conference in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The contest is one of the premier hacking events that come up throughout the year.
Earlier this month, we posted a BlackBerry 10 Roadmap for 2013. It seems that a few images of one of those devices, BlackBerry 10 inch PlayBook "Blackforest", have leaked online today via Tinthe, a Vietnamese tech site.
The images provided showed a teardown, where we are able to distinguish a 7,250 mAh battery housed in a slim 10-inch frame, a 4G SIM holder
Slacker keeps improving the content available within their station offerings. Just last week, they announced that they'd be adding public radio programming from American Public Media to their offerings. This means you'll be able to now enjoy customizable versions of Marketplace and The Current.
A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned in an article that I had noticed that Omar Vizquel was a Team BlackBerry member. I had tweeted him, asking what phone model he used. His reply surprised me when he said, "9700. Update me."
Over 12,000 BlackBerry and Globe users gathered last July 11, for the party of a lifetime - the Nicki Minaj: Pink Friday Tour in Manila. The event was organized by BlackBerry and Globe Telecom to show appreciation for all the support
New leaked slides have surfaced showing what appears to be new information regarding BBM on BlackBerry 10. The slides show a rich new user interface complete with an easy to use navigation panel. The information tells us that RIM is looking to clean up the UI to allow for easier
If you have found yourself part of the growing trend of RIM naysayers, your're not alone. Many have jumped ship and moved to other mobile platforms. However the medias mass doom and gloom reports have been less than stellar, and many times simply ill-informed. Yes, there have been
It seems news about the PlayBook is buzzing lately. On the heels of the recent rumor of a PlayBook 4G launch on July 31st, we've now received word that RIM is preparing the PlayBook OS 2.1 rollout. As mentioned with when the PlayBook OS 2.1 beta build was released, many of the final features were left out of the beta build, but we now have a full
The proof of an upcoming PlayBook OS 2.1 launch keeps on coming. As we mentioned in our July 31st rumoured launch, Video Store Canada For PlayBook would become available. Well, it seems that with a bit of searching in App World that Video Store Canada has now launched. This is great news as it is proof that RIM is
Today on the Inside For BlackBerry for Business Blog RIM CIO Robin Bienfait sat down for a wide-ranging Q&A which reflected the variety of questions RIM has heard directly from its enterprise customers. Among other topics, Robin touches on the future of RIM and what it means to RIM’s customers; partnering with enterprise customers to allow some organizations to take an early look at BlackBerry 10, RIM's leadership in protecting enterprise data, and BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. Continue reading to check out the entire Q&A conducted by Luke R:
BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac has just been updated to v188.8.131.52! With this update comes support to be able to synchronize your media files, backup and restore your data, and update software on BlackBerry PlayBook tablets running OS 2.1, PlayBook 4G and BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha. Next time you fire up your DS for Mac, be sure
After a few months in Beta Zone, BlackBerry Desktop Software v7.1 has officially released today.
We are currently not seeing any changelog, but we've heard that it does improve syncing capabilities and added support for BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha/PlayBook 4G software updates. I've personally used the version found in
Verizon Wireless has just released a list of more cities and areas that are now covered under their 4G LTE service. It's nice to see that some of these areas being covered now are mid sized and smaller towns. This is a great sign that 4G is not too far off from reaching all areas