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.
In the United Kingdom we have a thing called the SPaG test. Unlike what the name suggests - the test isn't about the high standard of meat and pasta based meal recognition; but rather putting emphasis on children's knowledge on knowing the difference between what verbs, nouns, adverbs
I remember reading Games magazine in the late 70's and early 80's and loving the rebus puzzles they had. Some of them were easy and some of them were downright difficult. For those of you that don't know what a rebus is, it is a form of word play sometimes including images or positional
Augmented reality apps have always seemed so futuristic to me personally, and while the idea is brilliant, most of those apps fail to actually work as desired. Enter ARKick for BlackBerry 10 from Refocus Labs, which takes augmented reality to another level.
It's been a little while since I reviewed KalemSoft for BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry PlayBook, and I've heard from the developers that they have been working hard to make the app even better. After some extensive "testing" I'm happy to see that a lot of the niggles with the app have
One of my favorite apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook was Blaq. It was the first, and really only, Twitter client I have ever invest money in, and many agreed with me as it was one of the most downloaded apps ever on BlackBerry's Tablet OS.
Have you ever fumbled in a dark location to find the ports on your BlackBerry Z10? It's okay to admit you've got bad eyesight in the dark, I suffer from the exact same thing! Luckily FileArchiveHaven has developed an app called Night Ports to solve those dark night fumbles.