Gregg Ostrowski Leaves BlackBerry for Samsung


One of BlackBerry’s best sources of talent in the enterprise mobility sector, Gregg Ostrowski, has left the company for Samsung as their new Global Enterprise Services Vice President.  Gregg was the senior

How the Smartphone of the Future will be Powered


Today, mobile devices require near-daily charging under typical usage.  This arises from the limitation of the battery size and drain from the components.  Even with my Z30, which has relatively

Poll: BlackBerry Classic vs. BlackBerry Passport?


Today, BlackBerry CEO John Chen revealed promising news about the company’s financials and showcased a couple of drool-worthy QWERTY devices that are expected to launch late this year.  One of the device

Project Ion: What it Means for BlackBerry and Us


Surely by now you’ve heard about the” cloud”.  To most, it’s some magical thing that stores and processes information for our convenience (and for a company’s profit).  Sure, Dropbox stores

Review: BlackBerry Express Beta


Being in the scientific community makes it necessary to make presentations.  I probably make one every couple weeks, relying on my PC to get a PowerPoint done and present my

HUB++ Gets Updated to In BlackBerry World

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The developers over at Devcellent Solutions Inc. have updated their popular HUB++ LED Notification app, bringing a host of new features and optimizations.  The app allows for complete customization of

Family Day Section Appears in BlackBerry World


Today is Family Day!  …Well, at least in South Africa, in the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Ontario, in the American states of Arizona and Nevada, inVanuatu, in Vietnam and (as “Family & Community Day”) in the Australian Capital Territory (thank you Wikipedia).  In