Team BlackBerry, here’s an opportunity for you to help a fellow BlackBerry lover in need. Morten Lindstrom, developer and BB Elite, has been faced with some trouble – his wife,
BlackBerry recently launched the world’s first QWERTY phablet with a touch enabled keyboard. The response to the BlackBerry Passport has been quite astounding. However, what if BlackBerry released a high-end
The BlackBerry Passport has taken the tech industry by storm since it was released last month. John Chen’s aim of winning over the hearts of professionals has been accomplished, as
Developers that are interested in building their apps for the BlackBerry Classic will want to tune in to a special webcast the company is hosting on October 30th. This online
By now, over 200,000 people should be comfortable using a BlackBerry Passport. The Passport brings an innovative typing experience, blending the benefits of physical keys and the efficiency of them
Wearables are possibly the most out there gadgets we have seen in 2014. Google launched Android Wear, and soon after a ton of OEMs got on board to make smartwatches.
Twitter held their first ever developer’s conference, called Flight, this week, and unveiled a brand new service called Digits that they hope will revolutionize the way consumers handle their passwords.
Parrot, the popular voice recording application for BlackBerry 10, has been updated to version 2.3.1 and brings a bunch of new features, including a new look. Here’s what’s new: We’ve
Hot off the heels of the last 10.3.1 leak, users are now getting another. OS 10.3.1.938 has surfaced for all devices, but the download links for the Passport appear to
Last week we let you know that BlackBerry CEO, John Chen, had plans to speak at the Technologies That Matter series in Hong Kong. The event was hosted by BlackBerry