BlackBerry has touted their presence in emerging markets over the last few years. While market share in North America and Europe has gone the way of Android and iOS, BlackBerry has continued to prosper in markets like Africa. Recently Vodacom in South Africa released their numbers by mobile operating system, and there is no doubt [...]
During the keynote at BlackBerry Live this week BlackBerry announced that they were bringing BBM to iOS and Android. This announcement rocked the world as BlackBerry Messenger or BBM as it is commonly called has only been on BlackBerry. Some of the people we spoke with at Live had mixed reactions to the announcement. All [...]
With BlackBerry Live set to kick off on Tuesday, we will be flying into Orlando tomorrow to get all set up to bring you the most update BlackBerry coverage. Make sure you are following us on Twitter for photo’s from the event as well more information on BlackBerry Live 2013 and BlackBerry Jam 2013. As [...]
Some of you might have gotten the email from HootSuite stating that they would be releasing a new version of their popular Twitter client in the near future. Within the email they state that Twitter will be shutting down the 1.0 API that HootSuite uses to power their app. The date for the shut down [...]
Earlier today some features and information on the upcoming BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.1 got leaked out. Upon closer inspection Ronen over at Berryreview noticed something interesting for companies that run a BYOD policy for their employees. It looks like BES 10.1 will provide IT admins with the ability to set up a secure workspace within [...]
One of the huge benefits of BlackBerry 10 for enterprise customers is the addition of BlackBerry Balance. Now this really comes into play if your company follows a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy. However a BYOD policy can be a headache for IT admins if they are having to manage BlackBerry, iOS and Android [...]
Normally transferring all your precious data, apps and contacts from one BlackBerry to another is a simple task. Well with BlackBerry 10 it is a new operating system, and there are some new procedures that you might not be aware of. And for those of you coming back into the fold from Android or iOS, BlackBerry has you covered as [...]
BlackBerry BES 10 was officially released today, and in conjunction with that release the Mobile Fusion apps in both the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store were renamed. If you remember correctly the Mobile Fusion Client apps were built to allow users to use their personal devices remotely with the BlackBerry Enterprise Servers.
Holiday Photo Contest from RIM and NerdBerry!! Enter for a Chance to Win One of Two BlackBerry Prize Packs!!!
Here we are in December already… Where did the time go??? We here at NerdBerry want to celebrate the holidays in a HUGE way! Starting today and ending on December 23 we are going to be running a Holiday Photo Contest from RIM and NerdBerry!!! We have TWO BlackBerry prize packs up for grabs. The two [...]
With the launch of BlackBerry 10 getting closer and closer, RIM is doing everything they can to make it easy for developers. Today they have posted the guidelines for how to port iOS and Android NDK apps over to BlackBerry 10.
Tired of your wireless carrier? Traveling Abroad and don’t want to pay outrageous international fees? Want to switch to a new carrier, but you don’t want to buy a new BlackBerry? Why not unlock your BlackBerry to use it on another network? We offer unlock codes for all the major carriers from T-Mobile to Sprint! [...]
Just yesterday RIM released Mobile Fusion 6 Service Pack 1, this morning BerryReview noticed the the Mobile Fusion Client for iOS was also updated to v126.96.36.199. While seeing the iOS updated I decided to check the Google Play Store and sure enough the Mobile Fusion client for Android was recently updated on July 20th.
With the new release of the Blackberry SDK for the Blackberry 10 platform, RIM has really been pushing for development, the relationship between RIM and Developer has made thing easier for both parties. At the BlackBerry 10 Jam software developer conference in Toronto Thursday, Martyn Mallick, vice-president of global alliances and business Development at Research [...]
Mobile Link Thinking back to the keynote from Blackberry World in which Nerdberry was surely in attendance, RIM showcased off the new features of what is to be and come about onto all new Blackberry 10 devices keyboards. The new Blackberry 10 gave us a small glimpse of how the awesome keyboard that would use predictive text by placing words [...]
Blackberry Mobile Fusion is an enterprise centered product that allows mobile device management from a single interface, administrators can use common management tasks for the BlackBerry Device Services, to maintain several devices within a business network.
We’ve all wondered at some point whether our beloved BlackBerry Messenger would one day make its way to other operating systems such as iOS or Android. It looks as if this shift in the smartphone world has begun. Recently, pictures emerged showing BBM on a screen that is much like the HTC Wildfire, obviously not [...]
Remember a few months ago when we told you that the US government was planning to phase out BlackBerry handsets and start utilizing Android and iOS?
Earlier today RIM launched BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, just a few moments after they released the press release they launched client applications for both iOS and Android! Hit the break for more!