RIM has been forced to move BlackBerry DevCon Asia to an alternate location, due to the extreme flooding in Thailand. Hit the break to see what RIM had to say about this issue.
We told you earlier this week, on Adobe’s push to rid development on mobile devices and televisions. But that in no way will stop RIM from continuing it flash support on the Blackberry Playbook, which does run flash, and does an excellent job at it, ahem Apple! RIM is focus on the future and a […]
So much went on at DevCon 2011 that you may have missed something. Fear not, there is a whole summary of the events after the break.
RIM has been doing a lot with the Hackathon events lately, and allowing the developers to show off all of the cool and upcoming things that they have been working on as of late. RIM released a few different videos showcasing the stories of some of the developers that have been involved in the hackathon […]
RIM stated at DevCon last week that the upcoming BlackBerry platform named BBX will not support Java. Alec Saunders, VP of Dev Relations and Ecosystem Development, released a statement detailing the reasoning behind to lack of Java support on the BBX platform.
Wikitude at BlackBerry DevCon Americas 2011: Interview with Martin Herdina
Interview with BlackBerry DevCon Americas 2011 speaker Jane McGonigal on gaming and “gamification”.
We have seen alot of new games released and or coming to the Blackberry Playbook from DevCon. And RIM is really pushing the envelope with BackBreaker! This is a very popular game for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Android, and iOS. I really have enjoyed playing this game and can’t wait to have it on my Playbook, the graphics […]
We are very excited about all of the news that is coming about from RIM, and with news and applications and games coming to the Playbook and soon to be the new BBX platform. One can only imagine, and see just where RIM is taking all of the new focus on the Playbook. Think about […]
TAT BlackBerry PlayBook Demo at DevCon showcases the power of the Playbook using USB on the go. With the USB connected, the Playbook is capable of showing a radar map. hit the break for the video
Interview with Aman Manik from Box about the Box from BlackBerry PlayBook app and the development realities of tablets and cloud storage at BlackBerry DevCon Americas 2011.
Interview with Seth Hitchings from Evernote Corporation about Evernote for BlackBerry PlayBook at BlackBerry DevCon 2011.
Interview with Chris Fleck, VP of Mobile Solutions at Citrix, about the recently released Citrix® Receiver for BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet, at BlackBerry DevCon Americas 2011.
There have been so many games to come and on the way to the Blackberry Playbook. Rovio popular maker of the Angry Birds game demos the Cut the Rope game at DevCon today. And once again the graphics look stunning, it is great knowing such apps and games are on the way to the Blackberry […]
We told you earlier today, that the Blackberry Playbook with its new BBX update comes about new HTML5 mobile applications. Well it seem that Salesforce is already getting an early start. They gave us a preview of their new application running in the Playbook browser and it looks great. They also included Groupon and BBM integration so you can go […]
We have seen leaked images of Blackberry Playbook update 2.o before. And, a few weeks ago we were granted the oportunity of getting a leaked version of the Android app player onto our Blackberry Playbook. The App Player was very technical and once it was loaded using some applications were great! And then when the […]
When I made my app for the PlayBook it was a very interesting experience. From setting up my PC to the programing to the packaging and signing. Each step very critical to work. At the time, there were only two way to develop; Java and Adobe AIR. Now it looks like they will be adding […]
The new OS 2.0 looks to be a bit different visually but seems like the functionality is still still here with the powerful QNX. PocketBerry has gotten some screen shots of the new Blackberry PlayBppk 2.0. Hit the break to see the screenshots.
Since it wasn’t mentioned in the BBX discussion, further info had to be investigated. And yes, Android Player Apps And Adobe AIR/Flash Apps Will run on the new BBX OS. hit the break for more info
TAT, The Astonishing Tribe was acquired by RIM and with the future of Blackberry Tablet OS which powers Blackberry Playbook and then new BBX OS. At DevCon Americas keynote TAT shows off even more applications that shall be soon available on the Blackberry Playbook. Check out the video!