Earlier this week we were excited to launch the OS 7.1 update for BlackBerry 7 smartphones. Here at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show I caught up with Annu Dawar, Sr Product Manager for BlackBerry 7, to give us an in-depth insider perspective on all things BlackBerry OS 7.1.
Cut The Rope game for the Playbook was shown at CES briefly. Zepto Lab’s has already released it for Android and iOS and now you can have it on your Playbook. hit the break for the video!
Looks like there is going to be a Print To Go app on the Playbook OS 2.0. RIM showed off the app at CES 2012 and someone was smart to film it. hit the break to see the video and the app in action!
Most application developers are starting to lean towards HTML5, RIM made an announcement last year sometime that they will also start to implement HTML5 into the applications that are available on the Playbook. Here is a video featuring Sheridan Ethier that discusses how HTML5 and QNX work function within infotainment systems in today’s cars. Hit […]
CES is this week and TechCrunch visited the BlackBerry Booth. There were quite a few underlying jabs directed at RIM during this interview.
A new 3D game from Clap Foot Games has been released for the BlackBerry PlayBook: Battle through dangerous arenas and become the Tank Hero! Fast paced 3D tank action on your BlackBerry PlayBook. Take out your enemies with cannons, heat seekers, and howitzers. Battle against cunning enemies and become the Tank Hero!
This is a neat little interactive video, where you get to pick what happens next. It’s not in english but watching the video you can figure out what’s going on. It’s cool to see how people on the other side of the world use their Blackberries. hit the break for the video!
It’s been a while since the moon project has been mentioned. To recap, the group has plans to take the Playbook to the moon via a space vehicle controlled by the Playbook. Hit the break for the video!
The BlackBerry PlayBook gets shown off in Jennifer Lopez Dances for Marc Anthony in Q’Viva: The Chosen Trailer. We all know how much JLo loves her BlackBerry products!
Solar Impulse is the first plane to operate without fuel, on solar power, day or night. For the time being, it can only carry one passenger, but I think it is a promising invention that they can fly a plane on no fuel. hit the break for a video!
Check out this extensive collection of videos from Blackberry DevCon Asia 2011. With topics ranging from Blackberry Jam to games on the Playbook, DevCon was really didn’t miss a thing! hit the break for the videos
Keynote session at DevCon Asia 2011 followed by an interview with Greg Wade, Regional Managing Director, East Asia, RIM, at BlackBerry DevCon Asia 2011. Hit the Break for the video!
Check out this video showing the Android Market, Android Native Email and Google Apps on the Playbook. hit the break for the video!
Watch as the Philippine Blackberry Developer Group get together for their first major technical session. Hit the break for the video!
I guess Aliens love to steal milk in Sweden? Check out this humorous video, they explain how it works. A clever way to use the Playbook hands down! Hit the break for the video!
We just saw a great commercial from RIM which shows how powerful BBM is when communicating with others to meet up for a bike rally. Hit the break for the video!
With the release of the new Blackberry Curves, the final of the Blackberry 7 OS devices, RIM is pushing and showing off somegreat features of Blackberry OS 7 and BBM Auguement Reality features. They have done a great job with this new commercial called, “Night Bikes.” I really like this commercial and it is definitely worth watching […]
Last week the last of the os7 devices were announced by RIM, and it looks like another consumer event for these devices will be held in Indonesia on the 25th of December.
Epic Applications just released thier newest game to app world called Word Farm. This game is similar to WordMole with a few changes. The basic premise of the game is to find as many words as possible before the sun goes down. More information after the break…