Rim has finally released the Gold release of the BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps and Plug-in for Android Development Tools for BlackBerry 10. New API support and major features for BlackBerry 10 include: Calendar Event Creation – Intent support to create a calendar event using the native BlackBerry 10 app. Camera and Camera Flash API […]
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.
Devs in the UK, are you wanting to develop your app for BlackBerry 10, need help getting your idea off the ground? Got an Android, iOS or an Qt app that you want to port the new mobile computing platform? Got a new HTML5 app that BlackBerry 10 users are in dire need of? Well look […]
While the title sounds a bit brash hear me out. RIM could have struck up a deal with Android/Google to give us support to Google Play Store on our PlayBooks. Instead they built in a half-ass Dalvik runtime that essentially emulates the Android environment. Why? We know RIM is tracking the source of Android and is planning […]
App for iPad, Android, and BlackBerry devices will improve information gathering after disasters, says app development firm, RunMobile. “The app integrates to device cameras and GPS technology for precise mapping of disaster damage.” Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) November 12, 2012 RunMobile, an app development and mobile device management firm, has been awarded a contract by UT-Battelle, […]
Mobile Link The release of the new BlackBerry 10 devices is still a few month away, but one of the things that we have seen on the new BlackBerry Dev Alpha Devices, B and A, is the lock screen. It really is a great lock screen and I like the scrolling action of the BlackBerry […]
RIM has had their nose to the proverbial grinding stone as of late to get everything in place with the release of BB10 on the horizon. RIM is making sure that the app catalog is chock full of different options that will appeal to the various users out there. In the mean time GameResort has […]
One of the biggest selling points of BlackBerry 10 is that it is built off of the QNX microkernel. This fact comes into play for multiple scenarios, however it is truly beneficial when it comes to security, and especially how it will help BlackBerry 10 avoid any of the security issues we see on Android. […]
A while back we told you about the Royal Canadian Mint’s MintChip Challenge. The challenge was for “the software development community to create innovative software applications utilizing their MintChip technology.” In other words, come up with a mobile payment app.
WebReader RSS News Reader for BlackBerry PlayBook is a revolutionary and powerful tool that will keep you informed about all the news in your related business field. You do not need to scan different websites for the information you are looking for anymore. With the help of the rss reader, you will get all the required information in […]
There is no doubt that Android and iOS rule the mobile the world, and that the real fight is for who can hold onto that number three slot. After holding the BlackBerry Jam Americas keynote and showing off all the new BlackBerry 10 features, RIM CEO Thorsten Heins made it clear that BlackBerry 1o wanted […]
Indonesia has long loved the Blackberry, but Android is slowing taking over with a 52% market share. Android has been coming out with more affordable devices and a bigger variety so it’s not surprising that people are looking for other phones to buy. RIM only seems to put out a few handsets a year and […]
Let’s get real here for a second…. Not everyone you know uses a BlackBerry. As troubling as that may be, it is reality and it poses a very real problem of how one is to BBM someone who isn’t in the inner circle. There are a ton of cross-platform messaging apps out there, some are […]
[polldaddy poll=6494552] I have been posed a question from one of our all-time readers and I answered but got me thinking. The question: Could you add some Android news to your website on a daily basis? I replied no, we cannot as this is a BlackBerry ONLY website. This did get me thinking though, so […]
RIM has been pushing the envelope to get more and more developers on board as well as extending their strong support to business with security and device collaboration, even if those devices don’t come in a Blackberry flavor, with Mobile Fusion. To give you more insight on how Mobile Fusion can help improve your business, RIM is continuing their […]
Everyone has said that RIM’s future is looking slim especially with North American customer/carriers. This may change if the rumors that are coming out of the AT&T camp are true.
If there is one thing that BlackBerry fans is good at, it’s coming up with some awesome concepts of what the next generation of BlackBerry devices may look like. The first concept is title Phoenix HD, and it comes from Crackberry forum member Shad K. It shows off what is basically a BlackBerry 10 Dev […]
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 v188.8.131.52. 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.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins did an interview with CBC’s Metro Morning radion show today and he had some interesting things to say about his view of the company at the moment. Heins stated “there’s nothing wrong with the company as it exists right now… I’m not talking about the company as I, kind of, took it […]
Google’s Director of Android User Experience, Matias Duarte Willing to Work with RIM on Android QWERTY Devices
Just this morning we told you how RIM could partner with Microsoft with BB10 Delay.To add more fuel to the fire Google’s Director of Android User Experience, Matias Duarte, let ABC News know: “If RIM wanted to work on Android devices, I would really welcome that. They clearly make great physical keyboards.”