BlackBerry CEO John Chen has published his take on comments made by U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron after the recent terror attacks earlier this month in Paris. Mr. Chen’s article is spot on and makes perfect sense, but you be the judge and check it out below: In the wake of the Paris terror attacks […]
As this year moves forward we have seen a bunch of privacy concerns from the NSA to your everyday run of the mill smartphone. Today, WhatsApp has issued the below statement touching base on the privacy concerns of all of us users. Of course these concerns only really became relevant with the Facebook buyout. Check […]
BlackBerry just let us know about an article that was just published on the Inside BlackBerry Blog featuring Jeff Gadway head of product and brand marketing for BBM. Jeff explains the ways in which BBM has placed security at the forefront where other messaging apps have fallen short. He also reiterates BBM’s commitment to building […]
Jaime Sanchez is a cyber security consultant for Telefonica in Spain and he has uncovered a little tiny itsy bitsy problem with SnapChat… one that can crash an iPhone… no biggie *shrug* While SnapChat is quite a clever app that has time limits on pictures and videos there has been quite a lot of controversy […]
We have reviewed many Otterbox cases in the past so it is only fitting that we take a look at the Otterbox Defender case and Privacy screen protector for the BlackBerry Q10. I will start off by saying the Defender case has what we like to call the most superior protection for any mobile device. […]
Seems to be that there are more and more documents that people want to hide. Just last week we told you about the Stealth Book app, which is similar. Except Hide Files hides pictures, files and videos. Between password protect, Hide Files and Stealth Book, you should be able to keep your naughty pictures safe.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against Carrier IQ, manufacturers and carriers. The defendants in the case include Apple, Sprint, AT&T, Samsung and Motorola, also it has been confirmed that T-Mobile does, but does not include RIM. RIM has stated that they do not authorize the application Carrier IQ on Blackberry devices, nor authorized in carrier presale.