More slides showing off BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) on BlackBerry 10 have leaked into the interwebs!! TAT Cascades has compleatly renovated BlackBerry Messenger for BlackBerry 10, this renovation comes in the form of UI and UX overhaul. Certain features will be out of sight and out of mind until swipe gestures activate them.
We have seen lots of leaked goodness on BlackBerry 10 this week and now we have even more information. The rumor floating around now is that the N-series will be very similar in size to the Bold 9790. The BlackBerry 10 N-series will NOT I repeat NOT have a TrackPad.
One question that has been on the minds of many people is what will BBM look like on BlackBerry 10? Well we know have an idea of what it will look like running on the BlackBerry 10 devices. According to the internal document RIM is now going to support themes in BBM for a very […]
With more of these leaked slides, we get a quick look of what the Blackberry 10 home screen as well as the new Blackberry 10 media player will look like. The slides show how the running applications will be seen on the home screen for quick and seemless multitasking.
Slides continue rolling in showing off more new features to come about in BlackBerry 10. This new slides off just how awesome the new Clock application will look on upcoming Blackberry 10 devices.
As an Android user we are accustom to lock screens that will let you do multiple things from taking a photo to launching an application. Well it looks like the BlackBerry 10 lock screen may be able to accompany some of those features!
Well the deep integration we all want is apparently coming in BlackBerry 10 along with what looks like an all white BlackBerry 10 device! The leaked slides show the Facebook and Twitter application running on the BlackBerry 10 device.
Slides showing a new feature in BlackBerry 10 have recently leaked out. This new feature shows off Screen Sharing in BlackBerry 10! The Screen Sharing feature is said to allow you to show what is on your screen during a messaging of video call.
RIM has completed their webcast from today and unfortunately I was unable to attend. Berry Review was able to get some info on BlackBerry Mobile Fusion posted.