Earlier, we started off explaining the various microSD terminology to you guys and explained that we will be benchmarking the 13 various microSD against one another. So here’s the summary and rounding up of the best microSD’s for normal day to day usage, as well as for use in the mobile device! Continue reading
So BlackBerry has been working hard to prepare the next up coming device for launch and as Google’s web cache has caught it, they specifications and image was up on BlackBerry’s website. It seems like DTEK50 is its retail name (sounds worse than BlackBerry Neon or Hamburg – I know!) and will come with Android Marshmallow OS out of the box. Check out the whole specifications here! Continue reading
I am sure many of you reading this would have heard that BlackBerry is getting ready to launch a new smartphone soon within the next few days. The device is expected to be available somewhere in the world in August with full rollout slowly later. This is a full-touch mid-range device and has had the name Hamburg, Neon and now, DTEK50. To add on the excitement of the impending launch, it seems like BlackBerry’s (online) partner has readied the accessories for sale on their site and there are a few to choose from. Continue reading
Today, BlackBerry has announced yet another partnership with Microsoft. This partnership allows BlackBerry’s Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform to be available on Microsoft Azure cloud service. This will help to enable companies to better and have a easier access and time to use and collaborate with to help increase its adoption and provide security to the growing number of businesses using enterprise cloud environments such as Microsoft Azure. Continue reading
We have taken a look before at SanDisk cards, such as the 64GB and 128GB cards and even announced the availability of the 200GB last year. Now, we have gotten a hands on a 200GB microSD card from SanDisk and I am hoping that this performs better than that of the 128GB. So let’s get started on SanDisk’s largest capacity microSD card now! Continue reading
At the Annual General Meeting earlier, BlackBerry showcased this corporate video that one of the UX designer’s made. It was made totally in house and it surely hits the right notes! Check it out! Continue reading
Earlier this week at the BlackBerry Security Summit 2016, BlackBerry made a couple of announcements, about winning contracts with the U.S. Senate and U.S. Coast Guard. With the U.S. Senate and U.S. Coast Guards opting for BlackBerry AtHoc software, it is clear that BlackBerry’s software push is bringing some serious business. Check the full release after the break. Continue reading
Today we have another Strontium MicroSD card up for review. This is Strontium’s lowest-tier microSD card and also their lowest capacity card available. Let us take a look at how this stands against its larger capacity and faster rating siblings. Continue reading
Pokémon Go, the augmented reality mobile game from Nintendo and developer Niantic Labs, is out now for both iOS and Android in select countries (at this point of time, only Australia). This, however, means that Pokémon fans will also be able to play it on your BlackBerry Priv! This game, builds on the success of Google’s Niantic Lab’s game – Ingress. For those who haven’t heard of it, it is essentially a argumented reality game, in which it uses your smartphone’s camera and sensors, as well as location-based algorithms, to place pokémon in the real world. Continue reading
BlackBerry has started to push the latest OS update (AAF518) and the size is just 30-50MB big.
Unfortunately, the changelog is not out yet, but we will update as soon as it is available. We expect to see updates to the apps soon!
Update: the changelog is now available!
Today, BlackBerry has announced its formal partnership with PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi Tbk. (Emtek), which is an Indonesian based company. Emtek, is Indonesia’s second largest media group, and with this, BlackBerry aims to provide users with more content and services. Whilst the specific financial information is not available, part of the agreement, Emtek’s digital content division KMK Online will also open a Toronto office so it can work more closely with the BlackBerry. Continue reading