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
Last year, BlackBerry acquired Good Technology which included their Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform that is the foundation for the Good Collaboration Suite. BlackBerry has announced that they have completed another phase of the integration of the products to ultimately create the single, comprehensive management experience for enterprise administrators. In addition, BlackBerry has now made AtHoc available for Good Dynamics and new split billing solutions. Continue reading
Last week, BlackBerry announced that M1 has officially partnered with them for BlackBerry’s Enhanced SIM-Based Licensing (ESBL), and allow businesses to get easier access onto BES12. BlackBerry’s Enterprise Service (BES) is BlackBerry’s enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution for companies and organizations to use to manage their mobile deployment of their staff. With this in place, customers do not need to commit to an annual license, but instead, enjoy the flexibility of paying for only what they use on just one mobile bill. Continue reading
BlackBerry has started to push the latest OS update (AAF153) earlier this week and the update was between 1.2GB and 1.8GB depending on the OS that you are updating from. Some of you asked, how come the update is so big, especially when you are already on the Android Marshmallow update. Well, it is not only a software maintenance release, but it also patches a total of 29 vulnerabilities to the OS. Continue reading
Today is the first day of the Consumer Electronics Exhibition 2016 (CEE2016), held at Suntec City. For those of you who are looking to get some additional memory for your devices, do check out our microSD round up. Tonight, we have another Strontium card that is being pitted into our review – the Strontium Nitro microSD card. Continue reading
Nemory Studios just let us know that they have released a new variant of the Facebook application for BlackBerry 10 devices. This, is in addition, to their native application – Face10, as well as other competing Facebook applications available in the BlackBerry World. However, it is good to note that this is not meant to be a replacement for the native Face10 application though. Continue reading
Earlier today, Samsung unveiled their new highest capacity microSD memory card in the EVO+ lineup. Whilst we have not gotten a chance to try out this line up yet, its performance haven’t seem to be anything stellar from the EVO series yet. However, the claims that Samsung is putting on this particular 256GB microSD card is really interesting. Continue reading
Have an issue with the BlackBerry Priv’s OS? Or feeling itchy for some early marshmallow fun? Well, BlackBerry has updated the autoloader for the BlackBerry Priv to include to Android M update, so if you want to get it early, here it is!
Update: June Autoloader has been updated in this post!
After a rather short beta stint, BlackBerry today has announced the availability of the Android Marshmallow update (Android M) for the BlackBerry Priv device. The update will roll out in stages and will see full rollout as well as its arrival for local sets starting from May 3. For those whom have purchased from us for the US sets, the update should start rolling out tonight. Continue reading
Keeping in line with cutting edge, Lexar released their first UHS-II capable microSD card, that allows them to use an additional lane of connection pins to achieve faster speeds. This is one of the first few microSD’s sporting this additional set of pins, and whilst there are relatively little devices that are capable of using this just yet, Lexar also included a set of UHS-II capable microSD card reader that runs on USB 3.0. So just how much faster can this card go? Let us find out! Continue reading
BlackBerry announced that they were opening up the Beta for BlackBerry Priv Marshmallow update (beta) last week and opened the doors for registration. Now, they have confirmed in the Beta Zone that the beta OS will start rolling out to the first wave of registered testers later today (or tomorrow morning in our time) if you have registered successfully for the first wave. In addition, the OTA update requires you to have other functions turned on. Continue reading