If you happened to visit the BlackBerry web storefront today, you saw that it now has a new name. It’s called BlackBerry World, previously known as BlackBerry App World. Over the next few weeks, BlackBerry customers will also see the new name on BlackBerry PlayBook, followed by BlackBerry smartphones. The BlackBerry World storefront seeks to offer a sleeker experience to allow customers to discover incredible apps to personalize their BlackBerry smartphone and PlayBook tablet. Continue reading
RIM and Appcelerator are working together to offer developers a unique opportunity to port their apps with Appcelerator’s Titanium platform and be rewarded for their efforts. The first 100 Appcelerator developers will receive a BlackBerry® Dev Alpha test device once their applications have been submitted for review on BlackBerry World. Up to 10,000 developers will receive one year of free Appcelerator Cloud Services and Analytics once their apps are approved and up for sale on BlackBerry World! Continue reading
BlackBerry announces Singapore’s Port-a-thon game development event. Similar to the recent BlackBerry Hackathon, this aims to bring experienced developers with current applications of their own over to the BlackBerry 10 platform. Developer’s, especially game developers will be glad to see this! Continue reading
In the build up to the global BlackBerry 10 launch on January 30, Research In Motion (RIM) announced opportunities and incentives to further drive momentum among developers at its BlackBerry Jam Asia event in Bangkok today. Starting today, developers will be learning and taking a first hand look at the latest concepts from RIM. Additionally, RIM is also fulfilling their earlier promise that they are committed to Thai developers as they moved the last DevCon to Singapore last year due to the floods. Continue reading
BlackBerry Jam has started in the USA, San Jose! With so much going on, here’s a summary to what we have learnt there. Read on to find out more! Continue reading
I’m a sucker for personalised stuff, especially for things that I use really often; whether I wear them or carry it with me most of the time. So imagine my joy when I came across a website that provides customised covers for my Bold 9700 (back then in Sept 2010, have since moved on to a 9780).