In the latest enterprise casualty, BlackBerry devices are now being phased out by Deutsche Bank AG. In addition, the bank’s employees may also bring their own devices via the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policy. Despite that, Deutsche Bank AG is still a large client of BlackBerry – via the use of the industry leading BlackBerry Enterprise Software (BES). Continue reading
As of last Friday, Blackberry’s share price has risen over 37% since the start of the year, and the stock fetched a multiple of 4 times NTM EV/Sales. However, that has not stopped Goldman Sachs from giving BlackBerry a Sell rating and 10% downside to its price target of $8.50. BlackBerry has a 52-week trading range of $6.65 to $11.74 and a consensus analyst price target of $9.60. Continue reading
Western Digital (WD) has announced their latest microSD card – the whopping 400GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card. Back in the days, SanDisk (before it got acquired by WD) was the first as well to release the 200GB microSD card. And fast forward two years, the capacity have yet doubled! Continue reading
Finally it is here – the monthly update routine is here again. The August Android security update for BlackBerry Android smartphones is now out and once downloaded and installed, you should see your security patch level change. This time’s update will patch the device to August 5, 2017, or later. Continue reading
After our initial post that the BlackBerry Expert Centre moved, to two different locations, to serve two different range of users, BlackBerry is at it again – the service centres have moved. This time, they have merged yet again, so all users can head down to this one service point now. The change started last month and they have only notified everyone now. Continue reading
BlackBerry is at it again, they have released the monthly security patch for BlackBerry devices powered by Android. However, it still seems like only the BlackBerry Priv has received it thus far and DTEK nor KEYone has yet to receive the update (since May). Anyway, check out what has changed below. Continue reading
Earlier last year, WhatsApp (by FaceBook) decided to drop support for all BlackBerry devices running BBOS and BlackBerry 10. Late last year, they extended it till June 30 2017. But now, they have extended it even further, till December 31, 2017. Continue reading
BlackBerry is at it again, they have released the monthly security patch for BlackBerry devices powered by Android. However, it seems like only the BlackBerry Priv has received it thus far (AAL746) and DTEK nor KEYone has yet to receive it. Check out what has changed below. Continue reading
As many of you guys might have realized, BlackBerry Expert Centre is no longer at The Cathay, where they moved to in 2012. Now, they have officially moved already, much to everyone’s frustration, to TWO locations, depending on your device. So do please take note of the following details when attempting to service your local devices.
Update: Service centre has moved again. Please take note.
The Android update has finally hit the DTEK60 after BlackBerry skipped the April update for the device due to compatibility issues. The latest May update brings the OS version to 1 May 2017 and 5 May 2017 respectively (AAL135 for DTEK50 and AAL158 for DTEK60). The update for Priv should be on the way. Despite BlackBerry ceasing sales for the BlackBerry Priv, BlackBerry is still committed to serving the device with software improvements and updates, with Nougat rumoured to be coming soon to the device. On the side note, owners of KEYone can expect to receive an OS update, right out of the box as well. Continue reading