Announcing the BlackBerry Classic Insider Event

On March 31st and April 1st BlackBerry will be hosting a BlackBerry Classic Insider Event within the BlackBerry Support Community Forums.

Throughout this event you’ll be able to submit any questions you have the about the BlackBerry Classic and get feedback from company insiders.

The insiders over this two-day period will be:

  • Michael Clewley, Director, Handheld Software Product Management
  • Michael Dawson, Senior Product Manager
  • David Willis, Senior Director, Handheld Product Management

Make sure to stop by the BlackBerry Support Community Forums during that time and start thinking about ...

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Manage Your Accounts and Expenses with MyAccountant

If there was any kind of application I've been waiting to see updated on BlackBerry World, it would be MyAccountant. Although a new version was released just this week, we were given early access so we can test and review it for you. 

MyAccountant is a fantastic choice for managing your expenses / income from all accounts, and much more. You’ll be able to know where you stand at any given moment and control how you spend your money. The application requires some adaptation process in ...

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Now Available: BBM Protected for Android and iOS devices

BlackBerry is pushing their cross-platform agenda into all areas with the release of BBM Protected on iOS and Android. This of course helps promote BlackBerry's new suites of BES, which encourage BYOD to enterprises and small businesses.

BBM Protected was announced in February of last year, and has become one of the most secure mobile methods of contact.

At Mobile World Congress 2015, we announced a new BBM Protected feature that gives you a leg up on your competition, while protecting you and your ...

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4 Essential BlackBerry Leap Design Questions Answered

If the BlackBerry Leap is of interest to you - you may be curious to understand the design of the device. Inspirations, time, quality and more. Thankfully, Donny over at InsideBlackBerry sat down with the designers of the upcoming Leap device, and asked some questions.

Check it out:

The award-winning BlackBerry device portfolio continues to grow, recognized for the balance of modern, minimal design that puts content first. The BlackBerry Leap, announced this month, is the latest in a successful series of all-touch BlackBerry devices. Some ...

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Let BlackBerry Manage Your Identity

While BlackBerry has gone through an Identity Crisis in recent times, many enterprises are currently going through an identity crisis of their own. 

As Cloud based Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions are adopted by enterprises, or in some cases introduced to enterprises through their employees in BYOS (Bring Your Own Software/Service) scenarios, Enterprises are faced with managing an increasing number of identities. That is to say, each Cloud service requires its own username and password which demands an employee remember multiple usernames ...

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Win a BlackBerry Passport or Classic With Health Pro!

Recently, Fire Chest Apps released a native BlackBerry 10 app that caters to health care & medicine called Health Pro - which aims to change the way you monitor and manage your health.

What differentiates this app from other health apps; is that it can handle the health records of more than one patient. So, taking care of your family and keeping a tab on their fitness is in your hands with Health Pro. 

The app is not only beneficial in recording your personal health related ...

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BlackBerry and Telkomsel Announce Pre-Order for BlackBerry Classic in Indonesia

Indonesians rejoice - BlackBerry has opened up pre-orders for the widely praised BlackBerry Classic. From the 16th, until the 24th of this month - Telkomsel customers can pre-order the device for an April shipping date.

Press Release:

BlackBerry and Telkomsel today announced a pre-order offer for BlackBerry® Classic™ for customers in Indonesia, available exclusively through Telkomsel, the country’s largest network operator. The no-nonsense smartphone is built to meet the needs of productive people who appreciate the speed and accuracy that can be found with a physical ...

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The App Neutrality Debate

Earlier I discussed how I believe that John Chen plans on bringing people back to the devices by allowing for the bulk of BlackBerry Apps to be available cross-platform. The precursor was his open letter and stating that he believed that apps should be a part of the net neutrality debate – so for the time being let’s refer to this as app neutrality. App neutrality is essentially the idea of forcing all apps to be available on all platforms. In order to get a ...

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