For all of us BlackBerry addicts, this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has been an exciting time. John Chen, CEO, showed off BlackBerry's 2015 road map at the event, announcing many software innovations and new partnerships. We heard a lot of rumours regarding what we would get to see - the much-talked-about BlackBerry Rio (now formally announced as the Leap) and a mysterious slider, are the most talked about devices. The Porsche Design 'Keian' and a yet-undisclosed fourth device to sport a physical ...Read More
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- Business Cards
- Tilt Now
- The Sandbox
Vodafone has became the second UK operator to confirm that it will stock the BlackBerry Leap when it goes on sale in April.
It joins EE in confirming availability with both confirming that the all touchscreen device, launched at Mobile World Congress last week, would be available to business customers only. The handset will be priced at $275 (£182).
The BlackBerry Leap has a five-inch HD display, 8MP camera, 16GB of storage, 2GB RAM and a 2800mAh battery life.
The device is being marketed at ...
At the beginning of Mobile World Congress (MWC) John Chen and BlackBerry made an announcement which somewhat shocked the BlackBerry community: they quietly announced that some of the coveted native BlackBerry applications are coming to the major platforms. Known as BlackBerry Suites, the apps are broken into three different segments: Productivity, Communication and Security. However, this should not have come as a surprise to many of us. Why? Well let’s go back to just a few months ago in January when John Chen wrote ...Read More
A Connecticut company is releasing a Hillary Clinton action figure after she recently made headlines while under scrutiny for using her personal email to communicate when she served as secretary of state. Hillary has been known to be a long-time BlackBerry supporter, and is currently a speculated 2016 presidential candidate.
Oxford-based Herobuilders, known for making dolls based on the latest trending news and events, has developed a "BlackBerry toting" Hillary Clinton doll, the company announced through its mailing list. The "all new Hillary email action ...Read More
When BlackBerry started building the new generation of BlackBerry back in 2012, few knew what QNX was in relation to BlackBerry. Today, many know what it does, and even more folks now know what it is. However, very little is known about how it works on a public level. When BlackBerry acquired QNX back in April 2010, they closed out the system entirely with no access to the source code. Same is the case with the Qt application framework. Many BlackBerry fans did not know ...Read More
Missing Flash support in the BlackBerry Browser with OS 10.3.1?
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As you may know, BlackBerry aligned themsleves to the direction the industry has taken, by embracing HTML5 and removing Adobe Flash support in OS 10.3.1. Thankfully ...Read More
Welcome to BlackBerryCentral's Rumour Roundup!
Each roundup, we'll bring you the most interesting rumours in the BlackBerry community and let you know if there's any real supporting evidence. Devices, OS's, and more hot topics - it's your one-stop post to get the latest rumours.
BlackBerry Slider to feature the following specs:
• Snapdragon 810, 64 Bit processor
• 3 GB Ram
• 32 GB Inbuilt, + 128 Gb Micro SD
• 3850 mAH non-removable battery
• 16 MP rear camera with ...Read More