UK PM David Cameron relies on his BlackBerry to manage the country

U.S. President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.

Although I don't follow much politics, UK PM David Cameron and his BlackBerry usage is pretty well known. He's been spotted on several occasions tapping away on different BlackBerry devices over the past few years and even had a little bit of an issue with being caught with his ringer left on during a question and answer session with students in Dubai. Once again his BlackBerry has become a...

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Third party Twitch app coming to BlackBerry 10

Third party Twitch app coming to BlackBerry 10

As BlackBerry users we know that big name apps don't always make their way to the platform. What we do have though are developers who are willing to put in the hours to support our beloved platform and bring third party versions for us to enjoy. Apps like iGrann, Whine and more. We know there's a Spotify app in the works courtesy of Nemory Studios and now it has come to light that a third party...

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Deal of the Day: BodyGuardz Anti-Glare ScreenGuardz for BlackBerry Z10

Deal of the Day: BodyGuardz Anti-Glare ScreenGuardz for BlackBerry Z10

These ScreenGuardz are custom designed to protect your BlackBerry Z10's display while reducing annoying glare at the same time. They're made of an ultra-slim polymer and shield your screen from abrasive elements day in and day out. Each package include 2, so you'll have a spare on hand or one to give to a friend! Get yours for just $8.95 today!

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The majority of users can't wait for the BlackBerry Assistant

BlackBerry Assistant

A few days ago we ran a poll asking how excited you are for the BlackBerry Assistant that we'll get when BlackBerry 10.3 gets released into the wild and also comes pre-installed on the BlackBerry Passport. To be honest, I wasn't quite sure which way this one would swing. I know that iOS and Android users have been rocking Siri and Google Now for some time - and Windows Phone has just got there...

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BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 appears on e-POSTEL

BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 appears on e-POSTEL

With the BlackBerry Passport getting certified across several regions already, another rumored BlackBerry 10 device has started to pop up once again as well and this time it's BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983. Of course, it doesn't say BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 on the documentation, it just simply says BlackBerry P'9983 and carries the model number RHB121LW but we all know that follows...

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Soon Skype will only bother you on one device at a time

Skype will soon be doing more to curb notification noise on your devices. The company has announced a new feature, known as "active endpoint" that will contain chat notifications to the device that you're using, rather than alerting every single device. For instance, if you're chatting using Skype on your phone, your computer and tablet will remain silent. From the Skype blog: If you are...

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QNX Acoustics for Active Noise Control wins Silver Stevie award

QNX Acoustics for Active Noise Control wins Silver Stevie award

Over the years, the QNX team has won many awards for their products and service offerings and this year is no different. QNX Acoustics for Active Noise Control, their high-performance software solution for engine noise reduction in passenger vehicles has won a Silver Stevie Award in the software category after having received more than 3,500 nominations this year from dozens of countries....

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100 copies of the game Grid up for grabs!

100 copies of the game Grid up for grabs!

Some of the best types of games are the ones that you easily pick up, put down and pick up again. BlackBerry World is just ripe with games that fit this concept, not all are addictive enough, yet alone difficult, to take advantage of this idea. If you're looking for a new game to challenge yourself with then take a look at Grid. This recently released game is played with cards and grids (...

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Twittly - A new native Twitter client from Nemory Studios in the works

While I think it's safe to say Blaq at this point pretty much owns the third-party Twitter app audience on BlackBerry 10, that doesn't appear to be a concern for Nemory Studios who is currently working on Twittly. Right now, it's in development and there's no beta as of yet but NemOry has posted up a preview video and some screenshots of the development thus far for everyone to take a look at...

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TELUS, Bell and Rogers all offering the BlackBerry Z30 for free!

TELUS, Bell and Rogers all offering the BlackBerry Z30 for free!

I'm still no fan of contracts but if you've been waiting to get a BlackBerry Z30 on the cheap or the upcoming BlackBerry Passport isn't for you, now is likely the best time to do so if you live in Canada. Right now, TELUS, Bell and Rogers are all offering the device for free with a 2-year contract on specific plans until Sept. 15th. TELUS - Plans to be eligible for the $0 device pricing...

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TELUS to be one of the carriers to offer the BlackBerry Passport in Canada

Over the past few weeks now we've received several tips surrounding the list of Canadian carriers who are suggested to be releasing the BlackBerry Passport. It's comprised of all the usual suspects such as Bell, Rogers, and TELUS but unlike some previous device releases, everything surrounding the Passport has been rather hush-hush and the tips have never come along with the typical 'proof'...

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BlackBerry hosting a BlackBerry 10 and ActiveSync Webinar

BlackBerry hosting a BlackBerry 10 and ActiveSync Webinar

We've already seen that BlackBerry will be hosting a bunch of webinars for developers looking to know more about the Amazon Developer Program. BlackBerry will also be holding a webinar for those who run BES10 (BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10) and would like to know more about Active Sync and how BlackBerry 10 uses it. The webinar will be hosted by Brian Bernard, BlackBerry Principal Analyst...

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150 promo codes for Messenger for Facebook available

150 promo codes for Messenger for Facebook available

BlackBerry developers are making use of the Redemption offer that has been available through BlackBerry World for some time now. We've been posting a lot of them on CrackBerry already. They're not going to stop soon either. This time around Nemory Studios has 150 free copies of Messenger for Facebook available. We've taken a look at Messenger for Facebook before and I'm a fan as it's pretty...

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BlackBerry hosting 'Introduction to the Amazon Developer Program' webinars for developers

Whether you're a BlackBerry developer looking to make use of the Amazon Appstore when BlackBerry OS 10.3 arrives or someone who is just interested in learning about what the Amazon Developer Program offers, BlackBerry is hosting a 'Introduction to the Amazon Developer Program' series of webcasts starting on August 26, 2014 2:00:00 PM ADT. In total, there's three webinars that will be of...

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VP and Head of U.S. Public Sector Jeffrey Ait shares why he joined BlackBerry

Although his hiring went quietly unnoticed for a while, Jeffrey Ait actually joined BlackBerry approximately three months ago and took position as VP and Head of the U.S. Public Sector from Good Technology, where he served as Director of the Public Sector. As part of a Q&A session with the Inside BlackBerry Business Blog, Ait has now shared a little more info about what his position entails...

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Marco Gallo offering giveaway on select applications for a limited time

Marco Gallo offering giveaway on select applications for a limited time

With the release of the new vendor portal for BlackBerry Developers, one of the new features highlighted is the ability to create promotional codes for users to redeem in the storefront. Since then, we've seen quite a few developers create codes for our readers both on the front page and in the forums. Marco Gallo is no exception and he has decided to take five of his popular applications and...

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CrackBerry's CB10 app updated to v1.6.2 - Download now!

CrackBerry's CB10 app updated to v1.6.2 - Download now!

As some of you have started to notice and as I mentioned on my From the Editor's desk, we've now pushed out a new release for the CB10 app and this time around, it's loaded up with bug fixes, enhancements and improvements across the board. Seriously! The change log for this one is quite long but the good news is, we have it laid out for you. Here's what you can expect from this release....

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Deal of the Day: BlackBerry Premium Micro-USB 1.8A Charger

Deal of the Day: BlackBerry Premium Micro-USB 1.8A Charger

The BlackBerry Premium Micro-USB 1.8A Charger is made for maximum portability. Use it at home, the office, airport or anywhere life takes you! The six-foot power cable maximizes flexibility, the adapter is Micro-USB compatible and the folding blade design makes it easy to store. Get it today for 63% off!

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Hands-on with ARKick v2.0

Hands-on with ARKickv2.0

It's been one year since the launch of ARKick, the Augmented Reality app for BlackBerry 10. One year after it's release we see version 2.0 drop and it comes with a nice list of changes. In CrackBerry fashion we're going hands on to check out the new UI and new Virtual Locations feature. One of the main things that has been updated in ARKick 2.0 is the UI. When you first launch the app...

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Disney hosting 'Sunny Days Giveaway' with four free games in BlackBerry World

Have you had your eye on some of the Disney games in BlackBerry World but weren't really sure if you wanted to lay down the cash for them? If so, you'll want to check out the Sunny Days Giveaway in BlackBerry World. For a limited time, Disney is giving away four games in total and the lineup includes Temple Run: Brave, Temple Run: Oz, Where's My Mickey and Toy Story: Smash It! Normally, the...

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