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Download this free BlackBerry Secure wallpaper!

It's become increasingly diverse the ways with which we can show our support for BlackBerry. Be it in smartphones, or enterprise software, collaboration tools or communication platforms there's a core tenant that BlackBerry upholds - security. Share that message loud and proud on your home screen with this BlackBerry Secure wallpaper designed by @Pootermobile - go download his app for BB10...

BBM for Android update brings fixes, refinements and spam blocking

Fresh out of beta testing BBM is rolling out a new update to our favorite messenger that brings some much needed fixed and refinements. Following up on commitments made earlier in the month, spam blocking has been added to help better the user experience. There are three key items in this version that make it worth the upgrade. The ability to block spam is big for BBM and gives us more...

BlackBerry takes aim at securing the Enterprise of Things

BlackBerry is reaffirming the software focus and starting to more broadly share the 'BlackBerry Secure' branding on social media. In a new video on YouTube, BlackBerry highlights some of the critical endpoints they cover with software security. There have been some videos that address pieces of this strategic pivot, but this latest video really puts it all together. It's also very timely...

BBM working on remedy for spam invites

Have you been getting random BBM invites lately? On social media, here in the forums and abroad, many users of BBM are reporting an increased amount of 'spam' BBM invites. If you're being affected by this, the good news is BBM is working on a fix. Reaching out with some of their users on Twitter, BBM has acknowledged the concerns and is working on a way to tag and bag these spammers and better...

BlackBerry 'Mercury' may share same camera sensor as Google Pixel

While we're still a few weeks away from the release of the BlackBerry 'Mercury', more details about some of the hardware specifications have come to light. These new details give more weight to the camera sensors that may be implemented; namely, the Sony IMX378 rear camera. This is the same camera sensor implemented in other popular smartphones like the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. While the...

Want to share your enthusiasm with other BlackBerry 10 users on Valentine's Day this year? Love, the app by CellNinja, lets you do just that. Anonymously send love messages to other BlackBerry 10 users. Who knows, you might get some back in return. App developer CellNinja is a big supporter of the BlackBerry 10 platform with popular apps like Doo, Hubby and One App being notable mentions....

How to take better photos with your BlackBerry DTEK60

How to take better photos with your BlackBerry DTEK60

BlackBerry has made a lot of great advancements with their camera software on Android. One of the most notable improvements brought manual modes to the camera app on BlackBerry Android devices. Not only does this make the camera much more flexible, but it also lets the user get creative with their compositions. The Auto options and HDR Auto built into the software is pretty good, but users...

How to enable predictive emoji on the BlackBerry Priv

In our increasingly digital age emoticons or emoji's as they're popularly associated have become a staple in our daily communications. With the launch of Priv, BlackBerry has plugged a major bit of user feedback by giving unfettered access to a full array of emojis to use with family, friends and colleagues. In the latest update to the BlackBerry Priv keyboard the teams have brought in the...

Back at Mobile World Congress in early March, BlackBerry took the stage and briefly revealed plans for an all-touch device with a dual curved display and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Ron Louks, President of Devices and Emerging Solutions at BlackBerry, held up two of these devices in a quick tease for the media. The devices he held showed off a black and white version of the device, which is...