If you're looking for a way to keep your BlackBerry contacts and related activities away from prying eyes, you'll be happy to hear that BlackBook by Mblware has recently been updated to v4, bringing with it several new features and improvements. The app is now compatible with BlackBerry 7 devices, is faster than ever, and the look has been revamped. Additions include multiple email addresses for contacts, user pics in the contact list, and HTML email is now supported as well. If you are an existing BlackBook user, you can update to the latest version for $.99. Full price of the application is $3.99.
1 hour ago 5By Derek KesslerApple earnings aren't oh my god amazing record setting and everybody loses it, the Facebook suite arrives for Windows, the Priv gets Marshmallow, and the Model 3 will be Ludicrously fast.
2 hours ago 30By Bla1zeChances are by now; you've all read the headlines about the 'leaked' renders of BlackBerry's next Android devices. There was a ton of sites that ran them without a second thought and well, that has caused a lot of confusion among those who care about BlackBerry and were already familiar with the images. The problem? They're not 'leaked' renders of the next BlackBerry devices as in renders created by BlackBerry that have somehow managed to escape Waterloo.
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20 hours ago 55By Bla1zeThe Milken Institute Global Conference kicks off in Los Angeles on May 1-4, and over 700 speakers are scheduled to appear. Among them, this year, just like last year, will be BlackBerry CEO John Chen, who will be discussing Digital Darwinism: How Companies Can Survive and Thrive in the Digital Age.
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