Get things done faster and easier with doo for BlackBerry 10

Not too long ago CellNinja introduced doo for BlackBerry 10, which offers a quick way to not only assign tasks and shortcuts to the volume and power buttons but to create shortcut icons on the homescreen to improve productivity. Now, a new update has been released to BlackBerry World that brings multiple improvements and bug fixes to the app. Improvements and Bug Fixes New action: Weather...

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Check out the new BlackBerry Priv TV ad!

Check out the new BlackBerry Priv TV ad!

As we noted previously, BlackBerry has amped up their advertising efforts as of late. Now, another new video ad has been created to compliment the marketing campaign for the launch of the pop-up store in Manhattan's Brookfield Place. This one is only 30 seconds long and notes it's a TV ad, so keep your eyes peeled and let us know if you see it air. In the meantime, what do you think about the...

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Having login issues with Snap? A fix is being worked on right now

Having login issues with Snap? A fix is being worked on right now

Snap, the native Android APK downloader for BlackBerry 10, has been the go-to app for many looking to install Android apps on their BlackBerry 10 devices but for several months now the app has started to present issues when logging in. While some folks still have access, new users, for the most part, have not been able to make use of the app but finally, the developer behind the app, Jim Muir...

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Rogers drops Cuba from its international 'Roam Like Home' package

Rogers drops Cuba from its international 'Roam Like Home' package

Rogers has confirmed that it is dropping Cuba from its "Roam Like Home" international roaming package. In a statement given to the Financial Post, Rogers confirmed that high demand has overwhelmed its Cuban operator partner's network. From the Financial Post: "The Cuban operator's wireless infrastructure is not as developed as our Canadian networks and isn't able to support the...

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BlackBerry users have nothing to fear, the keyboard is here to stay

The BlackBerry keyboard is here to stay

Now that BlackBerry has officially announced the BlackBerry Classic will no longer be manufactured, as expected, several media outlets have gone a little crazy with declaring the end of the BlackBerry keyboard and BlackBerry. You know, as they have done for years now. In response to the reports, BlackBerry's Senior Vice President for Global Device Sales, Alex Thurber took to Twitter to let...

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BlackBerry Priv gets the July 5 Android security patch

BlackBerry Priv gets the July Android security patch

BlackBerry Priv owners can now get their hands on the July 5 Android security patch. The update is for those who purchased their phones from ShopBlackBerry, Amazon or otherwise factory unlocked and patches the latest set of vulnerabilities. Some people may have already seen this update arrive earlier this week. This security patch fixes a number of vulnerabilities that are detailed by...

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Verizon

Verizon has announced a number of new features and services for its customers starting on July 7. They include new monthly plans with more data at higher prices, along with "Carryover Data", which will allow customers to take any unused data from the previous month and move it to the next month. Here's the breakdown of Verizon's price and data increases for the monthly plans: S plan: Price...

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You can save $75 on select refurbished Sonos speakers at Amazon right now

Sonos

Right now, you can save $75 on select refurbished Sonos speakers at Amazon. The retailer is offering the PLAYBAR and both colors of the PLAY:3 at the discounted price, making it quite enticing for those looking to add to their set up or start one. Sonos puts these speakers through a series of testing before selling, and still backs them with the same 1 year warranty like a new one would have...

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BlackBerry will no longer be manufacturing the Classic

Classic

BlackBerry has shared some news that is sure to disappoint those who love the BlackBerry Classic. The company has decided to end manufacturing of the phone, meaning once the existing stock sells out you won't be able to purchase one anymore. In an effort to continue to innovate, BlackBerry has decided to update its available lineup with only "state of the art devices". From BlackBerry's...

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BlackBerry OS 10.3.2.2888 files now available for download

BlackBerry OS 10.3.2.2888 files now available for download

If you're simply itching to load up a new OS on your BlackBerry 10 smartphone, you can now snag OS 10.3.2.2888 as long as you're willing to install the files manually yourself. The OS files have now appeared on BlackBerry's production servers and are available for all to download. At this point, it looks as though there's not exactly a lot that's new but hey, it's a higher version number...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Brookfield

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Brookfield

Did you miss out on BerryFlow Live due to some long weekend activities? If so, you can now catch the audio and video replays. This week, we discuss the upcoming BlackBerry Security Summit as well as BlackBerry's newly launched pop-up store in New York. We share our thoughts on the fresh new video released by BlackBerry and discuss a bit about the latest BES12 update and finally, we close on...

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4th of July Sale: Save 20% on your favorite ShopCrackBerry accessories

4th of July Sale: Save 20% on your favorite ShopCrackBerry accessories

Before you fire up the grill and fireworks this 4th of July, swing by ShopCrackBerry to save 20% on your favorite accessories. Starting today, everything in store including our most popular cases and covers, charging docks, screen protectors, and batteries are all up for grabs at a boomin' 20% discount! There's plenty to check out for popular devices like the BlackBerry Classic, Unlocked...

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Name and release

Mobile Nations Weekly: Name and release

N gets named, Autopilot turns deadly, and Huawei goes thin. Android N finally has some branding clarity: N is for Nougat and the version is 7.0. It'll still be a while before the next flavor (*ahem*) of Android starts hitting devices, but at least we now know what it will taste li— err, what to call it. Samsung did something we've long been asking for — they released unlocked U.S. versions of...

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Get a refurbished UE Boom Bluetooth speaker from Amazon for just $57

Get a refurbished UE Boom Bluetooth speaker from Amazon for just $57

If you're in the market for a portable Bluetooth speaker, you should check out Amazon's latest deal on the Logitech UE Boom. For a limited time, you can get a refurbished speaker in black for $56.94. The UE Boom from Logitech offers up to 15 hours of music playback over Bluetooth through its 360-degree speaker. The model on sale is Logitech Certified Refurbished, and as such comes with a 90-...

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BlackBerry has not informed Verizon or AT&T that BlackBerry 10 devices have been discontinued

According to a new report from Bomble based on an email sent to Senate staffers, BlackBerry smartphones will no longer be issued within Senate once the remaining supplies have been exhausted. As the email notes, "BlackBerry informed Verizon and AT&T that production of all BlackBerry OS 10 devices (Q10, Z10, Z30, Passport, and Classic) has been discontinued" while also noting "Future carrier...

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You've Got Questions, Michael Fisher's Got Videos (and the fastest growing new tech channel on YouTube!)

Over 30,000 youtube subscribers in less than a week... and MrMobile is just getting started! It's been a whirlwind ten days in MrMobile's Boston studios, where we've been focused on crafting the biggest YouTube debut party the mobile tech space has ever seen. In less than two weeks, I've published an introduction video, two smartphone reviews, a preview of the hottest electric car ever to...

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Sprint customers now can pay for Amazon Prime through their bill, get first 60 days free

Sprint has announced that customers can now sign up for Amazon Prime service through Sprint. This will allow customers to pay for the service on their Sprint bill for $10.99 per month. From Sprint: Sprint, the exclusive wireless retailer of Amazon Prime, offers customers the convenience of adding Amazon Prime to their monthly wireless bill for just $10.99. AND…for the month of July,...

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Here's the video John Chen showed at BlackBerry's 2016 AGM

Here's the video John Chen showed at BlackBerry's 2016 AGM

If you'll recall, BlackBerry CEO John Chen showed off a new video during BlackBerry's annual general meeting of shareholders. At the time, those tuned in live via the webcast were not able to view it, but BlackBerry has now posted it to YouTube for everyone to check out. In the most critical situations, the world trusts BlackBerry. BlackBerry has a proud history of connecting people...

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BES12.5 update brings a multitude of improvements and new features

BES12.5 Update: What You Need to Know

As announced by BlackBerry via the Inside BlackBerry Blog, BES12.5, the latest update to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12, has just been released as a service pack update for BES12. This update brings new features for the management console, licensing, and Good Dynamics. Plus, there are multiple improvements for managing iOS, Android, Samsung KNOX, Windows 10, IBM Notes Traveler, Pulse Secure,...

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Latest version of ClipMan Clipboard Manager adds support for two new plugin apps

One of my must-have apps on BlackBerry is ClipMan Clipboard Manager. This multi-purpose tool began as an easy-to-use copying and pasting utility app for tracking multiple items added to your clipboard. Since its inception, it has integrated with BlackBullet, to synchronize your clipboard across all your devices, Turbo Reader, and even added a Shortcut button. In its next evolutionary step,...

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