AT&T to offer unlimited data for U-verse home Internet customers

ATT

AT&T is offering its home Internet customers who sign up for U-verse a way to get unlimited data with no caps. This can come in the form of a couple of different options. AT&T stated: On May 23, we will introduce a new unlimited data option for our U-verse home Internet customers. AT&T customers who have only our U-verse home Internet service can add unlimited data for $30...

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Instagram rolls out support for video uploads of up to 60 seconds

Instagram

Instagram is giving people more freedom to express themselves in video form. The social network is rolling out an update that will support video uploads of up to 60 seconds, well above the previous limit of just 15 seconds. Instagram stated: In the last six months, the time people spent watching video increased by more than 40 percent. And longer videos mean more diverse stories from the...

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T-Mobile reportedly set to launch data-only plans on March 30

T-Mobile reportedly set to launch data-only plans on March 30

T-Mobile is reportedly set to start offering new data-only plans for those who would rather skip the voice portion of their cell service. According to a leaked document obtained by TmoNews, T-Mobile will launch the so-called Simple Choice Data Only plans on March 30 with a variety of data bucket sizes and unlimited texts. The options start out at $20 per month for 2GB of data and cap out at...

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WordBubbles is a challenging word game with a twist

WordBubbles is a challenging word game with a twist

To keep my mind sharp and improve my vocabulary, I play word games. Whether it be word search, crossword puzzles, Scrabble, or Boggle, I've tried and enjoyed them all. The latest one to pop up on my radar is WordBubbles. Do not let the stylish and colorful interface fool you. This is a challenging game for those fond of word search style puzzles and brainteasers. Being this is a word search...

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Mobile Nations Weekly: What's old is new again

Mobile Nations Weekly: What's old is new again

What's old is new again. Apple made waves early in the week, and we wasted no time in putting their latest wares to the test. So here they are, our iPhone SE review and our iPad Pro 9.7-inch review. Oh, and some updates to iOS and new Apple Watch bands. We're still getting to know the Samsung Galaxy S7, but things are about to get real crazy with the arrival of the LG G5. Not content to be...

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Mimicker Alarm offers a new way to wake up in the morning

Mimicker Alarm offers a new way to wake up in the morning

Mornings are not my strong suit. While members of my family would wake up refreshed ready to start the day, it would take two different alarm clocks and several taps of the snooze button before I could get out of bed. For those who need a little extra motivation to wake up in the morning, there is Mimicker Alarm. This Microsoft Garage Project puts a different spin on the daily alarm clock....

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BlackBerry Priv now available in Japan

BlackBerry Priv now available in Japan

Adding to the already long list of regions where Priv is available, BlackBerry has now announced their first Android-powered smartphone is now available in Japan through BlackBerry's exclusive Japanese reseller, Fox Inc. Pricing for Priv in Japan has been set at 99,800 Yen (excluding tax) and the device is available for purchase through Bic Camera, Amazon Japan and Fox-operated "caseplay"...

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Toysoft Easter Sale – Grab select apps for 50 percent off

Toysoft Easter Sale – Grab select apps for 50% off

As we head into a holiday weekend, why not pick up a few productivity and utility apps? Toysoft Development is celebrating the Easter Holiday by placing select apps in their catalog on sale. Between now and March 31st, the BlackBerry 10 applications shown below will be available to purchase for 50% off, or as low as $0.99. Below is the breakdown of all of the applications included in this...

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ClipMan Clipboard Manager updated with improved import and export support

ClipMan Clipboard Manager updated with improved import and export support

ClipMan Clipboard Manager is a useful and headless application that allows you to quickly and easily copy and paste multiple lines of text to any application on BlackBerry 10. No matter if you are using for business or personal reasons, you can move text or paste pre-filled responses to get things done. Recently, ClipMan was updated to improve the export and import mechanism as well as fixing...

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How to change the icon pack on the BlackBerry Launcher on your Priv

How to change the icon pack on the BlackBerry Launcher on your Priv

BlackBerry 10 didn't give us many options in terms of themes and visual customization as we got with BlackBerry OS and it was something that I missed, as I'm sure a lot of others missed too. If you've moved to the BlackBerry Priv, however, you should know that Android supports theming options and there are plenty of icon packs and launchers you can try out to give your Priv the look you want...

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March Madness Giveaway lets you score some great apps from BlackBerry World for free

If you're looking to add a few new apps to your collection, you may want to head to BlackBerry World and check out the March Madness giveaway. This giveaway brings 11 paid apps down to the free price point, and there are some great choices here. There may be one you want, but why not get them all? Here's a list of the free apps in the BlackBerry World March Madness Giveaway All-Notes Backup...

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Latest Priv update patches recent security exploits

Priv update brings a stronger Linux kernel

An update is now available for those with the BlackBerry Priv, and this update also focuses on security. We've seen monthly security patches since the phone's release, but this is a bit different. A recent discovery showed that the Android / Linux kernel was vulnerable to a specific attack, and this update fixes that to prevent issues. BlackBerry has posted additional details on the update...

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Remember The Milk updated with improved language support and bug fixes

Keeping in line with the Android version which was updated two days ago, Remember The Milk for BlackBerry 10 has now been updated as well. While mostly a bug fix release, the latest update also focuses on improved language support. What's New Improved: The font size can be changed under 'Settings' -> 'General' -> 'Text Size'. Fixed: Smart Lists with certain invisible space-but-not-...

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Register for the 'Mobilizing Your Microsoft Investments' webcast hosted by BlackBerry

Now that BlackBerry has announced they will use Microsoft Azure to offer secure enterprise solutions and services, BlackBerry hosting webcasts offering advice on how to get the best out of your Microsoft services shouldn't really come as any surprise. The latest, entitled 'Mobilizing Your Microsoft Investments', takes place on March 31st at 11am ET. Many organizations rely on Microsoft...

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Air Canada to launch in-flight Wi-Fi for international flights this fall

Air Canada to launch in-flight Wi-Fi for international flights this fall

Air Canada has announced plans to launch in-flight Wi-Fi for its international flights. The airline says that it will start installing Gogo 2Ku satellite tech on its wide-body aircraft, with a debut set for this fall: Under the agreement announced today, Air Canada will begin installing Gogo® 2Ku satellite technology on its wide-body fleet commencing this fall with its Boeing 777 aircraft...

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Verizon

AT&T, Sprint and Verizon have all announced that customers in the U.S. can call and text numbers in Belgium free of charge for a number of days in the wake of attacks in that country today. AT&T stated: Our thoughts are with the people of Belgium and our customers who have friends and family there. We're going to credit our wireline and wireless customers for all calls and text...

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BlackBerry Spring Sale: Save 20 percent when purchasing a BlackBerry Passport!

Spring has sprung and to kick things off, BlackBerry has now posted up a sale on ShopBlackBerry where you can save 20 percent off the price of a BlackBerry Passport or BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition. Pricing does vary by region, so you're looking at $399.20 in the United States, $479.20 in Canada, £319.20 including VAT for the United Kingdom and finally, €439.20 including VAT for Italy...

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Amazon Prime Video grabs Doctor Who video streaming rights in the U.S.

Doctor Who

Amazon Prime subscribers in the U.S. will gain access to the reboot of the popular sci-fi series Doctor Who starting March 27. Amazon has signed a multi-year deal with the BBC for those rights, with the first eight seasons available to stream via Amazon Prime Video: According to Variety: On Amazon Prime in the U.S., season nine as well as Christmas special "The Husbands of River Song"...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Commit

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Commit

Did you miss BerryFlow Upstream live last night? If so, you can now sit back and watch the video or download the audio and enjoy! This week, BlackBerry gave us plenty to talk about including updates for Facebook, BBM, Twitter for BlackBerry 10 plus, we saw a few key deals appear for discounts on Priv for AT&T and Rogers. On top of that, BlackBerry once again reiterated their strong commitment...

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