Snag a BlackBerry Passport from Amazon today for only $315

Snag a BlackBerry Passport from Amazon today for only $315

Looking to get your hands on a BlackBerry Passport? If so, you might want to take advantage of Amazon Prime Day. Right now, if you head on over to Amazon, you'll find three different versions of the BlackBerry Passport available with special Amazon Prime Day pricing of $315. You'll have your pick of white, black and even the Silver Edition if that's more your style. Keep in mind, you'll have...

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BlackBerry adds more speakers and partners to 2016 BlackBerry Security Summit

The BlackBerry Security Summit 2016 is just around the corner, taking place on Tuesday, July 19, in New York City and BlackBerry has now updated their list of speakers, partners, and sponsors for the event. Sean Dastouri, Senior Security Architect for Microsoft Jonathan C. Trull, Global Chief Security Advisor for the Microsoft Enterprise Cybersecurity Group Joseph Sutton, Chief...

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Grab SanDisk's 200GB microSD card for $59

Grab SanDisk's 200GB microSD card for $59

As part of Amazon's Prime Day, SanDisk is offering heavy discounts on SSDs, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 flash drives, and microSD cards. You can pick up a 200GB microSD card for $59.99, and a 960GB Ultra II SSD for just $165. SD cards SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC UHS-I Card - $14.99 - down from $19.99 SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC UHS-I Card - $32.99 - down from $39.99 SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSD...

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Pebble smartwatch commands now supported by doo for BlackBerry 10

doo for BlackBerry 10

Although doo for BlackBerry 10 was updated not that long ago, CellNinja has now pushed another build into BlackBerry World, and it has become readily available for download. This time around there's plenty of the typical bug fixes that come with most every app update but there's also a short list of new features and enhancements as well including new actions, new Pebble and Vector smartwatch...

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BlackBerry has not ruled out another BlackBerry 10 device

BlackBerry has not ruled out another BlackBerry 10 device

As I'm sure most of you noticed, when the news came last week that the BlackBerry Classic will no longer be manufactured, the headlines surrounding the announcement got a little crazy with many claiming that BlackBerry had given up on BlackBerry 10 entirely and would never again build hardware – Android or BlackBerry 10 – with a physical keyboard. Following up on comments made by BlackBerry's...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Classic

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Classic

If you missed out on BerryFlow, live last night, good news! You can now watch the video replay or download the audio. This week, we discuss a new BB10 OS and whether or not you should bother upgrading to it. Plus, we dig into the news that BlackBerry will no longer be manufacturing the Classic and what that means for BlackBerry fans who love the keyboard. We also discuss BlackBerry's latest...

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Pokémon Going

Mobile Nations Weekly: Pokémon Going

If you're reading this you're not catching 'em all. I'm not sure if you've heard, but there's this new game called Pokémon Go and well, everyone is playing it. Everyone. Including you. Out now for Android and iPhone, Pokémon Go brings the classic Pokémon into the modern smartphone world. Not only do you capture and train your Pokémon to fight others, but you can actually go out into the world...

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BlackBerry Keyboard beta update for Priv brings a mix of changes

BlackBerry Keyboard beta update for Priv brings a mix of changes

As part of their ongoing beta updates rolling out through the BlackBerry Beta Zone for Priv owners, BlackBerry has released a new version of the BlackBerry Keyboard app. New language input support, as well as faster language switching using shortcuts, are among the highlights here. This release of Keyboard has a mix of changes, but the biggest change is support for Chinese input. We have...

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WAA Fixer addresses media sending problems on WhatsApp for Android

WAA Fixer

Since February, it has been known that WhatsApp will be discontinuing their support for all versions of BlackBerry OS, including BlackBerry 10, by the end of 2016. Despite new versions being released through BlackBerry World, and WhatsApp continuing to work, for now, many have tried running the Android version on BlackBerry 10 as a means of keeping their WhatsApp access alive. For the most...

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Prime members can save 20% on Amazon Warehouse deals today

Prime members can save 20% on Amazon Warehouse deals today

Amazon Prime members can save an extra 20% on Amazon Warehouse Deals today with coupon codes WDEARLY20 or WDEARLY. While we're still waiting for Prime day to arrive in full on July 12, this is a great way to save a little extra on everything from computers and TVs to books and games. If you're unfamiliar, Amazon Warehouse Deals is the section of the retailer's site dedicated to selling open-...

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Watch the WatchDox and Good Dynamics release for developers webcast

Watch the WatchDox and Good Dynamics release overview for developers webcast

If you missed out on the WatchDox and Good Dynamics release for developers overview webcast, you can now get yourself caught up by catching the full replay. In the webcast, developers will learn about WatchDox API's and business use cases and get the latest updates on the new release of Good Dynamics with SDK support for Swift and Mac OS X. WatchDox API & SDK's – Overview for Developers...

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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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