BlackBerry adds DTEK60 beta program through Beta Zone

DTEK60

If you got your hands on a DTEK60 and took my advice and updated your BlackBerry Beta Zone profile, there's a good chance you'll be getting an email from BlackBerry inviting you to join the DTEK60 on Android M beta program. Right now, it's still early and BlackBerry is still setting things up so it might be a bit before there are any software updates available but, that just means you might...

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Twitter will discontinue Vine 'in the coming months'

Vine

Twitter has now announced their video sharing app Vine will be shutting down "in the coming months." While the website will be sticking around, Twitter says that the services mobile apps will be discontinued. Nothing is happening to the apps, website or your Vines today. We value you, your Vines, and are going to do this the right way. You'll be able to access and download your Vines. We'...

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An earlier version of this article mistakingly noted the My Account app was also not showing as compatible for Android BlackBerry devices. That was incorrect. Apologies for the error. If you're a TELUS customer who relies on the TELUS My Account app to check on your account, then you'll want to make note that as of November 9, 2016, the app will no longer be supported on BlackBerry 10 and...

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DTEK60 owners, be sure to update your BlackBerry Beta Zone profile!

DTEK60

With the DTEK60 now official, some folks who placed their orders already have their deliveries set for today. If you ordered one, you'll want to make sure you go ahead and update your BlackBerry Beta Zone profile as well to show the proper device. Changing your profile is all rather easy, but here are the steps to walk you through it. Visit the BlackBerry Beta Zone and login From there,...

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Text app Editor updated with cloud support and recent file menu

Text app Editor updated with cloud support and recent file menu

If you are looking for a simple application for creating and modifying text files, look no further than Editor. This native BlackBerry 10 app lets you, quickly and easily, create, edit, and open plain text files. Editor supports a variety of extensions and file types including TXT, QML, HTML, JAVA, CSS, SQL, XML, and QSS. The latest update brings with it improvements, bug fixes, and cloud...

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This compact car charger is just $11.95 today!

Whether you spend 10 minutes or three hours in the car each day, you should have a charger in it to keep your BlackBerry powered up. BlackBerry's 1A car charger is a great addition to your vehicle. It is nice and compact, and right now you can pick one up for just $11.95!

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As part of the DTEK60 launch, BlackBerry COO, Marty Beard sat down with Christine Chen to discuss the latest newest member of the DTEK series, BlackBerry's overall software strategy and the Enterprise of Things. Although the webinar only lasts a little 20 mins, Beard managed to pack a lot into the conversation, and you'll certainly want to check it out if you haven't caught it as of yet....

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CrackBerry is giving away a brand new DTEK60! Enter now!

The BlackBerry DTEK60 has been officially announced and just like always when a new device is announced, it's time to go ahead and give one away to a lucky CrackBerry reader! Make sure you read the full details at the bottom of the page to get in on this giveaway and good luck! THE PRIZE The winner will receive a brand new BlackBerry DTEK60, which does not include service. THE RULES Use...

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Getting started in the IT field can be difficult at the beginning. There is so much that you should know, so many certifications that you will want to have, and it can get quite expensive in a short amount of time. You could spend lots of money and time to learn the basics and get started, or you could do it in your free time at an affordable price. For just $59 you can get started with this...

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DTEK60 is the second device in the DTEK series of secure Android smartphones from BlackBerry. When the DTEK50 was originally announced, I admit my personal interest level in the device was rather low. After getting my hands on one, though, that changed. As it turns out, for me, the DTEK50 is great and I chose to use it over my Priv but as the news of a the DTEK60 started to eek out, I began to...

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BlackBerry DTEK60 specs

What's inside the BlackBerry DTEK60? Continuing their Android efforts after the BlackBerry Priv and the DTEK50, BlackBerry has now announced their latest Android smartphone known as the DTEK60. An all-touch higher-end device, the DTEK60 leverages the partnership with TCL and as such is similar to that of the TCL950 with some small key changes. Category DTEK60 Operating System...

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BlackBerry has now officially announced the latest in its series of secure Android smartphones, DTEK60. Offering a larger high-resolution display, fingerprint sensor, long lasting battery, 21-megapixel camera, DTEK60 comes loaded with all the security features that BlackBerry's Android OS devices have. DTEK60 is the second device in the DTEK series of Android smartphones and is a part of...

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BlackBerry DTEK60

\ Annnnd, now it is gone once again. It still appears in search results but can't be added to your cart. Staples Canada just can't seem to keep the DTEK60 under wraps. After the initial listing for the device was removed, it has now once again returned to Staples Canada website and is available for pre-order despite having yet been made official by BlackBerry. The pricing for DTEK60 remains the...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - BBB100-1

If you missed your weekend dose of BerryFlow, you can now go ahead and get yourself caught up. This week, we dig through the news of the BlackBerry 'Mercury' turning up on Geekbench, BlackBerry's latest software updates, and new ad campaign. Plus, we take a closer look at the interesting keyboard authentication patent that recently popped up from BlackBerry and much, much more! Go ahead and...

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For those of you out there using iGrann or iGrann Pro for Instagram, you'll be pleased to know both apps have now been updated through BlackBerry World. This time around, it's more of a return of previously removed features rather any new features being added. As the changelog notes, the fixes for the latest builds include improved app performance but also the return of direct messaging...

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This person wants a DTEK60 so bad they're willing to trade a car

This person wants a DTEK60 so bad they're willing to trade a car

Look, I know there are a lot of folks out there wondering where the DTEK60 is and can't wait to get their hands on one but this person on Craigslist pretty much takes the cake. If you happen to be in possession of three DTEK60's and want to get your hands on a 2001 Volvo T5 V70 FWD wagon, they've got just the trade offer for you. It's a USA model and only has 193,000 miles on it. Could be quite...

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Yep. It's true. We tested it. The latest update to the CrackBerry app for Android is now rolling out through the Google Play Store and overall, the app will run much smoother now, and use less battery! Hello! It's been awhile. But we have not been at rest. No, sir! We've been diligently adding the following great features: Change Dark Background to true black (helpful for OLED screens)...

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Having issues with being able to integrate your Yahoo mail on your BlackBerry? You're not alone. The issue has arisen for plenty of folks in the CrackBerry Forums recently due to some changes made at Yahoo. Unfortunately, there is a multitude of reasons an email address can't be added. Fortunately, though, a new BlackBerry Knowledge Base article takes them all into account so that you can...

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FYI: BlackBerry Link is not supported on macOS Sierra or Windows 10

BlackBerry Link is not supported on macOS Sierra or Windows 10

Lately, in the CrackBerry Forums, there has been an influx of folks having issues with using BlackBerry Link on macOS Sierra and Windows 10. The problems range anywhere from the app simply not opening to it crashing to it not synching items correctly. Now, there's certainly workarounds for some of these problems that do pop-up and I'm not saying the apps don't work at all, because they do...

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October's BlackBerry Android software updates are full of treats!

October's BlackBerry Android software updates are full of treats!

After having spent some time in the BlackBerry Beta Zone, October's BlackBerry Android software updates are now rolling out to everyone. This time around, there's updates for Hub+, Camera, Keyboard, Password Keeper and more! As noted on Inside BlackBerry: Our October Android software release also includes updates for the Camera and Keyboard software on BlackBerry's Priv and DTEK50. We've...

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