T-Mobile adds 2.1 million subscribers in Q2 2015

T-Mobile

T-Mobile has released a preliminary report, boasting 2.1 million total net customer additions for Q2 2015. This up 41% year-over-year and is 300,000 more subscribers than what the US mobile network achieved last quarter. This marks the 9th consecutive quarter T-Mobile has experienced growth with over a million net customer additions. More than 1 million branded postpaid net customers were...

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Getting started with the Pebble Time on BlackBerry 10

Getting started with the Pebble Time on BlackBerry 10

The Pebble Time has been rolling out to those who backed the Kickstarter and recently became available to pre-order. I got mine and I've been enjoying it a lot. We know that Talk2Watch Pro has been updated to support the Pebble Time and the update came just about the time my watch shipped. I'll be going through the types of notifications can get with the Pebble Time on BlackBerry 10, so if it...

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BlackBerry Classic in Cobalt Blue now available for purchase in Hong Kong

After making its debut only a few days ago on ShopBlackBerry for those living in the US, Canada, UK and the Netherlands, BlackBerry has already extended the availability of the cobalt blue BlackBerry Classic into Hong Kong. Gallant Leon, Managing Director, North Asia at BlackBerry, said: "With the arrival of the limited edition cobalt blue coloured BlackBerry Classic, customers in Hong...

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BlackBerry Blend v1.2 update now available

BlackBerry Blend v1.2 update now available

BlackBerry Blend v1.2 has been available for Beta Zone users for some time and in early June it was announced that it would be available to everyone soon enough. Today, an update to Blend has arrived for BlackBerry 10, Android as well as iOS. It brings with it a new Dashboard design and UI, as well as the ability to reply to BBM and SMS messages directly from notification pop-ups. The...

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BlackBerry announces BES12 version 12.2 with enhanced multi-OS support

BlackBerry announces BES12 version 12.2

BlackBerry has announced BES12 version 12.2, which brings along with it enhanced multi-OS support. BES12 first launched back in November, and since then BlackBerry has been working to add new features and functionality to the software to make it even easier to manage devices of any operating system. Version 12.2, the latest release, now integrates with Samsung's KNOX Workspace, Android for...

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CascaRun Pro brings Pebble integration with the help of Talk2Watch Pro

CascaRun Pro brings Pebble integration with the help of Talk2Watch Pro

I am very glad for our native BlackBerry 10 developers, bringing us third party clients as well as great original apps. It's also nice to see collaboration between native developers to help enhance our native experience. Today, we see a collaboration between the developers of CascaRun and Talk2Watch Pro to bring new features to those who use a Pebble smartwatch. In the latest update to...

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BlackBerry Beta Zone app updated once again to fix jumpy surveys

BlackBerry Beta Zone app updated once again to fix jumpy surveys

Although the last BlackBerry Beta Zone app update that arrived was noted to include a fix for the 'jumping surveys' bug on Passport devices, that fix apparently didn't work for everyone. As such, a new BlackBerry Beta Zone app update has now been released that once again, includes a fix for that bug. This time around, rather than using BlackBerry World, you'll have to open the Beta Zone app...

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PushPlane for Pushbullet

There are various methods with which we can connect our devices to our PC to access different types of content and material. A while back, we told you about PushPlane, a native Pushbullet.com client to share links and files between all of your different devices. Since then the developer has been hard at work adding new features, enhancements, and other improvements to the application. The...

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BlackBerry 'Dallas' and 'Venice' appear on India import records

BlackBerry 'Dallas' and 'Venice' appear on India import records

Following up on the news of the BlackBerry 'Dallas' being certified in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, the device has now also appeared on India import records database Zauba. To go along with the 'Dallas' listing, there's also a new device which has been labeled as the STV100-3 which is believed to be the BlackBerry slider also known as the Venice. At this point, much like with past devices...

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Zeus Browser brings Adobe Flash support back to your BlackBerry 10 smartphone

When BlackBerry revealed that Adobe Flash would no longer be supported as of BlackBerry OS 10.3.1 and above, some folks were understandably upset and wanted it back. Eventually, workarounds were found such as installing an Android browser plus, Flash Browser was released which required sideloading a few files that when installed offered up the native BlackBerry 10 browser with Adobe Flash...

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BlackBerry 'Dallas' certified for Singapore and Malaysia

BlackBerry 'Dallas' certified for Singapore and Malaysia

While many folks are concentrating on all the BlackBerry running Android rumors and speculation, it has been rather easy to forget there's still one other BlackBerry device out there that still remains somewhat of a mystery. The BlackBerry 'Dallas' aka SQW100-4, better known thus far as the 'Oslo' has gone through many rumors itself, but the latest news has it being certified in Singapore through...

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Verizon begins OS 10.3.2.858 rollout for BlackBerry Q10, Z10 and Z30

What started back in mid-June with Verizon rolling out BlackBerry 10.3.2 to the BlackBerry Classic, has now extended into devices such as the BlackBerry Q10, BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Z30. Verizon customers on any of those devices can now go ahead and check for updates where you should find OS 10.3.2.858 (Software version 10.3.2.556) available for download if you've not already grabbed it...

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Amazon's 20th anniversary sale will feature 'more deals than Black Friday'

Amazon

Amazon is turning 20 on July 15, and to commemorate the occasion, the retailer will offer "more deals than Black Friday." Dubbed Prime Day, the retailer is promising a "global shopping event" that will be open to Prime subscribers in the US, the UK, Spain, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, Canada, and Austria. To further incentivize the purchase of Prime subscriptions, Amazon is slashing the...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Leaks

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Leaks

Did you miss out on checking out BerryFlow Upstream live? If so, you can now watch the video or download the audio for playback. This week, we dig into some BBM Money news, discuss the Cobalt blue BlackBerry Classic official availability and, of course, we talk about the latest BlackBerry / Android leaks, rumors and speculation. Social Channels @flip4bytes | Alex Bass @jmznvs | James Nieves...

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SmartList10 on sale during the month of July

SmartList10 on sale during the month of July

If you're into taking lists, a great list taking app is SmartList10, an app we have reviewed here before. It features an interactive Active Frame meaning you can tick things off your list while the app is minimized in an Active Frame, which is a pretty neat thing. It's called SmartList10 as it has some pretty smart ways for you to add items to your list, such as being able to just copy...

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BlackBerry App Roundup for July 3, 2015

BlackBerry App Roundup 7/3/15

Howdy CrackBerry nation! Are you all ready for the weekend? To our Canadian readers, I hope you had a fantastic Canada day. For our US readers, here is to the weekend Independence Day celebrations. May they be fun and safe. More importantly though is all the news that transpired this week. First up is the announcement of a new site feature. Now you can personalize your experience and get...

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Leaked render shows off the BlackBerry Venice and all of its Android glory

Leaked render shows off BlackBerry Venice with Android

The rumors continue about the BlackBerry Venice. This time around we have a render of what is said to be BlackBerry's upcoming slider phone, running a full version of Android. Recently it was rumored that this device would be headed to AT&T, which wouldn't be much of a surprise. Taking a look at the render in comparison to the images shown off on stage at Mobile World Congress, they do...

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4th of July Sale: 20% off all accessories at ShopCrackBerry

4th of July Sale: 20% off all accessories at ShopCrackBerry

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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ShopBlackBerry begins selling the blue Classic

Recently it was spotted that Amazon Italy was accepting preorders for the Cobalt Blue variant of the BlackBerry Classic, but it was localized to Italy, with some shipping options for out of the country. BlackBerry has announced that beginning on July 3, the limited edition variant of the Classic will be available on ShopBlackBerry for customers in the US, Canada, UK, and Netherlands. The blue...

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New rumor claims Android-powered BlackBerry 'Venice' slider headed to AT&T

It would seem as though the Android-powered BlackBerry rumors are continuing to flow. Adding to the already mounting rumors that BlackBerry is building an Android smartphone is longtime leaker @evleaks who noted on Twitter that the slider, which has taken on the name 'Venice' will be Android-powered and headed to AT&T. The Android-powered BlackBerry Venice slider is AT&T-bound.— Evan...

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