Follow us live from the BlackBerry Security Summit

Follow us live from the BlackBerry Security Summit

The annual BlackBerry Security Summit returns to New York City tomorrow July 19 starting at 9 am ET. This year there will be more than 20 presentations, keynotes and roundtable talks led by experts from Booz Allen, NYC Department of IT and Telecommunications, Mackenzie Health, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and more. Seriously, the agenda is jam packed for the event where industry experts will be...

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Bulletin is a quick, curated news app for BlackBerry 10

Bulletin is a quick, curated news app for BlackBerry 10

For those who do not always have time to read through every news article on a day-to-day basis, there is Bulletin. This fast and easy-to-use news reader allows you to view the top news stories of the day from your BlackBerry 10 device. We have looked at a similar news app before, Ripple, which offers a chat-based intuitive interface. While Ripple gave you the option to subscribe to certain...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Scapes

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Scapes

Looking to get caught up on the latest BlackBerry news? If so, you'll want to check out Upstream, if you missed it live. This week, we discuss the upcoming BlackBerry Security Summit, AT&T finally pushing Marshmallow to the Priv, new BBM beta's and finally, BlackBerry's recent comments on BlackBerry 10 and future hardware. Both the audio and video are available for playback, so dig in!...

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Check out Buno an alternative note-taking app

Check out Buno an alternative note-taking app

I've been looking for a new note-taking app since Evernote recently made changes to their services and one app became available not too long ago - Buno. The name is short of Bucket Notes, and while it's simple in nature, it has proved quite useful for my note-taking activities. Buno has a minimal design, but that can keep you from distraction while taking notes. It makes use of swipe gestures...

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Charge and sync your Silver Edition Passport easily for just $16.95

Charge and sync your Silver Edition Passport easily for just $16.95

Interested in an easier way to charge and sync your Silver Edition BlackBerry Passport? If so, BlackBerry's official sync pod is probably the best option. With this you won't need to fumble around looking for your cable, and right now you can snag one for $16.95.

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Pokéworld

Mobile Nations Weekly: Pokéworld

It's a Pokémon Go world and we're just living in it. The Pokémon Go craze continues. There's no denying the game's popularity. It's become one of the most popular mobile games in the world, if not the most popular. Ever. People are going nuts for it. You probably know somebody who has. Maybe you are that somebody. It's okay, we're here to help. But... there are things other than Pokémon...

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These awesome Bluetooth headphones are just $15 at Amazon

These awesome Bluetooth headphones are just $15 at Amazon

Update: Looks like the coupon expired shortly after it was posted. Be sure to stay tuned for future coupons! Mpow is currently offering its newest Bluetooth sports headphones for just $15 at Amazon with coupon code PV62UJKU. Designed to be lightweight and long-lasting, these new headphones are great for your sporting adventures and more. They have 8 hours of battery per charge and offer noise...

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iGrann for BlackBerry 10 updated to fix login bug

iGrann for BlackBerry 10 updated to fix login bug

If you're using either iGrann or iGrann Pro for Instagram access on BlackBerry 10, you'll want to go ahead and load up BlackBerry World to get the latest release downloaded. A small, but important update, to both versions, has now gone out that will correct the error message "login_required" some folks were seeing when attempting to login. If you still get the error after the update, try...

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Lifelogging app Instant's chatbot shows you just how addicted you are to your phone

Lifelogging app Instant's chatbot shows you just how addicted you are to your phone

Indian startup Emberify's lifelogging app Instant has picked up a major update to version 4.0 that adds a coach feature, delivered in the form of a chatbot. The feature analyzes your phone usage trends and gives you a daily overview of time spent on particular apps, places visited, sleeping and fitness activity, and so on. There's also the option to query the chatbot for insights from a...

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BlackBerry offering 40% off all accessories through ShopBlackBerry!

BlackBerry offering 40% off all accessories through ShopBlackBerry!

If Amazon Prime Day wasn't really your thing but you're still looking for some great deals on BlackBerry accessories, ShopBlackBerry has just made an announcement you'll want to take a look at. From now until Monday, July 25, all BlackBerry accessories purchased on ShopBlackBerry are available at 40% off. Even better, if you spend more than $75 on any ShopBlackBerry purchase in the US or...

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BBM beta releases updated for Android and iOS

BBM beta releases updated for Android and iOS

If you're part of either the BBM for Android or iOS beta group, then chances are you already know these updates are available and have got them downloaded but if you're not in either of those groups, here's a quick run through of what has been included in the updated beta releases of BBM. Android Group general discussion chat now displays all group updates and new content added to the group...

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How to install Android Marshmallow on your AT&T branded Priv when not using an AT&T SIM

Now that AT&T has officially released Android Marshmallow for the BlackBerry Priv, I'm sure many of you out there who took advantage of those unlocked AT&T branded Priv deals but not actually using the device on AT&T are wondering how you can get in on the Marshmallow action as well. Previously, it was noted that BlackBerry was working on a solution but, there have been no status...

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AT&T is experimenting with drones to make its network better

AT&T drone use

AT&T has announced that it is currently experimenting with drones in order to make its network better. The carrier is currently using them for cell tower inspections and to gather real-time information, and in the future it may use them as flying towers for additional coverage. By being connected to its network, AT&T can use the drones to gather information and make immediate changes...

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AT&T pushes Marshmallow update to BlackBerry Priv

AT&T pushes Marshmallow update to BlackBerry Priv

AT&T is now rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the BlackBerry Priv. While the update has been available to unlocked Priv's for a while now, and even hit the T-Mobile variant in mid-June, it's good to see it landing for the AT&T model. From AT&T: Effective July 13, 2016, AT&T released a software update for the PRIV™ by BlackBerry® (STV100-1). You can download the update...

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Grab the BlackBerry Priv for just $299 at DailySteals

BlackBerry Priv

DailySteals is offering the BlackBerry Priv for just $299, a discount of $400 from the phone's launch price of $699. The model on sale is a brand-new unlocked AT&T edition. DailySteals is also offering extended warranty options, with a two-year warranty plan setting you back $35, and a three-year option costing $49. The Priv runs Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box, but a beta update to...

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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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