If you missed BerryFlow live this week, you'll want to make sure you catch the audio or video replay. This week, we dig into the recent AtHoc announcements, the BlackBerry Priv's eventual arrival in India and on T-Mobile plus, we discuss the ending of the Built for BlackBerry program for app developers and much, much more.
- Department of Veterans Affairs selects BlackBerry's AtHoc to power its crisis communications
- BlackBerry Priv scheduled to make its debut in India on Jan. 28
- BlackBerry Priv will cost $720 up front at T-Mobile for its Jan. 26 launch
- The Built for BlackBerry program for app developers has ended
- BlackBerry Takes Starring Roles in Hollywood TV Shows and Movies
- @alexhbass | Alex
- @jmznvs | James - EiC @BerryFlow
- @Bla1ze | Chris – EiC @ CrackBerry.com
- @elbranduco | Brandon
- @ChadM2007 | Chad M.
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