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The Future of BlackBerry Cloud Services? (My Thoughts)

Posted by BMetts On March - 7 - 2013
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Correct me if I am wrong, but with BES10 being controlled through a web browser console, can BlackBerry not offer similar services to users not on a…
BlackBerryOS.com – BlackBerry News and Rumors

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Amazon Kindle on BlackBerry z10 550x298 Amazon Kindle App Coming to BlackBerry 10 This Month

BlackBerry has confirmed that the Amazon Kindle application for BlackBerry 10 is almost ready and will be debuting in BlackBerry World this month. There’s no specific information as to when the app will be available, but it has been confirmed that it will launch this month. We are expecting to see it launch in mid to late March, however, it’s always possible that a launch could happen sooner. We’ll let you know when it’s officially available.

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Justin Lisenby

Editor-In-Cheif at TheBerryFix.com

Justin Lisenby started out writing for TheBerryFix back in 2009. He was already an avid BlackBerry fan and his knowledge only grew as he started writing for the site. He moved up quickly in both BlackBerry knowledge and editorial prowess, and quickly moved up to Senior Editor. In 2012, Justin was elevated to Editor-In-Chief of TheBerryFix and he now runs the operations, while still writing and editing for the site.


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BlackBerry 10 App Wednesday Selections for March 6th

Posted by BMetts On March - 6 - 2013
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App Wednesday Logo BlackBerry 10 App Wednesday Selections for March 6th

Welcome to another installment of BlackBerry 10 App Wednesday, brought to you by BlackBerry and TheBerryFix.com. As we told you last week, BlackBerry will be selecting a variety of new BlackBerry 10 applications for us to feature each week in App Wednesday. This week we have another great app selection for you to check out, with some especially great BlackBerry 10 games. Follow on past the break for the full lineup for this week’s App Wednesday.

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Gaming:

Business & Productivity:

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Justin Lisenby

Editor-In-Cheif at TheBerryFix.com

Justin Lisenby started out writing for TheBerryFix back in 2009. He was already an avid BlackBerry fan and his knowledge only grew as he started writing for the site. He moved up quickly in both BlackBerry knowledge and editorial prowess, and quickly moved up to Senior Editor. In 2012, Justin was elevated to Editor-In-Chief of TheBerryFix and he now runs the operations, while still writing and editing for the site.


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No Gorilla Glass 2?

Posted by On March - 6 - 2013
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Corect me if I’m wrong purchase price off contract about 800 bucks . Why would you not use Gorilla Glass at that price? Has anyone seen this?…
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Instagram’s Android App Ported to BlackBerry 10

Posted by BMetts On March - 6 - 2013
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Instagram logo Instagrams Android App Ported to BlackBerry 10

If you’re a big Instagram fan but you have a BlackBerry 10 device, which Instagram does not support, you’re in luck. An older version of Instagram has been ported to BlackBerry 10 and is now available for download. Keep in mind that this is not a BlackBerry 10 app, but rather an Android app that can be sideloaded onto your BlackBerry 10 device. The experience isn’t great and there are some definite bugs if you run Instagram on BB10, but this is a good solution if you want Instagram and don’t want to switch to iOS or Android.

You can download the Android version of Instagram to your computer using the link below and then you can load it onto your BlackBerry 10 device. Don’t say we didn’t warn you, though. There may be issues that arise when sideloading an unauthorized application  onto your device.

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Justin Lisenby

Editor-In-Cheif at TheBerryFix.com

Justin Lisenby started out writing for TheBerryFix back in 2009. He was already an avid BlackBerry fan and his knowledge only grew as he started writing for the site. He moved up quickly in both BlackBerry knowledge and editorial prowess, and quickly moved up to Senior Editor. In 2012, Justin was elevated to Editor-In-Chief of TheBerryFix and he now runs the operations, while still writing and editing for the site.


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Screen Shot 2013 03 05 at 1.40.41 PM 550x273 Enter the BlackBerry Z10 Keep Moving with Alicia Keys Sweepstakes

BlackBerry is hosting a huge contest in conjunction with their most famous new employee, Alicia Keys. They have teamed up with Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile to give BlackBerry fans a chance to win their own BlackBerry Z10 and an Alicia Keys VIP Experience.

Keys is set to embark on her Set the World on Fire Tour this week, and four lucky grand prize winners per carrier will be flown to London to see her perform and meet her in person. They will also get hooked up with BlackBerry Z10 smartphones, which Keys has been using to engage with fans through her Keep Moving Project. The sweepstakes also includes a first place prize consisting of a brand new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone.

Follow on past the break for all the details and how to enter.

Here’s how it works:

  • Visit www.verizonwireless.com/blackberryz10www.att.com/Z10, or http://us.blackberry.com/campaigns/keep-moving-with-alicia-keys/t-mobile.html during the sweepstakes period and submit the official online entry form.
  • Registration begins March 4, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time and ends March 20, 2013 at 11:59:59 p.m. ET. There is a limit of one entry per person.
  • A random draw will be conducted for each sweepstake on or around March 27, 2013.
  • 12 grand prize winners, four per carrier, win a pair of tickets to Keys’ London concert on May 30 or 31, a meet and greet with Keys and two BlackBerry Z10 smartphones.
  • 600 first place prize winners, 200 per carrier, will receive a BlackBerry Z10 smartphone.

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Justin Lisenby

Editor-In-Cheif at TheBerryFix.com

Justin Lisenby started out writing for TheBerryFix back in 2009. He was already an avid BlackBerry fan and his knowledge only grew as he started writing for the site. He moved up quickly in both BlackBerry knowledge and editorial prowess, and quickly moved up to Senior Editor. In 2012, Justin was elevated to Editor-In-Chief of TheBerryFix and he now runs the operations, while still writing and editing for the site.


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Wikitude Press Release: Wikitude Teams Up with Zalando at the Geneva Motor Show

Wikitude, a longtime supporter of the BlackBerry platform, has just announced a partnership with fashion retailer Zalando. This partnership will utilize the Wikitude Augmented Reality platform to merge fashion, travel, and augmented reality in a way that we have never seen before. Read on below and past the break for all the details of this partnership in the Press Release.

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Zalando scans fashion with Wikitude augmented reality at 83rd annual Geneva Motor Show

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, March 05 2013 – Wikitude, the world’s leading augmented reality solutions provider has recently partnered with the European online fashion retailer Zalando and the automotive design and concept firm Rinspeed, to produce an augmented reality dashboard component featured at the 83rd annual Geneva Motor Show.

“As an innovative eCommerce company, mobile commerce is not just a thing of the future for us – our Zalando app already enables customers to place orders from their smartphones. With our fashion concept car, we are going one step further and expressing our vision of mobile shopping development over the next 5 years, when customers can place orders from their car as easily as from their sofa using their iPad,’ explained Christian Meermann, Chief Marketing Officer at Zalando.

Recognizing and trusting Wikitude’s industry leading technology, Zalando provides visitors with an augmented reality component in their Rinspeed based concept car.  The concept auto features a duo of iPad minis attached to the internal vanity mirrors that incorporate a forward thinking augmented reality display.  These iPad minis feature a customized version of Wikitude tailored specifically to Zalando’s specifications.  The augmented reality display is aimed at various fashion forms that feature clothing and accessories available at zalando.com.  Attendees of the 83rd Geneva Motor Show may explore the Rinspeed concept car and test Wikitude’s features for themselves.

“The future is our focus and we believe mobile shopping is a part of this. Through connectivity and innovative technology, what is impossible today will soon be possible,” stated Rinspeed CEO Frank M Rinderknecht.

Utilizing Wikitude’s computer vision technology, the display will recognize the Zalando clothing and accessories as triggers, and launch an interactive display for users to further explore the apparel.  Using GPS the package is delivered automatically to the integrated package station in the boot. The outfits can then be tried on in the mobile changing rooms and the Fashion Box has plenty of room for your favourite outfits. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Zalando car without a signature ‘scream of joy’ horn to grab attention.  While fashion forms are in use at the Geneva Motor Show, the customized Wikitude app is also able to recognize similar clothing and accessories on printed billboards, posters, displays, etc.

The Zalando – Rinspeed – Wikitude concept car is located at stand 6240 and has been created to provide real-world working concepts about what the future of the automobile might hold.

“We were thrilled when Zalando first approached us to develop this innovative concept and vision with them,” said Andy Gstoll, CMO at Wikitude. “The combination of mobility, connectivity and augmented reality has the potential of changing the way we will shop for fashion in the future.”

For further information, Zalando is available at +49 30 200 088 585.

About Wikitude®
Wikitude GmbH is the creator of the world’s first mobile augmented reality (AR) platform and the company behind the internationally renowned Wikitude app for iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices. The AR platform has been voted “Best Augmented Reality Browser” for the past four years and “Best AR Developer Platform or Tool” in both 2011 and 2012. Wikitude’s AR technology is available as an SDK for third party app development. The company is leading the international AR technology standardization by chairing the working group in the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). Wikitude® is a registered trademark of Wikitude GmbH, more information here: www.wikitude.com

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Justin Lisenby

Editor-In-Cheif at TheBerryFix.com

Justin Lisenby started out writing for TheBerryFix back in 2009. He was already an avid BlackBerry fan and his knowledge only grew as he started writing for the site. He moved up quickly in both BlackBerry knowledge and editorial prowess, and quickly moved up to Senior Editor. In 2012, Justin was elevated to Editor-In-Chief of TheBerryFix and he now runs the operations, while still writing and editing for the site.


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Image: http://www.blackberryos.com/bbos-images/2011/ATTLogo-dom-ntm.png U.S BlackBerry users can rejoice as new reports have surfaced regarding an…
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Netflix Logo Netflix Confirms The Have No Current Plans for a BlackBerry 10 App

Netflix has confirmed once again, as they have many times in the past, that they have no plans to bring their service to the BlackBerry platform. They are not supporting BlackBerry OS 7, would not support the PlayBook, and they have now reiterated their stance by confirming they have “no current plans for a BlackBerry 10 app.”

BlackBerry has been in talks with all of the big name app developers and companies to bring their applications and services to BlackBerry 10. They have done a good job of bringing some big names; however, there are still a few major companies that are giving BlackBerry 10 a show of no faith. Netflix and Instagram are two of these major apps that are not available for BlackBerry 10. These, along with a few other major names, are huge holes missing in the BlackBerry 10 app lineup. BlackBerry has been sure to mention multiple times that they are continuing to work with top-tier app developers and companies and that they do not plan to stop negotiations until they have every app on BlackBerry 10 that users are asking for.

 

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Justin Lisenby

Editor-In-Cheif at TheBerryFix.com

Justin Lisenby started out writing for TheBerryFix back in 2009. He was already an avid BlackBerry fan and his knowledge only grew as he started writing for the site. He moved up quickly in both BlackBerry knowledge and editorial prowess, and quickly moved up to Senior Editor. In 2012, Justin was elevated to Editor-In-Chief of TheBerryFix and he now runs the operations, while still writing and editing for the site.


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7 Free Smartphone Apps You Need When Traveling

Posted by BMetts On March - 5 - 2013
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This week I’m on the road, staying in a city I haven’t yet visited. After a couple days, the biggest question on my mind is, how did people do this before smartphones? I’ve drained the battery in my Galaxy S III multiple times, and all for good reason. I have literally no idea how I’d have gotten around here without it.

Sure, things were simpler back in the day, but they’re arguably easier in modern times. Instead of relying on second- and third-hand information about amenities and transportation in a given area, we can consult our smartphones for the first-hand scoop.

While I’m working on an S III running Android, the apps I’m using are available on both iOS and Android. If not for them I’d have been sitting in my hotel room a lot more frequently, ordering disgusting Pizza Hut.

1. Google Maps

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The nice lady at the rental car counter tried to upsell me on everything. Sure, I took the insurance, and the EZ Tag for toll roads has come in incredibly handy. But when she asked if I wanted a GPS unit, my first response was, “how much?” The answer: $ 14 per day. No thank you. I’ll just use my smartphone.

Now that Apple has put its Maps debacle behind it, Google Maps is freely available again. Enable GPS on your phone, and it’s one of the best apps for driving directions. It’s even better on Android, since it includes Google Navigation. While some of the routes are outdated, it’s still a solid navigational unit, especially if it saves you $ 14 per day.

Get Google Maps for iPhone and Android (if you deleted it for some reason).

2. Yelp

When I visit a city, the last thing I want is to stick with fast food options. It might be quick and easy,but it’s also unhealthy — and frankly disgusting when consumed in anything above moderation. You can drive around and look for places that look decent, but what do you know? You’re just some out-of-towner.

Yelp might not be the best resource for determining restaurant quality, but it will sure let you know the location (including directions), cost, and a general sense of the menu — if not the entire menu. Lean towards the higher-rated restaurants and you will probably get a good meal. It sure beats hitting Burger King every night.

Get Yelp for iPhone and Android.

3. TripIt

TripIt

When I was a young’un, I learned about proper travel planning from my dad. He’d take me along to the travel agent and I’d watch as he crafted a family vacation that fit in our budget. Then I saw how he prepared as we neared the trip. Evertything stayed in a manilla folder: tickets, itinerary, vouchers, coupons, and everything else we’d need.

I think I’ve learned well from pops. Then again, things are a bit different these days. I can keep all of that information right on my smartphone. Most airlines have QR code scanners for boarding passes, meaning I don’t need to remember a physical ticket. For the rest of my itinerary, TripIt keeps me covered. It automatically scans your inbox for travel-related emails and scrapes them right into your itinerary. It then creates your itinerary in an easy to read format. Upgrading to pro gets you tons of other features, too, such as flight alerts.

Get TripIt for iPhone and Android.

4. AccuWeather

AccuWeather

This is an app I like having on my phone even when not traveling. With our high level of indoor climate control these days, it’s tough to know how it feels outside. After all, it feels perfectly comfortable at home. AccuWeather, and its notification bar widget, let me know exactly what to expect when I go outside.

That’s all the more important in a strange city, especially when it has a different climate. After all, it’s under 40 degrees and windy at home, but it’s sunny and 75 here. AccuWeather lets me know how to pack in advance, and how to dress once I’m in my new location.

Get AccuWeather for iPhone and Android.

5. Twitter

You might not think Twitter is a great resource for being on the road. But if you have a decent network, chances are it will work out well for you. All it takes is a simple tweet. “What’s the best place for BBQ in Houston?” Maybe no one who follows you lives in Houston. But chances are that someone who follows you knows someone in Houston. And there you have your recommendation.

Twitter gets a lot of gruff for being a time waster, and for the most part that allegation is true. But it does have plenty of practical applications for individual users. Build up a wide network and reap the benefits.

Get Twitter for iPhone and Android.

6. WiFi Finder

WiFiFinder

It’s always easy to find a WiFi network at home. I know the lay of the land, so I know which businesses have a WiFi network I can tap into. On the road? Not so much. Other than Starbucks, Panera, and other chains it’s difficult to determine where you can find WiFi. That’s why JiWire’s WiFi Finder comes in so handy. It lets me know of all hotspots in the area.

Not only can it search out public WiFi networks in your area, but it can also supply you with a database of public WiFi networks, so you can serach even when offline. That can come in greatly handy, especially for tablet users.

Get WiFi Finder for iPhone and Android.

7. ExpenseTracker

These actually aren’t the same expense tracker apps for Android and iPhone. Believe it or not, it’s difficult to find free ones that are cross-platform.(There are ones that are free for a month, but we’re going for 100% free.) Yet these are both free apps, with the same name, that perform similar functions. After all, all you want is a simple function: track your expenses on the road so you can submit a report to your boss and get reimbursed.

With just a few clicks you’ll have all of your financial information added up. Make sure to save your receipts of course, but this app will help you total it all up, separate it, and figure out what is reimbursable and what is not.

Get ExpenseTracker for iPhone and Android.

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