In an interview at CES 2011 with PCMag, Co-CEO and founder of Research In Motion, Mike Lazaridis, commented on the present and future of BlackBerry products. Mike did solidify even further the plan to bring QNX to BlackBerry handheld smartphones, or â€˜super phonesâ€™ as theyâ€™re being dubbed. The only catch is Read the Rest of the story [...]
Quake and the Media Player on the PlayBook
Our friends over at BerryReview have a few videos and pics of apps running on the PlayBook. Itâ€™s good to see apps like Poynt, Fantasy Football and Documents to Go, as well as some cool games like Tic Tac Toe and Quake. Even though the Read the Rest of the story [...]
Mobihand is currently beta testing a new social network that lets people discover their mobile app discoveries called AppVerse. Mobihand has an enormous catalog of apps and accounts of users who purchased apps, and AppVerse adds a social layer to the app discovery process.
This is Mobihandâ€™s second shot at socializing the Read the Rest of the story [...]
At CES 2011, Mike Lazaridis confirmed again that we will be seeing QNX-powered Super Phones as part of RIMâ€™s 10 year plan to stay competitive in the market. The upcoming BlackBerry Super Phones (wasnâ€™t that a term coined by Google?) will be based on dual-core processors, the QNX OS and the UI Read the Rest of the story [...]
Slacker announced today that theyâ€™re expanding the free unlimited Basic Radio service to all Canadian users. Initially, the basic radio service was offered with a 30 day trial, but not itâ€™s free indefinitely. Slacker is also available as a premium service, called Slacker Radio Plus. With the premium service, users get station caching, Read the Rest of the story [...]