One of the things that I loved the most this morning was hearing that they are going to moving forward on updating the Android runtime to the long awaited JellyBean 4.2.2. This is a huge step in the right direction, as I am a huge advocate of sideloaded apps.
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I continued digging through the BlackBerry Jam developer catalog for later this month and struck gold. I found that BlackBerry has a session dedicated to what they have been calling “headless apps” until now but now call their “Background Services Framework.” In a nutshell this framework will allow developers to run applications and Read the Rest of the story [...]
Forking code isn’t a bad thing. It isn’t a good thing. It’s just a thing.
The past couple of days you’ve probably heard the word “fork” more times than you can count. Facebook forked this (even though it didn’t), Amazon forks that, the Chrome team forked the whole web, and so on and Read the Rest of the story [...]
Quite a few app stores have been subjected to malicious apps over the years with the occurrences going up recently. BlackBerry has taken a proactive step to help stem this spread of malware and privacy issues by using Trend Micros App Scanning Service to do a further analysis of submitted BlackBerry World Read the Rest of the story [...]
Just install the application and add the widget to your home screen, let us do the rest.
EZ- Launch uses state of the art algorithms to try and predict which apps you would like to have on your home screen. Then it display those apps on your home screen, no Read the Rest of the story [...]