The DoD has tested and approved The BlackBerry Z10, Q10, PlayBook 2.0 and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 for secure use on DoD networks. The agency is the largest employer in the world with over 2.13 servicemen and civilians.
Herocraft has released Ant Raid for the BlackBerry PlayBook. The game uses interesting touch mechanics and looks like an action-packed tower defence.
BlackBerry® (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB) announced the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has approved BlackBerry® 10 smartphones and BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablets with BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10 to be used on DoD networks. Working with...Show More Summary
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has approved using BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry PlayBook tablets with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 on its networks, the company announced this week. Reuters reports that the DoD...Show More Summary
BlackBerry and Samsung devices have been given the go-ahead for use on Defense Department networks. The approved devices are BlackBerry 10 smartphones, BlackBerry PlayBook tablets using the Enterprise Service 10 system and Samsung's Android Knox. The Pentagon said earlier this week that it also expects to clear Apple devices using iOS 6 in early May.
The U.S. Department of Defense has cleared BlackBerry 10 smartphones and PlayBook tablets for use on its networks, amid reports that the department may also clear devices from Samsung Electronics and Apple. The department has approved...Show More Summary
The average consumer may be able to thumb through FCC filings to get a peek at their next smartphone, but certain government employee's hopes lie in the hands of another agency: the US Department of Defense. Good news for federally employed...Show More Summary
BlackBerry on Thursday announced the US Department of Defense (DoD) has approved the use of BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry PlayBook tablets with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. The approval means... Keep reading ?
Apparently, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins thinks tablets are no good. Well, not exactly, but it's understandable, given that his company's Playbook tablet has sold just under 2.5 million units since its launch. Compare that to Apple, which sold 19.5 million iPads in the calendar year first quarter (FY Q2) of this year. Show More Summary
Given the epic flop that was the BlackBerry PlayBook, it’s easy to understand why BlackBerry would want to forget all about tablets. That said, it’s one thing to ignore tablets and another to predict that tablets will go away all together. Show More Summary
Holding out for a post-RIM version of the PlayBook? That waiting likely won't end any time soon. BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins used an interview yesterday to discuss the mobile environment five years out. Seems he's feeling particularly bullish about his own company's prospects. Show More Summary
Word has it that Blackberry 10 is expected to eventually make its way onto the Blackberry Playbook tablet, but with tablets being extremely popular devices, with some even calling them PC replacements, will Blackberry be content with...Show More Summary
ReadItNow! is a handy reader app for BlackBerry 10 and PlayBook that allows you to read articles offline. Ideal for air travel or commuting with bad or no connectivity, the app makes it easy to collect content for later reading.
I've almost completely stopped using Twitter since the BlackBerry 10 official app is so bad. That's why when Blaq, a very popular Twitter app for PlayBook, announced it was available for the Z10/Q10 devices, it was such a breath of fresh air. Show More Summary
Know what's better than a shiny new BlackBerry Q10? A BlackBerry Q10 with a free 64GB PlayBook thrown in for free, and Phones4U is the place to get it. To be clear, the UK retailer has begun taking pre-orders for the BB10 handset with...Show More Summary
Plenty of Fish is the world's largest free online dating community boating over 55,000,000 members. They've recently launched a BlackBerry 10 app allowing users to browse profiles and flirt their way to monogamy and more on their mobile.
The BlackBerry PlayBook was certainly a beauty to behold, but unfortunately for the Canada-based company, their tablet did not do too well, and it could have been a case of “once bitten, twice shy” for them as there did not seem to be any plans for BlackBerry to produce a tablet to go along with the recently introduced BlackBerry 10 operating system. Show More Summary
In what is likely to be the most interesting leak of the week Twitter account @BB10Leaks has posted a image of what purports to be BlackBerry's road map for the next twelve months, and there are some big surprises. The... Related Stories So it seems liek the BlackBerry Z10 is a hit. Show More Summary
Ever since the Blackberry Playbook tablet came out with the QNX-based operating system (OS), Blackberry had a software platform that was genuinely gaming capable. That was clearly not the case of previous Blackberry OSes that were all about “security and enterprise” features — at the expense of app performance. Show More Summary
PCs have had a big presence in people's entertainment systems for years. Some control the entire operation with a wireless mouse and keyboard, for BlackBerry Users controlling everything with your BlackBerry or PlayBook is a more clever idea.