1. fbf2012's Avatar
    Great reads! Please keep the articles and links coming!! Patiently waiting on BB10.
    11-26-12 04:02 PM
  2. zyben's Avatar
    Glad you enjoyed them!
    11-26-12 04:13 PM
  3. zyben's Avatar
    --Readers of TechSuplex, Boy, do we have a treat for you. Someone off the twitterverse posted some images of the soon to be released L-series probably undergoing carrier testing in Nigeria and now we bring them to you.

    He does mention a few new details along with the pictures, like a boot time of 8 seconds (Wow right? We have our doubts too) and also the included VPN feature.

    Peep the pictures below. Enjoy.

    Update: The Pics have been deleted off twitter.--

    Blackberry 10 L-Series Images Leak (again) | TechSuplex
    11-26-12 05:44 PM
  4. zyben's Avatar
    ---QNX much like the BlackBerry is a Canadian creation. Engineers regard this operating system as the most advanced, most stable, and most secure operating system in the world. It is said to be used by the likes of NASA for various mission critical operations, nuclear factories and stations, high-speed train control systems, and many others. This is RIM's secret weapon and it is future-proof, they are hoping to hit it big with BlackBerry 10.--

    7 Reasons Blackberry 10 Will Save RIM: Cause Panic at Samsung and AppleJaxov
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    11-28-12 10:31 PM
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    --Research In Motions upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system will have to offer a nice range of new features to its users, including a so-called BlackBerry Hub, which can be seen detailed in the video embedded above. --

    New Video Shows the BlackBerry Hub in BlackBerry 10 OS - Softpedia
    11-29-12 12:06 PM
  6. zyben's Avatar
    Video:

    This demo on the Alpha B device runs through a few BB10 apps, including the new Featherduster Twitter app from Conduct:

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    11-30-12 06:01 PM
  7. koolrosh's Avatar
    Video:

    This demo on the Alpha B device runs through a few BB10 apps, including the new Featherduster Twitter app from Conduct:

    The third party apps really look good and fluid.
    11-30-12 06:43 PM
  8. zyben's Avatar
    -- Connecting with Enterprise Developers and IT Admins at the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour--



    I looked up the gentleman being interviewed and found his job title to be: Network Security and Administration at Raytheon Solipsys. And the following is a description for Raytheon Solipsys:

    Raytheon Solipsys, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Raytheon Company, is an industry leader in the development of integrated Command and Control (C2) Network-Centric solutions for the Domestic and International DoD and Homeland Security. Through proven systems and software engineering practices, built on the invention and application of innovative technologies, we deliver the C2 infrastructure necessary to effectively control security/military forces in any environment. Our reliable solutions assure information superiority, increased shared awareness, deep sensor reach, aircraft control, air defense, disaster management, and time-critical decision making.

    Solipsys' staff has received industry-wide recognition in the diverse areas of sensor automation, information synthesis, networking and communications, and visualization. Our expertise is reflected in the success of our products. In use by the Department of Homeland Security, all four United States military services, International DoD, as well as many of our industry partners, our Tactical Display Framework (TDF) Java-certified visualization tool and Multi Source Correlator Tracker (MSCT) software applications have raised the bar of performance for information synthesis and display.

    Solipsys has also introduced a suite of software applications that solve the vexing problem of creating an extensible network solution for sharing sensor information among distributed Joint and Coalition forces. An outgrowth of years of experience in the sensor networking field, the Tactical Component Network (TCN) software product suite is poised to revolutionize the manner in which distributed teams coordinate their actions.
    Specialties

    c2, command and control, software, tactical
    12-01-12 12:53 PM
  9. zyben's Avatar
    -- I really wanted to touch it, too, because it looks so very good. The user experience on BlackBerry 10 is much more modern, crisper and more engaging, than that of Apples iOS and Googles Android. It even feels a little newer than Microsofts Windows Phone 8.

    Compared with those phones, the BlackBerry 10 has these things going for it:

    Its almost completely gesture-based, and its gestures are so natural that, when you go back to another phone, you find yourself trying to use the same gestures like some .--

    BlackBerry 10: it knows what you’re thinking
    12-03-12 10:37 AM
  10. zyben's Avatar
    --When it launches early next year, BlackBerry 10 will be the newest and quite possibly the most advanced mobile OS. While this is no guarantee that it will ultimately succeed, RIM is at least doing all the right things on the development front. Indeed, the development team has been heard touting the new platform as "integrated, social and beautiful". From what little I've seen of it so far, this is not an idle boast.--

    BlackBerry 10 is about integration, usability | ZDNet
    12-03-12 10:42 AM
  11. zyben's Avatar
    --The joint ventures use a solution in which they control the software, hardware and the enhanced security network from end to end. The enhanced network I'm referring to in Canada is RIM's secure element solution. No surprise here, as RIM's network has been sending compressed and encrypted BBM messages over carrier networks for years. The only difference is that now they will be doing the same for financial machine to machine data. What a great way to add value to the carrier's existing network, as well as providing the joint ventures with a powerful differentiator against less integrated and secure solutions.--

    Mobile Payments: The Coming Growth Engine For Wireless Carriers - Seeking Alpha
    12-04-12 12:14 PM
  12. zyben's Avatar
    Look out for Kevin in this one:

    12-04-12 12:24 PM
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    --If you were worried about access to network drives and shares from your BlackBerry 10 smartphone then worry no longer. BBin spotted a new Work Drives application for BlackBerry 10 in App World and its a doozie. It allows you to map MULTIPLE network drives to your BlackBerry 10 smartphone and the best part is that they show up as regular drives to the File Manager and Documents to Go apps.

    Features include:

    Mapping Network Drives - Manage multiple network drives from your BlackBerry device
    File Manager Integration Access documents and manage network folders from the File Manager application
    Document Management Create and edit documents using BlackBerry 10 familiar applications like Documents To Go
    Attach documents to Email from shared network drives
    Save attachments directly from Email to a shared network drive

    You can actually check it out now in App World if you have a compatible BB10 device. BlackBerry 10 just keeps on getting better every day!--

    RIM’s BlackBerry 10 "Work Drives" App Maps MULTIPLE Network Drives - BerryReview
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    12-04-12 01:29 PM
  14. kill_9's Avatar
    -- Connecting with Enterprise Developers and IT Admins at the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour--



    I looked up the gentleman being interviewed and found his job title to be: Network Security and Administration at Raytheon Solipsys. And the following is a description for Raytheon Solipsys:

    Raytheon Solipsys, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Raytheon Company, is an industry leader in the development of integrated Command and Control (C2) Network-Centric solutions for the Domestic and International DoD and Homeland Security. Through proven systems and software engineering practices, built on the invention and application of innovative technologies, we deliver the C2 infrastructure necessary to effectively control security/military forces in any environment. Our reliable solutions assure information superiority, increased shared awareness, deep sensor reach, aircraft control, air defense, disaster management, and time-critical decision making.

    Solipsys' staff has received industry-wide recognition in the diverse areas of sensor automation, information synthesis, networking and communications, and visualization. Our expertise is reflected in the success of our products. In use by the Department of Homeland Security, all four United States military services, International DoD, as well as many of our industry partners, our Tactical Display Framework (TDF) Java-certified visualization tool and Multi Source Correlator Tracker (MSCT) software applications have raised the bar of performance for information synthesis and display.

    Solipsys has also introduced a suite of software applications that solve the vexing problem of creating an extensible network solution for sharing sensor information among distributed Joint and Coalition forces. An outgrowth of years of experience in the sensor networking field, the Tactical Component Network (TCN) software product suite is poised to revolutionize the manner in which distributed teams coordinate their actions.
    Specialties

    c2, command and control, software, tactical
    I know for a fact that deployment of non-BlackBerry devices on BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is not a "piece of cake" unlike the claim of the interviewee. It has caused no end of frustration for many organizations trying to integrate Google Android and Apple iOS devices into a BlackBerry Environment.
    12-04-12 01:38 PM
  15. kill_9's Avatar
    --If you were worried about access to network drives and shares from your BlackBerry 10 smartphone then worry no longer. BBin spotted a new Work Drives application for BlackBerry 10 in App World and its a doozie. It allows you to map MULTIPLE network drives to your BlackBerry 10 smartphone and the best part is that they show up as regular drives to the File Manager and Documents to Go apps.

    Features include:

    Mapping Network Drives - Manage multiple network drives from your BlackBerry device
    File Manager Integration – Access documents and manage network folders from the File Manager application
    Document Management – Create and edit documents using BlackBerry 10 familiar applications like Documents To Go
    Attach documents to Email from shared network drives
    Save attachments directly from Email to a shared network drive

    You can actually check it out now in App World if you have a compatible BB10 device. BlackBerry 10 just keeps on getting better every day!--

    RIM’s BlackBerry 10 "Work Drives" App Maps MULTIPLE Network Drives - BerryReview
    Unless Docs-to-Go improves significantly all the network drives in the universe mean little if you want to get anything productive done. Yeah, I've seen the television advertisements from years ago in which some management types were rushing off to a meeting with a client via taxi and two of them get a call on their BlackBerry smartphones and begin barking orders at the third person to grab the latest version of some spreadsheet off the office server and make a few little changes moments before the taxi stops in front of a skyscraper as the third person emails the updated documents to their client.
    12-04-12 01:45 PM
  16. zyben's Avatar
    --There are variations to this rule when it comes to apps that may intersect. For example, with the calendar, on both sides you can see that you are busy because it is important to know that you have to be somewhere at a certain time but the details shown are only applicable to the side you are on.

    Bharwaj points out, "These hybrid apps are specific RIM-built apps that can go across the workspace and the personal for the point of displaying information. Nobody wants two calendars."

    And speaking of apps Holleran says that unlike consumer app developers, the enterprise developers are writing client server apps that have to go to the back end. With the Blackberry 10 device going through BES10, "We did the hard work for enterprise app developers and took care of security and connectivity needs. The pipe behind the firewall exists by default once you make that connection."

    The RIM app team is working with enterprises in converting BB7 apps and exploring what other apps corporations want for their businesses. RIM is seeking to help with app strategy to work across all of its offerings, and app development for BlackBerry is now easier are more open than in the past.--

    BlackBerry 10 Changes the Language | Top-Stories | Mobile Enterprise(ME)
    12-11-12 01:33 PM
  17. zyben's Avatar
    New photos:

    Hnh
    12-12-12 01:43 AM
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    -- Now that RIM has released BlackBerry 10's SDK and APIs for software-makers to start coding in earnest, one of the apps in the new operating system generating buzz is a personal information manager (PIM) called "Remember." RIM hasn't publicly demonstrated the app, but RIM's developer documentation offers a hint at what's in store.

    In addition to organizing functions such as e-mail, contacts, and calendars, the app also features something it calls "Notebooks" and describes as a "folder-like object that contains notebook entries:" --

    BlackBerry 10 to feature deep integration of Evernote | Mobile - CNET News
    12-12-12 01:50 AM
  19. zyben's Avatar
    --The volume rocker has a metallic finish and we can also see the micro-USB and micro-HDMI ports on the handset. Overall, it appears that Research in Motion have ensured the aesthetics of the handset are clean and beautifully designed.--

    Images of BB10 L-Series handset leaked again
    12-12-12 01:57 AM
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    -- Now that RIM has released BlackBerry 10's SDK and APIs for software-makers to start coding in earnest, one of the apps in the new operating system generating buzz is a personal information manager (PIM) called "Remember." RIM hasn't publicly demonstrated the app, but RIM's developer documentation offers a hint at what's in store.

    In addition to organizing functions such as e-mail, contacts, and calendars, the app also features something it calls "Notebooks" and describes as a "folder-like object that contains notebook entries:" --

    BlackBerry 10 to feature deep integration of Evernote | Mobile - CNET News
    like Microsoft's One Note?
    12-12-12 01:59 AM
  21. zyben's Avatar
    --Research In Motion has announced that BlackBerry is teaming up with taxi-ordering app GetTaxi to offer users a free taxi ride this Christmas.

    Users of BlackBerry smartphones can now get a 7 black cab credit if they use the GetTaxi app through the BlackBerry App World. To redeem the voucher for your first journey, users will have to enter the code 'BlackBerry' into the 'me' section of the app.

    Get Taxi app lets users book a cab via the app using a GPS location system so the taxi can easily reach the customer.

    The alliance is the latest feature revealed by Blackberry, who last month launched an updated version of its famed messenger, BBM. The BBM version 7 now offers free voice calls over a Wi-Fi connection.


    BlackBerry fans are eagerly awaiting the launch of RIM's new operating system BlackBerry 10, which is set to launch next month, alongside a selection of new smartphones. The company is hoping the new releases will revive its fortunes, as the firm has seen a colossal 90 per cent knocked off its share price in recent years with customers typically switching to Android and iOS handsets.--

    Read more: BlackBerry teams up with GetTaxi app to offer free cab rides this Christmas | ITProPortal.com
    12-12-12 12:35 PM
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    --With RIM's market share hurtling south, and some big leadership changes in recent times, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the BlackBerry has been well and truly squashed. Happily – assuming these images from website Tinhte.vn are real – it looks like the BlackBerry London could be the start of a comeback for the smartphone manufactuer.

    The BlackBerry London's certainly eye-catching, with a sleek front and textured back panel – it's all very industrial. Gone are the days of the ugly but practical QWERTY keyboard, it would seem.

    Taking our spying glass to the images, we can see that the London packs a removable battery and microSD slot for adding storage space, while connectivity comes in microUSB and mini-HDMI flavours. There's also a front-facing camera for video calls. Not a great deal to go on but just look at it and try telling us you don't like it.

    BlackBerry 10, RIM's forthcoming operating system, will debut alongside the BlackBerry London smartphone – assuming it keeps the name – in 2013. One for your Christmas list next year, then.
    --

    BlackBerry London is one fine piece of kit | Stuff magazine
    12-12-12 12:38 PM
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    --ISEC7's Brandt, who also develops applications for Google (NSDQ:GOOG)'s Android and iOS, said BlackBerry 10 is poised to deliver everything users expect from a modern mobile operating system. He also said he looks forward to continuing to work with RIM, which has always been a big advocate for his work in the enterprise space.

    "If you compare Apple (NSDQ:AAPL) to BlackBerry, for example, Apple is a very closed-off community. It's very hard to get to internal resources," Brandt said. "The RIM team is working with their customers and their partners in the enterprise area, so that's really a big advantage for us." --

    RIM Preps Its Enterprise Developers For BlackBerry 10
    12-12-12 07:26 PM
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    --Jackson, who was short RIM's stock for an extended period, argues that the positive sentiment building in RIM's stock ahead of the launch of the make-or-break devices is unlikely to dissipate in a hurry, as a large portion of RIM's 80 million subscribers are likely to upgrade to BB10 when the new devices are launched. Jackson said he now has a long position in RIM.--

    RIM shares rise to seven-month high after experts endorse Blackberry 10
    12-12-12 07:34 PM
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