Looks like BlackBerry hasn’t quite given up on Bridge or the PlayBook at all. That’s right, BlackBerry Bridge for BlackBerry 10 has been updated to version 220.127.116.11 – giving you the access to BBM on the PlayBook.
Well, this is somewhat out of the blue! What appeared to have leaked not too long ago has now hit officially available OTA on the Wi-fi PlayBook variant.
Well just because BlackBerry has given up on the BlackBerry Playbook doesn’t mean all the developers have because the Twitter client app, Blaq, has just received an update in BlackBerry World. This latest update brings the app to version 1.8.9 and appears to be mostly bug fixes that users have reported to the developer.
For all you BlackBerry PlayBook owners out there that use the best Twitter app available (in my opinion) head over to BlackBerry World because there is a update to the app. This update brings the app up to version 1.8.8 and is now available for download. It’s not a big update but it’s always great to see issues being addressed.
Best Buy is currently running a deal of the day for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, 16GB, it is however refurbished but fully working and it is going for only $99 with free shipping. Visit Best Buy today to take advantage of this deal. If you all have any more tips or deals you want to send in, simply visit our contact us page.
We have been seeing more and more images of the BlackBerry PlayBook running the BlackBerry 10 OS, or have we? There are some pretty good photoshop-ers out there and these days we could never really tell, but you be the judge and let us know what you think!
Huge, huge, huge sale going on for the BlackBerry PlayBook via SaskTel. The very powerful BlackBerry PlayBook is going for 16GB – $49, 32GB – $74 & 64GB – $99! I don’t think there is any better deal around. SaskTel says there’s “Limited quantities available” and is only
For those of you all wanting a BlackBerry PlayBook at an incredible price, CowBoom.com is selling them, today only for $89! These 16GB BlackBerry PlayBooks are indeed refurbished but work perfectly fine. This is a great deal, if interested, visit:
Looks like RIM listened to it’s users, BlackBerry Bridge is indeed a great way to have BBM on your PlayBook, but as this rumor and screenshot hits the web, it seems like native BBM will be coming to the BlackBerry PlayBook next month in the next BlackBerry 10 OS update. Check out the screenshot below showing native BBM on the PlayBook:
You heard that right! A BlackBerry PlayBook mini keyboard with a convertible case for only $37.90, that gives you a whopping 68% percent off from the normal $119.99 price rate! This is definitely a steal for all your PlayBook users. With an ultra compact design, multi-touch control and 30-day charge, it won’t quit until you do. See 100% of your screen while you write long
Future Shop is doing an incredible deal for the BlackBerry PlayBook 32GB Tablet, pricing is set at $129 for a limited time only! From 8PM EST to 10AM EST tonight and 5PM EST to 10AM EST Sunday (November 4, 2012) you can get this deal, so act fast if you are interested in a PlayBook tablet at a great price. Check out this deal via Future Shop
Emailing documents or pictures used to be the only option that people would have to share files, the negative part of this was that there was no simple way for a document to be updated, and users were at the mercy of size limits that could be emailed. The future of computing has moved towards cloud based services, which allows users to store files in a central cloud server, where these files are accessible anywhere by anyone that is permitted access. Users can access these files, and collaborate with others on documents or projects on either a PC, Mac, tablet or phone. The BlackBerry PlayBook is an ideal device to take advantage of cloud based services, due to it’s high security features, (such as full device encryption with update to the OS 2.1) ease of use, portability, and rich native features such as Docs to Go. BlackBerry Smartphones also have these features, so all files are easily edited safely and securely without the need to store these documents on the device. The one issue that users may find with the PlayBook or BlackBerry phone, is that several available apps only enable sharing of files to work on one or two devices, such as PC to phone, PC to PlayBook or PlayBook to Phone via BlackBerry Bridge. This also does not allow for collaboration, as those files are still accessible only on the devices hard drives.
7 Digital Music store, which just announced BB10 support when the new OS is released, has upgraded with a brand new logo to v2.0.4 for BlackBerry Smartphones.
In today’s Bring Your Own Device phenomenon that saw a shift in the preferred mobile platform for enterprise, BlackBerry fell from once being the obvious choice to being the least favorite option. Despite this, BlackBerry maintained security at its core and even though media has discarded the PlayBook as a non-factor in the tablet industry a recent study by Context Information Security shows that the PlayBook IS good for something.
At last, the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet has updated to version 18.104.22.1682 officially. It has been a while since we last received PlayBook OS 2.0, RIM has had the OS 2.1 in beta status for quite some time. For those that were registered via the beta or non-beta users we encourage you all to download this updated OS. Keep checking the site for a detailed/updated change log. Changes in OS 2.1 include:
Splashtop, one of the leading providers of remote desktop access for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, has some exciting plans for BlackBerry 10. Currently available is Splashtop for the BlackBerry PlayBook, and they just announced they are adding support for BlackBerry 10.
More proof of the “iOS Player” on the BlackBerry PlayBook running iOS apps. businesscat2000 the developer for this emulator indicates: This is an app I’ve been working on, an “iOS player” of sorts. It allows iOS apps to run on various platforms. It’s seen here running on a BlackBerry PlayBook. Continue reading to see video proof!
RIM’s latest accessory, the BlackBerry Music Gateway, which was unveiled at BlackBerry World 2012 is now available for purchase. The new BlackBerry Music Gateway lets you wirelessly play music to your home or car stereo from your BlackBerry® smartphone, BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet or any Bluetooth® enabled device. The new BlackBerry® Music Gateway features include: