In a rather unexpected turn of events on the business side of BlackBerry, a report from Reuters claims that several large tech companies are currently discussing the possibly of bidding on BlackBerry – including Cisco Systems, Google, and SAP.
Google Multiplatform Chief Sundar Pichai explains at D11 his openness to the BlackBerry 10 platform, simply states as the user base grows so will the interest and plans to build Google apps on the BlackBerry 10 platform grow as well. This is not however a on the “to do list” currently for Google but just like […]
Google is currently the proud company behind the world’s most popular smartphone platform – Android. So it would stand to reason that Google’s executives would proudly display the latest Android flagships wherever they go. But Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, recently admitted that he actually uses a BlackBerry and loves it.
Not only has Google decided to shutdown their popular Google Reader service on July 1st but Google Voice for BlackBerry support will come to an end next week, according to Google they want users to use their HTML5 compatible web device which is available on BlackBerry OS 6 and above devices. Google states:
Google+ for BlackBerry® turns your BlackBerry® into the ultimate social networking device for connecting with your Google+ account while on the go. Google+ for BlackBerry® makes sharing your pictures, thoughts and whatever else you want to share with your friends, family, co-workers and acquaintances a lot simpler. Features: