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Furthermore, as the leading EMM provider, BlackBerry counts all G7 governments and 16 of the G20 governments among its customers.
For even more proven security, consider devices running the BlackBerry 10 platform, which is the first to obtain a coveted approval from the U.S. Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA) for Full Operational Capability on U.S. Department of Defense networks.
via U.S. Gov Cybersecurity Budget, Anthem Breach, Need for Security | Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog.
ARKICK by REFOCUSTECH has been updated to support the Blackberry Classic and Passport. Way to Go!
ARKick is your personalilzed contextual Augmented Reality Sidekick.’ It is the world’s leading contextual Augmented Reality app which helps you find nearby places in the most innovative way ever! Use ARKick to find places in the camera view based on your context- location, weather, time and also based on trending places near you via our Sidekick Engine.
via ARKICK | REFOCUS TECH.
Android apps on your Blackberry 10 Device? yes u can with the new and improved SNAP V3. Still in Beta but worth a Try
What has changed prior to V2
Snap v3 Beta 1 (188.8.131.52)
- Complete rewrite of Snap v2
- New user interface inspired by the latest version of Google Play Store
- Browse more app categories and view suggested apps
- Read app reviews
- Search Snap via BB10 extended search
- Pause and resume downloads
- View screenshots full screen
- Download of additional files (such as .obb)
- Remove apps from “My Apps”
Snap v3 Beta – Red Light Of Love, Ltd..
There are many things that tie BlackBerry users together, and one of those has always been the importance of security. Some people forget that being secure means more than just ensuring an application is virus free! Nefarious (what a great word) applications can access private data, sneak that data out to private websites, and even monitor your device traffic to keep tabs on what your doing all without the user knowing. Real dangerous applications can go even farther, allowing a developer to remotely execute code on a users device without the users permission! Imagine, applications that can decide what you can and can’t do, search the internet for things without you knowing or perform actions on your phone without your knowledge.
Not only are these security concerns very real, but they go unnoticed by all major platforms during testing and validation cycles. No major device manufacturer at this time is monitoring applications submitted to their platforms for what data is being sent and received. Although, to give them credit, BlackBerry has done a fantastic job of limiting what applications with back-doors can do.
via Web Security Analysis of 12 BlackBerry 10 Applications | FileArchiveHaven.
BlackBerry users have been eagerly anticipating the rollout of an official OS 10.3.1 release for their devices. That is, those users who do not have a Passport or Classic.
The update is long overdue as we first exclusively revealed BlackBerry had pushed back the update until 2015.
Despite a failed rumor that BlackBerry was going to release the update in January, the company had already let customers know to expect it in February.
When in February? We have exclusively learned the global rollout of OS 10.3.1 to all current in-market BB10 devices will be on February 19th.
Apparently, the rollout was supposed to have happened yesterday. However, BlackBerry had issues with the update accidentally wiping the entire device. Hopefully, BlackBerry has solved the issue and we can expect the update to hit user’s devices by the 19th.
The BlackBerry OS 10.3.1 update will bring new features and an upgraded virtual assistant with Siri-like capabilities.
via BlackBerry OS 10.3.1 Arriving February 19th | N4BB.
As posted by BBIN, the Indian Blackberry Blog
Tilt v184.108.40.206 Changelogs:
– Complete revamp of the app with better User Experience and interface
– Added ‘Stocks’ Block
– Added ‘Messages’ Block (Shows emails and SMS messages)
– Added Swipe to Refresh on each Block
– Added Custom Priority settings for each Block (High, Medium and Low)
– Added a ‘Themes’ option in Application Menu. Total 13 themes are available
– Added new ‘Squircle’ (by Roger Leblanc) animation on Refresh and Loading
– Added new fade in animation on tilting the device
– Added option to choose the number of Blocks visible. You can display from 4 to 7 blocks, with default 7 blocks being shown
– And much more!
Howdy CrackBerry nation! Hope you all have had a fantastic week. This was certainly a week that saw its share of important news. First there was the judge ordering Typo to pay BlackBerry damages amount to $860,000. Next there was the FCC seeking to classify the internet as a utility. Finally, there was the news regarding the new unlocking rules that begin on February 11th. Another mention also…
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