ShaderJoy v1.8 on Amiga X5000 demonstrated by Kas1e

A new version of ShaderJoy for AmigaOS4 with a lot of improvements and bugfixes. Also this time it runs over OGLES2 3.0 beta and Warp3D Nova 1.71 beta meaning more complex shaders works.

Everything running on AmigaOS4.1 FE update1, X5000, RadeonRX 11 / 2GB

AmigaOne linux distro Fienix Soar Release Video

Fienix is a modern operating system designed specifically for PowerPC based personal computers and workstations. Fienix is primarily derived from Debian Linux, but Fienix also includes customizations, unique applications, and games not found in other distributions. Every function, application, and game in Fienix has been tested to ensure functionality on PowerPC systems. Additionally, Fienix includes PowerPC bug fixes and performance enhancements not found elsewhere.

Hollywood 8: Supremacy out now! – Hollywood forum

After 12 months of development, Airsoft Softwair, the hardest working men in code business, are proud to present the best Hollywood ever: Hollywood 8: Supremacy. Version 8.0 is a massive update with many new features and bug fixes. The most important new feature is full RapaGUI support on Android, which allows you to create GUIs for Android devices using Hollywood. As always with RapaGUI, only native widgets are used so the GUIs look and feel completely native. This is a truly unique feature because no other software allows you to create native GUIs for Amiga (MUI), Windows, macOS, Linux (GTK+), and Android! On top of that, there are tons of other new features, bug fixes, and improvements.

Source: Hollywood 8: Supremacy out now! – Hollywood forum

PixelGlass AlarCity, a new Amiga ShootEmUp..

Introducing AlarCity: the most daring, fast paced, AGA shoot’em’up in recent years! Assume the role of ‘Zoid’, fire elemental & son of the God of fire! Face hordes of enemies and survive! Hunt the powers of the Gods in an epic journey across the lands! Find treasures, gain experience and become the ultimate weapon! Featuring:Frantic, high-octane, top down, shooter action!50hz smooth 8-way scrolling!Superb AGA pixelart!Amazing music and sound fx!Level up and upgrade mechanics with lavish customisation options!Tons of weapons, elements, powers and items to collect!

Source: PixelGlass

A Conversation with BlackBerry CEO John Chen 

The Greater KW Chamber of Commerce hosted BlackBerry CEO John Chen for a special luncheon on May 5th with nearly 400 community builders and supporters in attendance. It was an outstanding and candid discussion between John and Chamber CEO Ian McLean. Thank you to BlackBerry and John Chen for taking the time to come and speak with us.

Jennifer Doidge named BlackBerry’s new VP of Corporate communications – NerdBerry

BlackBerry was left to fill a void when former VP of corporate communications Heidi Davidson, left BlackBerry. BlackBerry has hired Visa’s Jennifer Doidge as the new VP of Corporate communications. Doidge who spent 9 years with Visa holding multiple roles will be working out of Pleasanton, California and will answer to BalckBerry COO Marty Beard

Source: Jennifer Doidge named BlackBerry’s new VP of Corporate communications – NerdBerry

What Does the Watchdox Acquisition Mean For BlackBerry Ltd.? | The Motley Fool Canada

What is Watchdox? Most of us are familiar with Dropbox. For those who aren’t, Dropbox allows users to store files in the cloud, making them accessible across different devices. Dropbox is perfect for individuals, but large organizations are looking for an added layer of security. This is where Watchdox comes in. With Watchdox, enterprises can track and control who is sharing, or viewing, or even printing a file. A file’s creator can set a time limit on the file’s access, and can wipe the file from other devices, even after it’s left the network. If a hacker tries to steal the file, he’ll only see a bunch of encrypted characters. For this reason, Watchdox is very popular with governments, and also with Hollywood studios, who don’t want to see their scripts leaked.

Source: What Does the Watchdox Acquisition Mean For BlackBerry Ltd.? | The Motley Fool Canada