Blackberry has just taken the covers off their latest model, the Q5. It will come packed with a 1.2Ghz dual core processor, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of on-board memory, a 3.1” 720x720 LCD screen, a non-removable 2100MAh battery, a Micro-SD slot (up to 32GB), it will be running on the latest version of Blackberry OS 10.1 and it will be available in Black, White, Red and Pink.
The new BlackBerry Q5 smartphone will be available in selected markets in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia (including the Asia Pacific region), and Latin America, with availability beginning in July.
The Pentagon has cleared BlackBerry 10 connected via BES 10 and Samsung Android devices connected via Samsung’s Android Knox, for use within the Department of Defense (DoD).
With a very large percentage of BlackBerry devices already being used within the Pentagon (470,000 out of 600,000), the role of BlackBerry including devices and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 continues to be important and relevant for security conscious organisations.
The approval allows all DoD customers to use the BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10 smartphones, and BlackBerry PlayBook tablets on DoD networks.
It’s always recommended to Backup as often as possible to safeguard your data. On this note, both iTunes and iCloud can back up the data on your iPhone and iPad.
Follow these steps to back up your previous device and then restore the backup to your newly purchased device. Your saved messages, email accounts, photos, notes, and other personal settings will be transferred to your new device. Continue reading →
There have been a number of stories in the press recently that highlight an issue where children in particular have inadvertently generated high bills through Apple’s iTunes store whilst playing games on iPads or iPhones.
If you are concerned about your children making in-app purchases, then here is how to stop them.
With more than 60 battery saving improvements in the last update to BB10, users in various online forums have reported the Z10 battery life has improved quite a bit. As the battery life varies depending on how you use your BlackBerry 10 device, to help battery power last longer, try any or all of the following: Continue reading →
BlackBerry ID is designed to allow a convenient and secure method to authenticate the identity across various BlackBerry related products and services. This allows for seamless transferring and sharing of information across the products or services that the account has been authorised for. (Example: A user can have the same BlackBerry ID authenticated to a BlackBerry smartphone and a BlackBerry PlayBook to share billing information for purchases with BlackBerry App World.)
Due to this sharing of information, it is not recommended to share a BlackBerry ID between multiple users.