Containerize This: BlackBerry Secures More iOS and Android Apps for Enterprise than Other MDM Vendors

Originally posted on Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog:

Do you still think of BlackBerry as one-platform company? Think again. We are completely cross-platform, and have been so for several years. Android apps started running on BlackBerry phones in 2013. Last year our BBM mobile messaging shipped on all major platforms. And on the enterprise (BES) side, we embraced management of platforms such as iOS and Android in 2013, and Windows Phone last year.

Another case in point: the Secure Work Space feature that we introduced with the BES10 version of our Enterprise Mobile Management platform a year and a half ago. Secure Work Space is our version of a popular MDM feature called containerization, enabling work data and apps to be run separately from their personal counterparts.

GettyImages_164110616Such neat partitioning ensures air-tight security for work apps, and privacy for personal apps and data. No wonder it’s such a popular feature for any IT manager managing devices using…

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WordPress for iOS: New Visual Editor and More!

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WordPress for iOS version 4.8 comes with exciting editor and navigation enhancements.

Visual Editor

We’re thrilled to announce that the 4.8 release includes a beautiful new visual editor. With the new editor, you can add rich text like bold, italics, links, and lists naturally as you type. You can also insert images with a tap, seeing real-time uploading progress and images right in the post.


New Editor

App users have long wished for a “what you see is what you get” (WYSIWYG) editor on iOS. Until now, a rich mobile editing experience on the iOS app was reserved for those who felt comfortable with HTML. But not everyone is comfortable with coding, and few find it convenient to use code on a mobile device. The visual editor removes this technical friction and makes creating and publishing content on the go simpler. No code necessary!

The new…

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Chinese government removes Apple from list of approved tech companies for state purchases

Originally posted on 9to5Mac:


The Chinese government has removed several prominent US tech companies, including Apple, from its list of approved vendors for state purchases, Reuters reported today. The change is hardly unexpected following the government’s response to accusations several years ago that the US National Security Administration had been using backdoors in Apple products to spy on users.

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Thl T100s Octa-Core Android 4.2 Phone | Gadget Rumours

Octa-Core Android 4.2 Phone with 5 Inch 1080p HD Screen, 1.7GHz CPU, NFC, 13MP Front and Rear Camera, 2GB RAM, 32GB Memory and more. Experience the power of 8.

Introducing the “thl T100S” Android 4.2 Phone. As one of a very select group of phones which boasts a true Octa-Core CPU, the “T100S” can use all 8 of its CPU core simultaneously, unlike other 8 core phones which can only activate half of their CPU cores at once. This results in a drastical increase of performance while

Thl T100s Octa-Core Android 4.2 Phone | Gadget Rumours.

Zopo ZP998 equipped with MediaTek true octa core processor launched in India | Gadget Rumours

Zopo ZP998 equipped with MediaTek true octa core processor launched in India
The Zopo ZP998, a device that makes the most of the MediaTek true octa core processor has arrived in India much before the Intex phonewhose prototype was launched only recently. The device in question is currently up for sale in India for a price of …

Zopo ZP998 equipped with MediaTek true octa core processor launched in India | Gadget Rumours.

Android 4.4.1 Changelog | Gadget Rumours

The Android 4.4.1 update from Google contains a lot of other minor changes, apart from the huge jump in camera performance for theNexus 5. There are a lot of small bug-fixes and minor UI tweaks that should please Nexus users.

Below is a quick list of all the changes that Google has included inAndroid 4.4.1 KitKat for all the Nexus devices -:

  • The Camera app on the Nexus 5 has sped up considerably post the update.
  • The low volume output from the Nexus 5 speaker in certain apps has also been fixed.
  • The haptic feedback has been tweaked on the Nexus 5.
  • There are some bug-fixes related to ART as well. This allows Whatsapp to work with the ART runtime.
  • The default email client in Nexus 5 not syncing with an exchange server bug has also been fixed.
  • Immersive mode breaking while adjusting the volume level bug has been fixed.
  • The new ‘Photos’ app is now the default Gallery app.
  • There is a slight improvement in benchmark performance on the Nexus 5.
  • The transparent status bar sometimes turning opaque issue on the Nexus 5 has also been fixed.
  • The navigation bar is now transparent on the lock screen in the Nexus 4.
  • The Settings icon in Quick tiles has also been changed.
  • The Miracast setting has been renamed to Cast settings.

Android 4.4.1 Changelog | Gadget Rumours.

Neptune Pine straps a smartwatch to wrists from next month | Gadget Rumours

Neptune Pine straps a smartwatch to wrists from next month
When we covered the Neptune Pine watch earlier this year, our first thought was that it looked like the smartwatch that tech lovers have been waiting for. That was immediately followed by a second thought – is this set of rough renderings ever going to …

Neptune Pine straps a smartwatch to wrists from next month | Gadget Rumours.

Quad’s Mobile Messaging App For College Groups Supports 500-Person Chats

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

A new mobile chat application targeting college students, Quad, is working to move student organizations off of email and onto smartphones for managing their group communications. Despite the popularity of mobile messaging applications, like WhatsApp, Kik, GroupMe and dozens of others, few of these can support a large number of chat participants, often capping out at 50 users in a chat, if not fewer.

Even though the majority of college students today carry smartphones, and are increasingly turning to messaging apps for their personal communications, that 50-person limitation is a deal-breaker in terms of using most messaging clients within a bigger college group, like a fraternity, sorority, an academic group, sports team, or another sort of student organization.

That’s the problem Quad set out to address starting this September when the app first launched. Today, Quad has a presence on 2,500 of the 4,500 college campuses across the…

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Fly Or Die: Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

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In early October, we brought you our thoughts on the seven-inch Kindle Fire HDX, of which John is a huge fan.

Today we bring you the seven-incher’s big brother, the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9.

In terms of Amazon’s evolution as a hardware (and specifically tablet) company, the Fire HDX 8.9 is a markedly improved device from previous generations. It’s thinner, lighter at just 13 ounces, and more powerful with a 2.2 GHz quad-core processor and improved software.

But how does it match up to the competition this holiday season?

John seems to think that this next-gen Kindle Fire has finally achieved “productivity status,” moving from a reader on steroids to a full-fledged computing device. I’m not as convinced, but I also haven’t been able to spend quite as much time with these Fire HDX tablets as him.

Would either of us save $100 and choose the HDX…

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