BlackBerry today announced that it has released several new features for BBM, offering users new ways to chat and share with more privacy and control over their communications.
Digital Retail Apps has announced the availability of its SelfPay mobile shopper app with Apple Pay integration. The company will demonstrate Apple Pay in-app integration with SelfPay at the 2014Money20/20 Conference, November 2-6, booth #43 in Las Vegas.
Innovapptive Inc. today announced that it has won the 2014 SAP Partner Edge Application Development for Mobile Challenge. SAP runs these challenges to identify best-in-class partner SAP mobile applications for mutual customers and received hundreds of submissions this year.
EE today switched on its 4G+ network in central London. The next step in 4G technology Ã¢â‚¬â€œ also known as LTE-Advanced Ã¢â‚¬â€œ will give customers access to one of the fastest networks in the world, delivering real world mobile data speeds of 150Mbps to a smartphone.
Microsoft has just announced the Microsoft Band and Microsoft Health. The Microsoft Band is a fitness tracking wearable that goes on sale tomorrow in the US for $199. You can pick it up on your local Microsoft Store or online at the Microsoft Store website.
BlackBerry have released an upgrade to BBM for Windows Phone, bringing notification improvements, new features and bug fixes, taking the latest version to 18.104.22.168.
If you have bought yourself the new BlackBerry Passport, BlackBerry have produced a free e-book to help you learn all about the new smartphone.
Pebble has launched its beta app for Android smartphones. The new app is entirely redone from the ground up to be more stable and deliver a better experience to users.
The inaugural Cloud Law event taking place in London November 25th with participating enterprise general counsel and professional advisors is set to address the regulatory complexity confronting cloud computing in Europe.
Check Point has announced the availability of Check Point Capsule, a complete mobile solution that offers unparalleled protection for business data and mobile devices, everywhere.
It appears that BlackBerry CEO John Chen is in the mood for writing these days. Having recently written a short op-ed on LinkedIn, he has now written another of his open letters about the upcoming BlackBerry Classic.
BlackBerry announced today that French e-commerce and services company, 3SI Group, is deploying BlackBerry 10 smartphones and upgrading its enterprise mobility management platform to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.