Everybody who has a computer, PC or Mac, knows that eventually, you're going to run out of space on your hard drive. Photos, documents, videos, music, presentations, notes, memos, and everything else, all eat away at the precious storage space. Of course, when your hard drive is full, you then have to spend a ton of time going through all your files and deciding what you can delete; it's a giant time waster. That's why cloud storage services are so popular today.

Unfortunately, cloud storage comes with its own problems. Most cloud storage services cost a subscription fee every month, meaning you will be paying for it for the rest of your life! Plus, some don't offer enough storage for people who really need it. It can all seem a little hopeless; however, iMore Digital Offers has the solution!

Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage: Lifetime Solution offers you easy access, to cloud storage for the rest of your life, with no monthly subscription fee; pay once and forget about it!

You can get Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage: Lifetime Solution for only one payment of $39! That will literally save you hundreds, even thousands of dollars that you would be wasting on monthly payment over the course of your life.

Never worry about having not enough space, because with Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage: Lifetime Solution you get 500GB of instant cloud storage and another 500GB of cold cloud storage. That's a whole terabyte of data, that's more than some entire computer have.

Here are just some of the great features that you can look forward to with Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage: Lifetime Solution:

  • Store 1TB of data for life with no additional costs.
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  • Enjoy backup scheduling, bandwidth throttling, icon overlay, file retention and more.

Stop panicking every time you need to save a new file to your computer and get cloud storage that truly works for you. With no monthly fees, 1TB of storage and data encryption, Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage: Lifetime Solution will give you the peace of mind you need.

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Save $16 o this DTEK50 smart flip case today!

Save $16 o this DTEK50 smart flip case today!

Want to keep the front and back of your DTEK50 safe but not miss out on any notifications? If so, BlackBerry's smart flip case is a great addition to your phone. It has a small window that lets you view your notifications while the case is closed, and right now you can grab one for just $18.95, a savings of $16.

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Hub+ Services with Facebook Messenger integration update now available

If you're part of the Hub+ Services beta this won't be anything really new to you but, if you're not part of the beta program, the latest Hub+ Services update is now available and brings along with it Facebook Messenger integration for the BlackBerry Hub. Aside from the Facebook Messenger integration, BlackBerry only noted 'bug fixes and performance improvements', so let us know in the comments if you spot anything else new.

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BlackBerry kicks off new ad campaign to spread the word about their software pivot

Ever since their Q2 Fiscal 2017 earnings report, BlackBerry has been busy pushing the message hard that software is the new BlackBerry and to help further spread that word, the company has now kicked off a new ad campaign using print and digital online ads through the the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times. As highlighted in a new post from Chief Operating Officer at BlackBerry, Marty Beard, we'll be hearing about BlackBerry a lot more in the very near future.

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BlackBerry DTEK60 will be available from Media Markt

BlackBerry DTEK60 will be available from Media Markt

Europe's largest retailer of consumer electronics will be offering the DTEK60 according to a freshly leaked ad. As expected, the ad highlights the specs of the DTEK60 such as the Snapdragon 820 processor, the 21MP and 8MP camera as well as the 32GB of internal storage, 4GB of RAM, fingerprint sensor and the USB-C port and finally, the quad HD display.

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Digital Offers: Master Microsoft Office for just $49

Understanding Microsoft Office and how it all works is very important when looking for a job. Don't get left behind at the interview table because you don't know how to use formulas in Excel or analyze data with ease. With Microsoft offering so many apps under the Office umbrella, it can be hard to learn them all, especially if you don't know where to begin. Luckily, getting started doesn't have to be hard.

For just $49 you can get access to a year of amazing Microsoft Office information to help you master the suite of apps. From the basic features and functions to data analyzing, you'll have access to it all.

The courses in this bundle include:

  • Microsoft Excel Course Section 1: Foundation
  • Section 2: Orientation & efficiency
  • Section 3: Administration
  • Section 4: Data Handling
  • Section 5: Data Analysis
  • Section 6: Presentation

But that isn't it. There is more than 100 hours of learning material from in-depth data handling to formatting options, and much more. The bundle also includes:

  • Over 100 hours of learning material
  • Essential Excel functions (doesn't waste your time w/ useless functions)
  • Basic terminology & setup
  • Data analysis basics w/ PivotTables & more
  • In-depth data handling: sorting, filtering, lookup & more
  • Formatting options & training

That's quite a lot of information, and for a limited time you can get it for just $49. This is a huge savings from the original $453 price tag that you would pay on all these courses. Whether you think you are good at Office or know you need to get better, you won't want to miss out on this deal.

Be sure to grab this mastery bundle for 89% off before the deal ends.

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Parliamentary Service New Zealand and Mai-Wel Group choose BlackBerry Software

The customer wins for BlackBerry software continue to grow as the company has now announced Parliamentary Service New Zealand and Australian healthcare organization, Mai-Wel Group, are among the latest organizations to deploy WatchDox and other cross-platform BlackBerry software solutions.

This news comes hot on the heels of a recent study from Australian research firm, Telsyte, which reveals a growing concern about the security of personal cloud storage services, and ranks BlackBerry as the leading MDM vendor in Australia and New Zealand. Paul Crighton, Vice-President for BlackBerry in Asia Pacific says that the new study and customer wins in government and healthcare underline the continued adoption of BlackBerry enterprise software.

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New patent shows how BlackBerry plan to employ authentication using their touch-sensitive keyboard

Aside from the Geekbench results showing off some purported specs for the BlackBerry 'Mercury', a new patent filed BlackBerry has now appeared that adds more weight to the rumor that QWERTY device will be making use of a fingerprint sensor through its touch-sensitive keyboard. Registered as US20160299682A1 and published on October 13, 2016, the new patent in its abstract form highlights how BlackBerry plans to employ authentication using a touch-sensitive keyboard.

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If you purchased an unlocked AT&T Priv your updates will now come directly from BlackBerry

If you're among the many who took advantage of grabbing an unlocked AT&T Priv for cheap only to find out you were somewhat shut out of updates, I have some good news for you. Starting today, with a new software update that should be arriving soon, your updates will now come directly from BlackBerry.

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Play

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Play

Missed BerryFlow live? Go ahead and get yourself caught up. This week, we discuss BlackBerry Hub+ vs. Samsung Focus, the latest Android beta for the DTEK50, when we can expect the DTEK60 to finally be available and much, much more! Catch the audio or video below.

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BlackBerry 'Mercury' starts turning up on Geekbench running Android 7.0

While we're still waiting for the official announcement of the BlackBerry DTEK60, those who are waiting on BlackBerry's next QWERTY device better known as 'Mercury' for now, have something to discuss as the device specs have seemingly popped up on the benchmark testing site Geekbench.

Previous rumors called for the 'Mercury' to be powered by Android 7.0 Nougat running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 alongside 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage with a 4.5-inch 3:2 aspect ratio HD display as well as 3400maH battery. In the camera department, rumors also suggested 'Mercury' would have 18MP rear camera and 8MP front-facing camera.

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SanDisk 200GB

Right now you can pick up a 200GB SanDisk microSD card for just $59 at Amazon, a savings of $20 from its regular price. Whether you need some extra storage for your phone, tablet, camera or other devices, you won't want to miss out on this deal. Having 200GB of storage may seem a bit excessive to some and just right for others, but at the price you really can't go wrong with having the extra storage available to you. It will allow you to save music, videos, movies and more locally so you don't have to rely on your mobile data in order to access it all.

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Chatbot API coming to BBM in early 2017


As announced on the new BBM Blog, early 2017 will see an expansion of BBM into the chatbot arena with BBM offering developers and businesses a chatbot application programming interface (API) for BBM.

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BlackBerry rolls out their latest Android beta to DTEK50 owners

A nice little surprise for DTEK50 owners as we head into the weekend. BlackBerry has now begun to roll out their latest Android beta to DTEK50 devices enrolled in the beta program. This time around, the update comes in weighing around 337MB and when all is said and done, you will be on firmware version AAH108.

As with all beta releases, there is no full changelog here but thanks to the Android security patch level indicator, we know that this includes all patches for the October security update. Go ahead and head to Settings>About phone>System updates and you should be able to pull it down. If not, hang tight, it'll be along shortly.

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BlackBerry highlights four reasons why Hub+ on Android is better than Samsung Focus

A few months ago it was rumored Samsung would be releasing an app that was widely noted to similar to that of the BlackBerry Hub on Android. Eventually, those rumors turned to reality and Samsung Focus was released to Google Play for Samsung devices. Considering the comparisons made before release, BlackBerry has taken a look at Samsung Focus and laid out four reasons why BlackBerry Hub+ on Android beats Samsung Focus.

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Grab this pocket-sized 5000mAh power bank for just $6

For a limited time, you can pick up Kmashi's pocket-sized 5000mAh power bank for just $6 with coupon code S6Y8AMQO, a savings of $5. Being 5000mAh you'll be able to charge just about any phone or tablet that you are carrying around fully from the pack while out and about without needing to strap yourself to a wall. It outputs at a maximum of 5V/2A so it will deliver a quicker charge to your phone, and the bank itself recharges fully in around three hours.

If you find yourself running low on battery during the day, you should grab one of these for your pocket, purse, desk, bag, or anywhere else you can think to store one. Remember, you need coupon code S6Y8AMQO for the discount here.

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BlackBerry DTEK60 pops up at Staples Canada

BlackBerry DTEK60

Another day, another BlackBerry DTEK60 spotting. This time around, the folks at Staples Canada have now listed the still unannounced officially BlackBerry DTEK60 to their website. Unlike previous listings, though, Staples is not taking any pre-orders for the device. Instead, they just place it out of stock online and left the $699.99 price tag there for all to see.

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New BlackBerry Hub+ App Suite beta updates available for Priv and DTEK50

If you've signed up for the BlackBerry Beta Zone and are looking to get the latest BlackBerry Hub+ App Suite beta updates, BlackBerry has now pushed the latest batch to Google Play. This time around, all of the apps contain minor bug fixes across the board.

New versions of PIM Applications have been posted to Google Play and will soon be available. The update includes minor bug fixes in BlackBerry Hub, BlackBerry Calendar, Contacts by BlackBerry, Tasks by BlackBerry and Notes by BlackBerry. All five apps are also available on a selected set of non-BlackBerry devices.

Product Versions:

  • Hub+ Services
  • Hub
  • Calendar
  • Contacts
  • Notes
  • Tasks

As noted, all of the updates are available on a selected set of non-BlackBerry devices as well as the Priv and DTEK50, so if you haven't grabbed them as of yet, be sure to do so and offer up any feedback you have on the new releases. Additionally, you should also see an update to the BlackBerry Launcher as well but there was no new changelog to go along with that, so drop a comment if you spot anything new there.

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Cisco to end WebEx Meetings support for BlackBerry OS 6, 7 and 10 on January 4, 2017

If you rely on the Cisco WebEx Meetings app on BlackBerry OS 6, 7 or 10, you will need to look into alternative options beginning January 4, 2017. As announced via their website and in-app, Cisco will stop supporting and selling Cisco WebEx Meetings for BlackBerry OS 6, 7, and 10, however, standard dial-in procedures will still work.

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