BlackBerry launches Enterprise Technical Expert video series on YouTube

While BlackBerry has in recent months, held many webinars to cover a lot of their Enterprise offerings, those looking for more information on key products and features from BlackBerry now have a new resource to turn to as BlackBerry has launched a BlackBerry Enterprise Technical Expert Series on YouTube.

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Get networking functions from the palm of your hand with Network Tools

Are you looking for a professional networking app? Look no further than Network Tools. Whether you're a professional network administrator or system programmer, or even a individual consumer, Network Tools can offer you something. You can perform a 'Whois' search on domains, perform a DNS query and more. Each function of the app has been designed to work and complement one another and with the BlackBerry UI, it's very user-friendly.

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BlackBerry Priv begins sales in Mexico on Amazon

The reach of the BlackBerry Priv smartphone continues to expand. The latest country to offer sales of the Android-based phone is Mexico.

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BlackBerry's global decryption key was obtained by Canadian Police in 2010

It appears as though BlackBerry's global decryption key was previously obtained by the Canadian Police. According to a report, the police have had the key to BlackBerry devices since 2010, but neither the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) nor BlackBerry will confirm the details of how it was handed over.

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Power Tools for Android updated with Speak SMS, Email Filters, and Good Morning capabilities

Not too long ago, BlackBerry 10 developer Toysoft Development ported over his popular Power Tools app to the Google Play Store. This Swiss Army knife of apps provides an extensive list of features to enhance your efficiency on a daily basis. The latest version is now available for you to download in Google Play and comes with several new options, enhancements, and bug fixes.

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Marshmallow beta will soon begin rolling out to first wave of Priv testers

BlackBerry is preparing to roll out Marshmallow to Priv beta testers who have opted into the program and completed necessary enrollment steps. The company has confirmed in the beta zone that Marshmallow will be released to the program from today.

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Logitech snaps up wireless headphone maker Jaybird for $50 million

Logitech has announced that it has agreed to acquire wireless audio accessory company Jaybird.

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Register for the 'Making Sense of the EMM Alphabet Soup' webinar

If you get confused by the alphabet soup of acronyms such as EMM, MDM, MAM and MCM, BlackBerry is looking to help clear things up for by hosting a 'Making Sense of the EMM Alphabet Soup - a detailed look at MDM, MAM & MCM' webinar on Tuesday, April 19, 2016.

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Translate text with ease with dict Browser

Being able to learn a new language is not an easy task. Rather than carry around a dictionary while travelling, there are other options to try and communicate in a foreign language. One such method is using an app. From the developer that brought you ClipMan Clipboard Manager and BlackBullet, comes dict Browser. This is a browser for the mobile website dict.cc.

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WhatsApp offers up a new beta release for BlackBerry 10

If you're still riding it out with WhatsApp until the end of 2016, you might as well get yourself on the latest version possible. A new beta build has arrived in the BlackBerry Beta Zone and while the changes are certainly not huge, they might be of interest to you.

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Servomex Selects Qnx to Power Gas Analysis for Safety-critical Environments

QNX has scored another win with the announcement that Servomex Group, a world leader in gas analysis technology, has chosen the QNX Neutrino Realtime OS to power its next generation of gas analyzers, which needed a high-performance OS, flexibility to support an array of market-specific applications and the reliability to be deployed in safety-critical environments.

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Range

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Range

Did you miss BerryFlow Upstream live last night? If so, you can now sit back and watch the video or download the audio and enjoy! As BlackBerry CEO reiterates plans to launch two mid-range handsets powered by Android, we've got new distribution arrangements for the MENA region, a broader discussion on BlackBerry security and email and price cuts on BlackBerry Priv.

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The weBoost eqo boosts cellular signal throughout your home

If you want to boost the cellular reception in your home, weBoost's latest product, the eqo Cellular Signal Booster, might be what you're looking for. Compatible with Verizon, AT&T, and other major networks, eqo enhances cellular signals for greater reach across your home. You can find the eqo on Amazon now for $349.99.

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Save up to 70% on select Crucial and Lexar storage products at Amazon

Amazon's Deal of the Day can score you up to 70% savings on various hard drives, memory cards, memory and more from Lexar and Crucial. Whether you need a new hard drive for your computer, some RAM to speed it up a bit, or a new memory card for your phone, you won't want to miss out on this deal.

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128GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card

Amazon UK is selling the 128GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card for just £25. The deal shaves more than half off the card's usual retail price of £59. If you're looking to expand the storage on your phone or tablet, now is the ideal time to do it.

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Sprint may not sell the BlackBerry Priv after all

Sprint may not sell the BlackBerry Priv after all

Update - As per BlackBerry CEO John Chen, Sprint will no longer offer the BlackBerry Priv.

Despite earlier confirmation coming from BlackBerry CEO John Chen during CES 2016 that the BlackBerry Priv would be arriving on Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, it now appears as though Sprint may have decided against releasing the first-Android powered BlackBerry to their customers.

Until recently, Sprint's customer care via Twitter was advising those who asked about the Priv launch to stay tuned, but now, the replies given to customers have changed to state Sprint will no longer be offering the device. It's not just one off answer either; multiple reps said the same.

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Mobile Nations Weekly: HoloMazing

Double the cameras, double the tours, double the holograms.

This week in tech: Huawei goes double with the P9 phone with dual Leica cameras and BlackBerry starts up their Priv Marshmallow beta.

Things were relatively quiet in the Apple space, sans more rumors about the iPhone 7 and fancy new Apple Watch Hermes bands.

But the really cool stuff is happening in, of all places, Windows land. Yes, we have a HoloLens and even though we're still getting to know it… HoloLens is pretty awesome. Which is good, because those that are waiting for a flagship Surface phone will be waiting until Spring 2017.

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T-Mobile Netherlands may borrow strategy from its U.S. brother in turnaround attempt

In order to remedy issues with T-Mobile Netherlands, parent company Deutsche Telekom is reportedly planning to take a page out of the book of its U.S. counterpart. While T-Mobile Netherlands has lost over 1 million subscribers in the last three years, T-Mobile US has been consistently adding subscribers for the last couple of years, thanks in large part to aggressive pricing and promotions.

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BlackBerry and Fast Telecom sign distribution agreement

One of the key points made by BlackBerry CEO John Chen during the Q4 Fiscal 2016 earnings call was that BlackBerry was needing to ramp up their distribution and now BlackBerry and Fast Telecom have announced that they have signed a distribution agreement.

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