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Retailers in India have sold through their initial stock of the BlackBerry Z3

When the BlackBerry Z3 was announced for India, many folks were watching and waiting to see how the device would be priced in the region as that would be a good sign of how well the device would sell. At the time of the announcement, some were upset at that price of Rs. 15,990 but then it started arriving at retailers with even deeper discount attached to it and according to the Economic Times India, those discounts have helped push much of initial stock in India.

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Deal of the Day: CrackBerry Leather Horizontal Case for BlackBerry Q10

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The stylish CrackBerry branded Leather Horizontal Case is made of a fine, durable leather that features a fixed belt clip on the back to secure to your waist, pocket or purse. This leather case gives you and your BlackBerry device a sleek, professional look while keeping it safe from drops and scratches at the same time.

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Review & How-To: Play the iconic, genre-defining first-person shooter DOOM on BlackBerry 10

Ah...good old DOOM! Do you remember DOOM? If you are at all into video games and were around in or before the 90's, then you probably know DOOM, and if not, quite frankly you should! DOOM is a classic, legendary video game that defined the genre of the first-person shooter. The game was created by id Software, a company with a huge legacy best known for their classics such as Wolfenstein 3D (the first 3D shooter game ever to exist) and their Quake series. Still around today, the company has been hard at work on the fourth installment of DOOM, a continuation of the modern, popular horror/survival shooter, DOOM 3.

As awesome as the modern DOOM games are, sometimes nothing quite compares to the classics. For this reason, many people still play the retro DOOM games today. They most often make use of source ports which improve some elements of the game while ultimately, ideally maintaining the original feel and experience. Some of these source ports have made it over to the mobile realm of gaming, and lucky for us, one of the ports is available for BlackBerry 10 thanks to developer Michael Ryssen.

The game, available for only $1.99 in BlackBerry App World, is called DoomGLES. If you want to jump right into the classic, action-packed, demon and zombie-slaying fun, you can install it, run it, and play the shareware version of the original DOOM right away. However, it is important to understand that you are buying the port from this developer, rather than buying the actual DOOM games. For this reason, to install full DOOM games onto your BlackBerry device, you must be willing to do a little bit of legwork and own (preferably legitimate) copies of the game WAD files. I have made a simple, easy-to-follow video showing you exactly how to get all of the full DOOM games up and running on your BlackBerry.

What You Will Need

  • The Ultimate Doom, DOOM II: Hell on Earth, Final DOOM: TNT Evilution, and/or Final DOOM: Plutonia Experiment installed on your computer
  • BlackBerry Link, a USB cable, and your file operator (e.g. Windows Explorer) to drag and drop files from your computer to your BlackBerry
  • A visit to the developer's website to obtain the necessary OGG and GLES files here

The Review

When launching DoomGLES, the first screen you are presented with could be referred to as the launch screen. This is where you can select which one of the classic DOOM games it is that you want to run. In addition, you can also configure some visual options and game settings from this screen.

If you are running DoomGLES without having installed any of the full games, the only option that will work for you is "Doom1." This will load the original DOOM (non-Ultimate DOOM) and will only have the first episode, Knee Deep in the Dead available to play. This is the shareware version which, as I stated in the video above, was one of the most widely downloaded pieces of software of all time. For any of the full games that you have installed, you can select the corresponding option to launch that DOOM game.

If you aren't sure how to configure your launch options, I would recommend starting off with how I have it set in the preceding screen capture. This will allow the game to visually look fairly pleasing while also providing for solid performance. If you turn on the enhanced liquid textures by selecting "Blood" and "Water," then your battery will be eaten up at a faster rate due to the graphics processor having to work harder. Additionally, I have my game set to allow me to move around with one thumb, and to look/aim/shoot with the other. Lastly, I selected "No Always Run" to allow for some granularity in how fast movement occurs based on how quickly you swipe with your thumb. If you uncheck that option, you may find that the character moves too fast to comfortably control. Of course, these settings are all personal preference and I would recommend playing around with different combinations of options and deciding what works best for your enjoyment of DoomGLES.

As for the game itself, the developer, Ryssen, brought the visual quality of OpenGLES to DOOM, making everything in the game completely three-dimensional and giving the textures a considerable boost in fidelity. Essentially, it is still DOOM, but it will look as good as id Software's next game, Quake. It plays exceptionally well for a mobile port of this type of game, and once you get accustomed to the feel of the controls and physical space with which you have to play, DOOM on your BlackBerry becomes a real treat!

If you aren't already familiar with DOOM, the game consists of different levels in which your character, a space marine (and often referred to as "DOOM Guy"), must navigate his way through demonically-invaded bases on the moons of mars. The objectives are simply to kick some demon behind, find as many of the secret areas as you can, and most importantly--to get to the exit of each level alive! You will also need to pick up key cards to open locked areas along the way.

When you see a door with a red, blue, or yellow/orange outline, that means you need the corresponding color key card to open that door. While certainly not the most complex game, especially considering today's standards, the action-packed, exhilarating experience of being surrounded--sometimes bombarded--with demons and having to blast your way out can provide for hours upon hours of fun!

The famous (perhaps infamous) room in which a player is presented with a fake exit switch, which when pressed, leads to a massive ambush.

The first confrontation with a Cyberdemon, arguably the most iconic demon and boss from the entire DOOM franchise. Yes, that's a rocket launcher mounted on his arm!

So, in closing, I highly encourage both new and old DOOMers alike to check out DoomGLES in the BlackBerry App World and savor every moment you have playing it. It truly is a video game that we all should be thankful was developed, as it set into motion the wheels of inspiration and potential for countless (if not the majority) of future action/shooter games to come. For me, I think I've been playing DOOM since I was in Kindergarten, and I have no plans to stop, for it is truly a video game that has survived the test of time.

Be sure to call for reinforcements in the comments if you need any further assistance with installing and setting DoomGLES up. I will do my best to respond to you! Happy gaming!

This post was written by Stephen Veach, CrackBerry member STV0726, as part of CrackBerry's Community Homepage Contributions initiative

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Weekend Coder: World Cup Bingo with GridLayout

One of the more overlooked additions to 10.3 in Cascades is the new layout called GridLayout. While it is not that impressive of a feature it is definitely a welcomed addition to Cascades, especially for any developers who have attempted to create a grid layout on their own. Since there isn’t much to show with GridLayout, I have also themed my grid into a World Cup Bingo Card with some JavaScript to make it a bit more interesting.

First, let’s take a look at GridLayout. Much like the other layouts (Stack, Dock, Absolute) you’ll define it as a “layout:” within a Container. Inside the GridLayout the only parameter is columnCount. This parameter does exactly what it sounds like, sets the number of columns. For example:

    Container {
        layout: GridLayout {
            columnCount: 5
        }

    }

For a Bingo card we need 5 columns, so the columnCount is set to 5. From here each defined parent component will represent a “cell” in the grid and will be placed next to each other from left to right until the columnCount is reached and then it will start a new row. So for instance a Label will be considered a component and so will a Container. However any children inside that Container won’t apply to the columnCount of the GridLayout. So consider the following code and QML preview:

Notice how since the two Labels (2 and 3) are inside of a Container they are contained within a single cell within the GridLayout. For my Bingo Card example, to help keep myself organized I find it best to use custom components in conjunction with GridLayout. I created a custom component in BingoTile.qml and each cell will be made up of the component BingoTile. Now my GridLayout would look something like the following:

    Container {
        layout: GridLayout {
            columnCount: 5
        }
            BingoTile {
                id: tileB1
                tileLabel: ""
            }
            BingoTile {
                id: tileB2
                tileLabel: ""
            }
            BingoTile {
                id: tileB3
                tileLabel: ""
            }
            BingoTile {
                id: tileB4
                tileLabel: ""
            }
            BingoTile {
                id: tileB5
                tileLabel: ""
            }
            BingoTile {
                id: tileI1
                tileLabel: ""
            }
           // And so on for tile I2 through O5
    }

That’s about it for GridLayout. No other options available. This is disappointing because I was hoping to have a bit more customization much like a table in HTML where you can set cells to span over multiple columns or rows. Additionally, I was hoping for the ability to have border decoration and cell padding and spacing (again more features from basic HTML tables). If you take a look at the source code you’ll see that in my custom component of BingoTile.qml I mimic borders for this example. So while it is not an easily set parameter it is definitely possible to do in GridLayout.

Now to make this GridLayout sample more interesting and themed to the World Cup, I’ve randomly generated what goes into each BingoTile using a couple JavaScript functions. First I have a switch function that contains all the “soccer” (football for the rest of the world) events I could think of, which was 33 different events. And that function looks like:

function wordSwitch(a) {
    var b;
    switch (a) {
    case 1:
        b = "goal";
        break;
    case 2:
        b = "corner kick";
        break;
    case 3:
        b = "foul";
        break;
//...
    case 32:
        b = "ghost goal";
        break;
    case 33:
        b = "advantage foul";
        break;

    }
    return (b);
}

Next I have a function that creates an array of 24 unique numbers between 1 and 33 because a Bingo card has 25 tiles with 1 free space. And I did not want any two tiles on the Bingo card to be the same. The last part of this function runs each of my 24 unique numbers in the array through the switch function and applies them to each of my BingoTile’s tileLabel. And that looks like:

function makeCard() {
    var arr = [];
    while (arr.length < 24) {
        var randomnumber = Math.ceil(Math.random() * 33);
        var found = false;
        for (var i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {
            if (arr[i] == randomnumber) {
                found = true;
                break;
            }
        }
        if (!found)
            arr[arr.length] = randomnumber;
    }
    tileB1.tileLabel = wordSwitch(arr[0]);
    tileB2.tileLabel = wordSwitch(arr[1]);
    tileB3.tileLabel = wordSwitch(arr[2]);
    tileB4.tileLabel = wordSwitch(arr[3]);
// etc for B5 through O3
    tileO4.tileLabel = wordSwitch(arr[22]);
    tileO5.tileLabel = wordSwitch(arr[23]);
    console.log(arr); 
//console log just to see the array

}

The makeCard() function runs each time the app is opened, this is done by doing the following:

import bb.cascades 1.3
import "functions.js" as MyFunctions

Page {
//...
    onCreationCompleted: {
        MyFunctions.makeCard();
    }
}

 Additionally I have added an application menu so you can generate a new card by swiping down from the top and triggering the “New Card” action.

If you check out the source code I’ve posted to github below, you’ll see I have added a few other features such a TapHandler on each BingoTile to change the background from white to green when tapped. And there are a few other features thrown in. With a little decoration and a few more features, this could be a "real" app. Feel free to check out the source code and for any non-coders out there I have attached the .bar file too if you want to load up the Bingo card and play along while watching the last two games of the World Cup this weekend.

More information / Download World Cup Bingo Sample code from Github

Download World Cup Bingo .bar file (10.3 required)

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Create animated GIFs on the fly with VideoGIFer

Animated are all the rage nowadays. I love a good GIF and I follow a couple of great BBM Channels dedicated to animated GIFs. But what if you want to create your own? Or turn a short video clip into a GIF to share with the world? There are websites which allow you to do this but if you want to do it on the fly from your BlackBerry 10 device one popped up in BlackBerry World not too long ago - VideoGIFer.

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We've seen a nice increase in BlackBerry publicising new enterprise customers recently and they are at it again, this time with a UK NHS (National Health Service) trust. In the medical field security has to be paramount due to patient confidentiality so BlackBerry seems the sensible platform of choice.

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One of the things I love most about my BlackBerry is the ability to have a different alert tone for every app on the device. What this means is that when a notification comes in I know what it is without having to even look at the device. If you are a new BlackBerry Z3 user you'll want to take advantage of this awesome feature as it really does make the whole BlackBerry 10 user experience much better.

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BlackBerry App Roundup for July 11, 2014

Howdy CrackBerry nation! It's been a mighty fine week here for BlackBerry what with the BBM Private Beta rolling out for Windows Phone users, the BlackBerry Q10, Q5, and Z30 earning Red Dot design awards, and, of course, reasons why the Passport is the device for you. All in all, not bad if I do say so myself.

We all know you are here to see what this week's picks are so let's get back to the show shall we. Each app or game can be seen by clicking through the gallery. If your favorite did not make the cut this week, remember you can help by offering your suggestions at the end.

iShrink by DevPDA.net

The developer behind this first application claimed he had a free hour so he made a simple app. The result is this URL generator for BlackBerry 10. If you have ever wanted to shrink website links to post to your social networks without going over the character count then this will help you to accomplish that task. It's fast, easy to use, and supports various servers including Bitly.com, Google, and Tinyurl. All you have to do is download the plugin for the server you wish to use, insert the link, and it does the rest. As it is integrated into the framework you can not only share the link but open the link from the browser right into the application as well. This handy Built for BlackBerry tool is free to download and is certainly one I will be taking advantage of and you should do the same as well.

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La Grande Boucle by Davide Massetti

It is time once again for the Tour de France and for those looking to follow the cycling action be sure to check out this native application. It allows you to view all 21 stages with details, all 22 teams and 198 riders, standings, and live feeds directly from the official website of the Tour de France. This is a great way to have all of the news at your fingertips thanks to the clean interface and active frame support. You can find it for all BlackBerry 10 smartphones for $1.99.

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Pizzino 2.0 by Bellotti Alessandro

This next application allows you to create files with multimedia content and then share on BBM. However, there is one catch. Only those who have the application installed can read the aforementioned content. It is quite an interesting application to say the least and offers three kinds of content: text, images, and sounds. For texts and images you can set a self-destruct timer so that all are destroyed upon opening. There is also a "LifeTimer" that can be activated for all as well. There are additional features such as adding password protection and the option to set the auto-destruct time. Initially free to download, there is an in-app purchase of $.99 to remove the pop-up reminder box that appears for every action you perform.

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Money Manager by BK Soft

We all could use a little organization when it comes to our finances. This latest application to make its way to the storefront comes with a variety of features to keep you on track. Money Manager is a personal expense-tracking app that is part checkbook register, part bills reminder, and part budget planner. Now I have tried quite a few applications to help juggle and manage my finances and this one gets the job done even if the interface may not look as good as other applications. Some of the useful features included are being able to track business, personal, and travel expenses quickly, interactive reports and graphs to analyze income, expenses, cash flow, and balances over custom time periods, being able to set monthly budgets by account or category, receive notifications for upcoming and overdue bills, export transactions to load to other applications including Quicken, backup data on SD card, and track multiple accounts in multiple currencies. Money Manager is a full-featured application that even lets you password protect your data from prying eyes. Available for BlackBerry 10 as an Android Port, you can purchase for $.99.

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Car Racer by Academ Media

As far back as I can remember, racing games were always a favorite of mine at the arcade. This high-speed version is rather simple but is fun to play when there is time to spare. The controls are easy to figure out though you have to be quick to make the necessary adjustments in time to keep up with the rest of the cars. It offers decent graphics and sounds and gets the job done in terms of being a great time-waster. Car Racer only supports all-touch BlackBerry 10 devices and is available for $.99.

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What You Might Have Missed

Search for IMDB by S4BB Limited

I admit my TV viewing habits are probably more than the average person. My almost filled DVR can certainly attest to that at the moment, and it's the summer! While a version is already available in BlackBerry World, the developer released a version in the BlackBerry Beta Zone this week to test out features that will be forthcoming. Using this application you can view the top lists and search Movie Titles, Actors, Directors, Celebrities, and Trailers. This is definitely an application that will come in handy for all you entertainment junkies out there. You will need to have a BlackBerry Beta Zone account to download. Be sure to give it a try and, of course, submit your feedback so the developers can learn your suggestions and help improve the application.

More information/Download Search for IMDB from BlackBerry World
Download the BlackBerry Beta Zone App

Until next week...

That's it for this week folks. For more apps and games be sure to head on over to the CrackBerry Forums where you will find even more hidden gems to choose from whether it be for BlackBerry 10, BBOS or the BlackBerry PlayBook. Of course, you can always find the latest and greatest top editor's picks in the CrackBerry App Gallery. Are there any apps or games you would like to see? Feel free to leave your suggestions in the comments.

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After gathering some hype following its announcement, the Blackphone has started shipping to customers who pre-ordered the device. For those who aren't familiar with the Blackphone, it's a result of a partnership between Spanish manufacturer Geeksphone and security company Silent Circle and uses a specialized build of Android called PrivatOS, which the company has dubbed 'an unparalleled product ideal for information workers, executives, public figures, and anyone else unwilling to give up their privacy.'

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BlackBerry stock is close to a new 52-week high

In the weeks since BlackBerry's latest earnings announcement the stock has climbed significantly higher. It was trading in the $8 range (all figures in USD) prior to the quarterly news, and has now advanced to $11.43 as I write this. This week the stock reached a high of $11.63, which is very close to the company's 52-week high of $12.18.

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BBM

BlackBerry is no longer taking sign ups for the closed beta test of its upcoming BBM app for Windows Phone, with users now being asked to register for a waitlist.

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G4S Argentina upgrades to BES10 for Secure Enterprise Mobility Management

The list of companies signed on for BES10 continues to grow, this time BlackBerry has announced the addition of G4S Argentina. With over 4,500 employees in Argentina, G4S has recently implemented their own bring your own device (BYOD) strategy and to assist with that they've decided to upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) as their enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution.

"BlackBerry is our main mobile communications provider for our operations outside of our Buenos Aires Headquarters," said Rafael Acosta, IT Manager at G4S Argentina. "Our dynamic workforce demands real-time mobility, as well as efficiency, in communications. Through BES10, we are looking to ensure that data remains secure by separating users' corporate data from their personal data. In addition, it will allow our operations to be more mobile and will simplify enterprise mobility management."

"By helping G4S facilitate a BYOD platform, we're able to ensure they have the most secure enterprise mobility solution, the easiest integration with existing IT Systems as well as great variety of enterprise applications." said Joao Stricker, Regional Director for the Southern Cone and Brazil, at BlackBerry.

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Mobile Nations Community Update, July 2014

Mobile Nations Community Update, July 2014

It’s that time again, time for the Mobile Nations Community Update. Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Phone Central are all chugging along with good stories, great conversation, and awesome people.

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Time Shift

Taking photographs with a smartphone is paramount to many people. Whilst the camera on the BlackBerry Z3 may not be the best on the market due to it being a low cost handset, it does offer decent results and like all BlackBerry 10 devices has the 'Time Shift' option built right in.

If you have recently picked up the Z3 and it's your first BlackBerry 10 smartphone you'll want to carry on reading as I suspect you'll be rather impressed with what Time Shift has to offer. The feature is the perfect camera tool for when taking photographs of either a person or a group of people. We've all taken this style of photo before and found it's not always easy to take the snap just at the right time - when everyone is smiling or nobody is blinking. Time Shift solves this problem and here's how....

With the camera open on the Z3 you'll want to tap the camera icon at the top right of the display. Here you will have the option to switch to the video camera and also Time Shift. With Time Shift setected you are all set to go.

When you take a photograph the Z3 will actually record the image from slightly before and after the actual shot. This will then allow you to use the bar at the base of the display to move back and forth in time to choose the perfect image. But things get even more interesting - particularly if you have more than one person in the photo.

Just tap on one of the faces and you will be able to Time Shift that person. You can do this with numerous faces in the photograph - therefore allowing the best pose from each subject to give you the ultimate finished result.

The proof is in the pudding with this one and is a lot more enjoyable to use than read about. If you take a lot of photos of your friends then the BlackBerry Z3 is going to be your best buddy. In fact, your friends may well be jealous of the super results you get. Time Shift is extremely clever and it's awesome that it comes as a standard feature within BlackBerry 10.

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Deal of the Day: Seidio SURFACE Case for BlackBerry Z10

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Crafted from a hard yet flexible material, the SURFACE Case provides an amazingly thin layer of protection without adding the excessive bulk of other cases. This case consists of interlocking top and bottom pieces that fit your BlackBerry Z10 snugly, and a soft touch finish provides a great feel and better grip without attracting lint.

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Alpha Browser

You may remember that a short while back we gave away 500 copies of Web Splitter for BlackBerry 10. They got snapped up pretty darn quickly so this time around the developer, TZapps, is offering a whopping 1000 copies of Alpha Browser free of charge to CrackBerry readers - good on him!

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Who doesn't like a spot of music right? In this day and age where more of us are viewing greater amounts of media on our smartphones you may want to download the VEVO app for your BlackBerry 10 handset. You won't however find this one in BlackBerry World, but fear not as you can easily grab the Android version from the Amazon Appstore.

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9 of 10 emergency wireless calls lack accurate location data in D.C. area

Don't cut the cord just yet on your home phones! FCC data reveals that 9 out of 10 emergency calls made with a cell phone in Washington, D.C. lack accurate location information, making it harder for emergency workers to respond in a crisis. The data was collected in the first half of 2013 and only covers the D.C. area in the U.S.

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BlackBerry offers up another look at the revolutionary keyboard on the BlackBerry Passport

With the BlackBerry Passport now out there and in the open, there is still some folks who don't quite grasp how the keyboard and trackpad will work together or how it adds to the level of productivity one can achieve. To help offer a better look, BlackBerry has now posted up more information on how the keyboard will work along with the touch-enabled keyboard. For most CrackBerry readers and Passport fans, this likely isn't new information. In fact, the post kind of sort of leaked early but just in case you missed it the first time around, have a look!

BlackBerry Passport is a unique device that was built with productivity at its core. The revolutionary new physical keyboard is responsive to touch, so you have more ways to control your smartphone without having to use the touchscreen. With rows of touch-sensitive physical keys, BlackBerry Passport combines the efficiency of tactile typing with touchscreen-like navigation to deliver on that productivity promise.

This way, you'll be able to keep your eyes on the goal – getting things done. (If you're a developer, head over to the Developer blog to learn how you can take advantage of the new BlackBerry Passport keyboard in your apps.)

With the Passport's touch-enabled keyboard, you'll be able to navigate web pages, apps and e-mails by lightly brushing your fingers over the keys, which helps with things like scrolling and cursor placement. It's a minimalist design that maximizes BlackBerry Passport's already-awesome amount of screen real estate. You'll be able to read documents faster, as well as keep your fingers close to the keys, ready to type.

  • Faster scrolling: As noted above, you can use the keyboard to swipe up and down to scroll on long lists in a document or on a browser page, keeping your fingers off the screen and focused on what's happening.

  • More intuitive cursor control and text selection: This is a classic BlackBerry productivity enhancement reinvented for the Passport. Double-tap the keyboard, then drag your finger across the keyboard to drop the cursor at precisely the right point. Or select the text just as you would on an older BlackBerry: hold the SHIFT key while dragging your finger across the keyboard to extend a selection.

  • Smart, contextual virtual keys: The Passport's QWERTY 3-row keyboard creates a clean-looking, right-sized layout. There is also a virtual 4th row on-screen that smartly shifts depending on context. So if you're typing a password on-screen, the 4th row would automatically include numbers and symbols commonly used in passwords. If you're typing an e-mail, the '@' symbol will be displayed, and when surfing the Web, the colon and backslash characters needed to type in a URL will be displayed. Like I said, smart! With a little practice, most Passport users should find themselves typing faster than ever before.

  • Flick to type: Stuck on a word? BlackBerry 10's next word suggestion feature learns from you to give you smart, personalized choice of words you're likely to type. You then just flick up to complete the word.

  • Easier delete: Made a mistake? No problem, just swipe back (left) to Delete the last word, just like on our virtual keyboard!

  • Entering an accented character? Hold the letter key down, and then lightly tap on the key to add the appropriate accent!

It's one thing to look at this device and think it might not be for you but as we've mentioned many times now, it's one of those things that can't be fully realized until you actually pick it up and use it.

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BlackBerry Beta Zone now accepting sign ups for BBM beta on Windows Phone

As expected due to the app having arrived on the Windows Phone Store under private beta status, BlackBerry has now announced their open, external beta for BBM on Windows Phone. As noted on the Inside BlackBerry Blog, BBM on Windows Phone will bring a fresh new native look & feel having been specifically designed for Windows Phone.

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