Blackberry 10 L-Series Phone Leaked

by: Adam

As the day draws closer and closer, it’s hard to keep products a secret in this digitally connected world of ours. Now pictures started leaking last night and also a video showing off the new BlackBerry 10 L-Series device. I’m going to keep this post short and simple and you can check out the media below. Based on the images and video, the new BlackBerry L-Series has a micro-usb port, a micro-HDMI, 3.5mm headphone jack, and sporting a 1800 mAh battery (while the iPhone5 has 1,440 mAh and the Samsung S3 is sporting a 2,100 mAh battery) Does this phone bring BlackBerry back to it’s golden years or is it too late? The original story was broken by Tinhte.ve here – http://www.tinhte.vn/threads/1732610/ Note: The video is not in English

BlackBerry Explosion

by: Adam

Have you ever noticed that at least once a year someone’s mobile device “explodes”? (Or at least they say it did.) Well the situation has come up once again just to keep the tales going. As this story goes, a BlackBerry Curve 9320 exploded after being unplugged. Kian McCreath, an 11-year old boy in the UK had just removed his phone from its charger before setting it on his bed. The phone then exploded, bursting into flames setting his bed on fire. 11-year old Kian was rushed to University Hospital Coventry with burns on his legs after having plastic burn to his skin. The parents of this young boy are demanding that RIM issue a recall on the device.    The demanded recall, I believe is extremely unnecessary although it is understandable for the parents to desire such a thing. I would also hope that if a product exploded and…

BlackBerry Invades Secret Service

by: Adam

Fellow Blackberry users, yes all 4 of you! (I am proudly still one of them) So as RIM slowly ramps up their campaign (just recently sent out an e-newsletter last week) – View Online letting the general public know they are coming back with a fresh approach have won an important US security clearance before the OS is even out. This is the first time for the mobile manufacturer to have had their OS pass security set out by government officials of the United States before the device is actually released. Otherwise known as the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) this allows government agencies to be able deploy BlackBerry 10 smartphones and their enterprise service on launch day of the device. No other mobile device manufacturer, Apple, Samsung, Nokia, etc., has passed security protocol like BlackBerry has and this is a huge area that RIM’s competitors haven’t been able to…

Tech Talk

by: Adam

Adam Oldfield, president at FPM3, hosted Tech Talk with Greg Durocher of the Cambridge Chamber (www.cambridgechamber.com) this past September 4th, 2012.  Tech Talk began with Greg’s favourite subject, BLACKBERRY, and the new Playbook. Adam also revealed some rumours about the new BlackBerry “L” – the code for London – on the BB10 operating system. They also talked about Samsung vs. Apple, Google and more.  Sponsored by AML Communications, “Your Rogers Authorized Dealer”. Follow the link below to view the video on our YouTube page! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF-6VWuXc5Y&feature=g-all-u

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