We learned early on BlackBerry would also be revamping their desktop syncing software and replacing BlackBerry Desktop Software. The new app called BlackBerry Link comes with a revamped UI and is meant to be more user friendly than the aging BlackBerry Desktop Software solution, as well it was built to offer some additional features like remote desktop.
When it arrived folks were quick to notice it lacking some of the more advanced options that were previously offered. Advanced options that made the experience a whole lot better and for some, were essential to their usage of BlackBerry smartphones. BlackBerry Desktop Software was by no means perfect. It was horrendously slow at times and was often hit or miss on just what exactly it was doing but it had things people liked and used all the time.
To its credit, BlackBerry has updated BlackBerry Link several times now, current version 126.96.36.199 and has promised that a lot of the missing features will return. Number one on that list is the USB sync with Outlook for contacts and calendar appointments, which has caused a lot of folks some grief with it currently being missing. Still, like BlackBerry Desktop Software, it’s often times slow and makes you wonder if it’s doing what it’s actually saying it’s doing. While I have no real problems with it I still tend to use Explorer to transfer files, while Link is open.
BlackBerry decided to drop an update to BlackBerry Link for Windows today. We also believe that the Mac app as also been updated but we can’t verify if that’s the case. If any one out there with a Mac using a BlackBerry 10 device please give us a shout out if this is the case. […]
BlackBerry’s next flagship smartphone, the all-touchscreen BlackBerry A10, will launch during the holidays, according to CNET. The BlackBerry A10 is the successor to the Z10, and further builds upon the company’s BB10 OS line-up of devices. This will move the A10 to the top of the hierarchy with both the Z10 and Q10 below, followed […]
SayIt is regarded as it’s the number one voice recognition application and personal assistant for BlackBerry 10. And so it should, it work right-out-of-the-box. Now comes even more updates for the app. Although it’s not free, cost is £2.50 it’s well worth the fee if you’re going to use it regularly. It has had regular updates […]
Seeking Alpha posted a quick little tidbit we thought we’d share with you. It looks like sales are going great and now BlackBerry is buying more components for more devices. This is really great news, it shows BlackBerry Keeps Moving in the right direction. I’ll share the tidbit with you and let us know what […]
When it was announced at the BlackBerry live that BBM Channels were going to Android and iOS there was some mixed feelings. After it had sunked in there was a positive feeling as many users who had moved over to either Android or the iOS platforms. It will allow them to keep in touch or […]
After using the Android port version of WordPress for blogging on BlackBerry 10 device, news comes from WordPress that they are building a native version of the app currently being worked on as well. As of right now, there’s no ETA for the release but it’s being built as part of the regular internship program […]
Whether we like it or not, remote controlled drones are here to stay. Whether it’s a drone used by a government for surveillance / destruction or whether is’a drone used by the average hobbyist photographer to get the perfect shot of a large group, it’s safe to say that these flying technological wonders are in hot […]
Streaming media is 100% the way forward in life, the demise of the DVD for most people is a welcomed one as more and more service providers release stand alone hardware to allow you to stream media content from various sources. In the UK we have always been left behind in the hardware sense by […]
If you’re using the Windows 10 Technical Preview you may have noticed many of the apps in the Windows Store are missing from the Beta version of the app. Specifically I was looking for Wordament and Snap Attack. Neither were available in the Windows Store (Beta) on Windows 10, but that’s not enough to stop […]
I haven’t done any sort of computer projects in awhile. For the sake of getting one under my belt and not being rusty, I decided to install the Windows 10 Technical Preview on my 2012 Mac Mini using the Boot Camp Assistant. This wasn’t without it’s hangups, but I’m posting this from the Windows partition […]
In 1989 Gary Burrell and Min Kao created Garmin with the intent of providing the work with cutting edge satellite navigation and Global Positioning Systems and today the global leader takes a step into a new business area which many would not have seen coming.