Monthly Archives: August, 2012
BlackBerry® apps have always been known for their ability to deeply integrate with core applications as well as with other third-party apps. With BlackBerry® 10, we are taking that experience to the next level with our Invocation Framework. It enables one application to request another to perform a specific task. For example, BlackBerry® Messenger (BBM™) […]
Guest post from Steve W. detailing a change in our BlackBerry® 10 browser user agent – Ed. We have been busy making the BlackBerry® 10 browser one of the most advanced browsers on the market with class leading HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL support. However, even if you build one of the greatest browsers to ever […]
Recapping the Warsaw stop on the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour.
Taking a look at what the official screen resolutions will be for the first BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
Many great APIs and features have been delivered to our BlackBerry® WebWorks™ developer community with the recent updates to the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK. The Ripple Emulator is a key part of our tooling story for our web developers, and Ripple just got richer. Today we have released Ripple 0.9.8 with some excellent new features. If […]
We’ve just posted a new release to the BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK.
The BlackBerry® Runtime for Android apps has used its own software implementation of OpenGL. Release 10.0.6 of the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha Simulator and beta release 2.1.0 of the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ Simulator now support hardware accelerated graphics. One of the problems with implementing hardware acceleration on the Android runtime is that the graphics driver assumes it’s running […]
VMWare takes advantage of a seldom used but immensely impressive technology, virtualization. Virtual machines set up a sandbox that to the guest operating system seems like a perfectly normal piece of hardware. Normally, abstracting a second system from the host OS takes a fair amount of horsepower. Hardware vendors have met this challenge by supporting, […]
We’ve released fixes for two issues in the BlackBerry 10 Beta 2 Native SDK.