A Q&A with developers from Motek Mobile about their experiences with the BlackBerry platform.
Mobile 1UP examines the specifics of porting an application over to the BlackBerry 10 platform.
A guest post to recap the BlackBerry development presence at Casual Connect Asia 2012.
The BlackBerry Jam World Tour has begun!
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An interview with Jeff Bacon of bitHeads during BlackBerry 10 Jam.
Going over two important upcoming changes to the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK in order to help developers prepare for upcoming releases, and examining how developers can easily port their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet apps to BlackBerry 10.
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Announcing new features and support for BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps APIs in BlackBerry 10!
Some of the new APIs and features being introduced with the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK.
Top app recommendations for the trip to BlackBerry 10 Jam!
New BlackBerry smartphone simulators are now available to download, including a brand new model.
Six apps so far have qualified for a prize package that will bring them to the BlackBerry 10 Jam in Orlando, Florida.
Introducing a new simulator and specs for the upcoming BlackBerry 9220 smartphone.
The open sourced TunnelTilt demo is now available for download in BlackBerry App World.
Learn about some simple techniques to improve battery life and to get some vital stats about the cost of certain actions in an application on a BlackBerry smartphone.
Join BlackBerry during SXSWi 2012 at our jam space for developers!
BlackBerry is at this year’s Game Developer Conference in San Francisco!
Looking at some of the past reasons why a developer might have set up separate builds for touch and non-touch devices, and explaining why a separate approach isn’t necessary today.