Tag Archives: GPS
We’ve now posted the final episode of the BlackBerry Jam Unplugged series where we learn a little more about connecting to the world around you with BlackBerry 10. I hope you’ve enjoyed the series and we look forward to seeing you all at BlackBerry Jam Americas in Orlando. Please let us know what you thought […]
C2 Development has opened up their application Kaxi for beta testing exclusively on BlackBerry® 10 Dev Alpha devices. Kaxi is a location-based app that simplifies the process of finding taxi companies local to the UK and USA. All you need is a GPS signal and a working network connection (Wi-Fi®/3G/4G). The app will then list […]
The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet simulator v2.1 beta includes a new tool to help you work with the simulator: the Simulator Controller.
Read about Where, Inc.’s success on the BlackBerry platform with their flagship mobile app, WHERE®.
Announcing the launch of the Wi-Fi® geolocation service, a further enhancement to our Cell-site geolocation service.
Announcing an abstraction to the Location API that simplifies getting location fixes in different modes, as well as optimizes battery usage.
Interview with foursquare developer Peter Nofelt at BlackBerry DEVCON 2010.
While covering CES for our sister blog Inside BlackBerry, I also had an opportunity to interview some BlackBerry® developers for the Developer’s Blog. For example, I was able to talk to social LBS developer Loopt about being a startup company, lessons learned from launching apps and necessary choices in BlackBerry development. Check it out below! […]
The NAVTEQ Global LBS Challenge is back and underway for 2010. This is a great opportunity for developers to showcase their latest innovations in the LBS space. The challenge has expanded to five regions this year, so be sure to check out the LBS challenge website for more contest details, prizing, and for your local […]
At RIM, we spend a lot of time thinking about how location based services (LBS) continue to revolutionize mobile applications. After 10 years of innovation in the location-based services sector, the opportunities are nearly limitless for application developers and vendors on mobile devices. [...]