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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Popular apps created exclusively for Nigerians now available on BlackBerry

Lagos, Nigeria – Popular applications created for BlackBerry®customersin Nigeria are enabling them to getinformation, news and entertainment in simple and easy ways on their BlackBerry smartphones. One example is the Nigerian Constitution App, which first launched in September 2011. The free-to-download app, created by Pledge51, a start-up company owned by local developers Zubair Abubakar and…

PlirisBlaze in the House!

The PlirisBlaze package arrived via Fedex a few days ago, courtesy of the nice people at PlirisMobile Nigeria Limited, makers of the smartphone. PlirisBlaze is an Android smartphone with the following specs: 4-inch TFT 480 x 800 pixel capacitive multi-touch display Android OS v2.3.4 Gingerbread DUAL SIM in Dual Standby Mode 3G/3.5G MicroSD card slot…

Blackberry Playbook OS updated, adds Android app support

RIM have released an update for the operating system on their tablet, the PlayBook. It has been updated to version number 2.0.1.358 which sports support for Android apps along with some improvements for the browser. Other things addressed in the update are optimisations to video chatting and Blackberry bridge applications. RIM highlights via their blog that there are…

BlackBerry Reaches out to African developers at Mobile Web West Africa

Research In Motion (RIM), the company behind the BlackBerry® solution, will be reaching out to African developers at the Mobile Web West Africa event on the 25th and 26th April in Lagos, Nigeria.   End-users and developers can network with BlackBerry representatives and spokespeople, and ask any questions they have about the BlackBerry solution. People…