Here’s Why BlackBerry Stock Is Up
When Research and Motion was founded in 1984, the company had one clear mission: to create highly secure devices. The first BlackBerry device was released in 1999, and it was one of the most secure devices on the market.
Research Shows That Facebook is Doomed
Have you noticed a lag in Facebook activity lately? Princeton University researchers have noticed the same thing.
Those researchers took it one step further too. The researchers have discovered that Facebook will loose approximately 80% of its users by 2017 – that’s three years from now.
BlackBerry Picks Up the Pentagon
Thought BlackBerry was on its way out? Think again. Although investors might have lost faith, the United States government has brought them back from the brink and given them quite a bit of credibility.
Amazon Wants to do What?!
First there were talks of drones. Now, there’s anticipatory shipping.
Amazon wants to be the one place you buy your goods, and it also wants to win at the delivery speed race.
You’ll Want to Wear The Newest Device
Wearable devices are going to be the next big thing. How can I be so sure? App developers across the world are already banking on it.
But, just how crazy are you about wearing a fitness tracker or some goofy glasses?
Twitter Asks Users to Verify Age
Twitter takes this underage drinking thing seriously, it seems. The social network is now asking any user that follows certain brewing companies to verify age requirements prior to following that person. If those age restrictions are not met in 24 hours, no following will happen.
Gmail’s New Quick Action Feature
‘ Looking for an easy way for email recipients to take action on your message, rather than just letting it sit in your inbox? Check out the new Quick Action function of Gmail, offered in the form of a clickable button. They are best for messages requiring interaction rather than your typical mass marketing email campaign.
BlackBerry Is Not Going to Sell – New CEO Hired
There’s big news on the BlackBerry front today. The company is no longer for sale. Instead, BlackBerry is trying out a new CEO. Is there hope for the Waterloo company yet? Let’s take a closer look at what’s happening in the world of BlackBerry.