(MBK) BlackBerry Passport Now Available For 21,800 THB

Whilst BlackBerry is not offering the Passport in Thailand at the moment, you can still get the device from MBK. The Passport is available for 21,800 Thai Baht (approximately $660). Obviously, the device is important and does not come with warranty. The BlackBerry Passport features a quad-core 2.26 GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, 3 GB of RAM,

Search For Snapdeal By S4BB Limited Now Available In BlackBerry World

S4BB Limited, the developers of numerous Built for BlackBerry applications, have released a new application meant for BlackBerry 10 users in India – Search for Snapdeal! Search for Snapdeal is created to give you easy access to find products from Snapdeal, a popular Indian shopping site – like Amazon. Check out Search for Snapdeal’s features below:

The BlackBerry Passport helps Tyler Florence manage eight companies

Tyler Florence is already a busy man being a celebrity chef, writer, and television host. Add that to being a chief executive and running eight businesses, and you get a very busy man! And he does this through the help of his BlackBerry Passport! In a recent interview with Inside BlackBerry, Tyler Florence shares how his BlackBerry

BlackBerry launches the Passport in Philippines

After many months of waiting, BlackBerry fans in the Philippines can finally get their hands on BlackBerry’s latest device, the Passport! On Twitter, Cameron Vernest, the Managing Director for Singapore and the Philippines at BlackBerry, announced that the device would soon be available through Smart and Globe with a suggested retail price of P35,790 (approximately $800).

President Obama still loves his trustworthy BlackBerry

It seems like only BlackBerry users know how it feels to leave their device at home when heading out. I myself have been through it once, and I couldn’t stand it, having had to drive back home to get the device. While aboard the Marine One to Las Vegas, President Obama realized that he had

S4BB updates Task Master to support the BlackBerry Passport

The popular BlackBerry app development company, S4BB Limited, has updated Task Master, once of their Built for BlackBerry certified applications, with full support for the BlackBerry Passport handset, which was released last month. Users carrying the Passport may now find the application in BlackBerry World on their device Task Master helps professionals manage their daily

BlackBerry launches the Passport in Hong Kong

Following countries like Singapore, Indonesia, and India, the BlackBerry Passport officially launched in Hong Kong yesterday. The device is available for order through Hong Kong carriers like CSL and 1010, and the device features a recommended retail price of HKD $6288 (equivalent to approximately USD $810). The BlackBerry Passport features a 1,440 x 1,440p Gorilla Glass display, a 2.2GHz

BlackBerry launches the Passport in India

Following places like Malaysia and Singapore, the BlackBerry Passport has launched in India. The device can be purchased on Amazon.in or from BlackBerry stores at at RS 49,990 (equivalent to around $810). In addition to the device, Jet Airways frequent flyers will receive a RS 5,000 gift card – an additional 5,000 miles will also be

BlackBerry Passport now available in Singapore

Not long after its launch in Malaysia, the BlackBerry Passport has launched in Singapore. The device is available for purchase from several of BlackBerry’s authorized carriers including M1, Singtel and StarHub. BlackBerry’s Managing Director for Singapore, Cameron Vernest said  “This is definitely a milestone for us here at BlackBerry as we introduce the first square screen design

BlackBerry introduces the Passport in Malaysia

BlackBerry recently introduced its new Passport in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia. Managing Director of BlackBerry for the Indochina region, Ben Quirin said “We are excited to mark a new milestone here at Blackberry by introducing the first square screen design and touch-enabled keyboard smartphone – the BlackBerry Passport” The BlackBerry Passport features a 1,440 x 1,440p Gorilla Glass