BlackBerry is listing off apps leading the charge on its new platform, with Skype, Whatsapp, Angry Birds, Twitter, and others all on board. The company said there will be 70,000 launch apps—a pretty impressive launch figure, showing that developers are committed to ushering BlackBerry onto the same plane as iOS and Android as far as selection goes.
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By Jacob Kleinman |
It looks like Samsung’s hard work developing its Knox security software is paying off. The company announced today that a handful of its Galaxy-branded products are now the first consumer mobile devices approved for classified use by the U.S. government….