Upside2Go – Now On BlackBerry!

Upside Learning

Our revolutionary platform for mobile learning – Upside2Go – is now available on BlackBerry. Why BlackBerry? BlackBerry is amongst the few mobile device manufactures who have continued to rule the roost in spite of this continuous upsurge. With 41 million BlackBerry smartphone users worldwide ( data source – BlackBerry Official Website ), BlackBerry boasts of a huge pool of potential customers today.

BlackBerry CEO Questions Future of Tablets – Is He Right?

Float Mobile Learning

Industry News Mobile Devices BlackBerry tablets Gary Woodill suggests the tablets of today will change radically in the next few years instead of being totally eliminated.

Another Tablet Computer – Blackberry Playbook

Upside Learning

It’s been in the rumor mill for some months and was confirmed by Blackberry only recently. Tags: Future Learning Mobile Learning apple ipad Blackberry Playbook Tablet Computers Tablet Interface Now, they’ve gone ahead officially revealed the product and begun the marketing blitz. While it’s still early to say, this tablet seems a marked improvement over the iPad (which we were quite disappointed with).

10 Reasons BlackBerry Can Survive and Even Thrive

Mobile Learning Edge

Research in Motion (RIM), the makers of the BlackBerry smartphones, and the Playbook tablet, is a current client of mine. The reasons range from RIM’s focus on security to “the stickiness of BBM&# (BlackBerry Messager). 10 Reasons BlackBerry Can Survive and Even Thrive | | Natasha Lomas | 1 July 2011. Tools BlackBerry Research in Motion

Designing for the Blackberry Playbook

Mobile Learning Edge

The Blackberry Playbook was supposed to be able to run Android apps, in addition to programs designed for its native Blackberry Tablet OS. There is a list of tools and articles on the Adobe website at [link] , including a helpful article by Adobe’s Paul Trani titled Designing for the RIM Blackberry Playbook. There is also a Developer Zone on the Blackberry website.

New Apps on Blackberry Make Online Learning Easy

mLearning World

I've always been a proponent of Blackberries in the mLearning world because I feel it is the choice device of 'road warriors' who would need an mLearning tool. Now, online schools are targeting the Blackberry for courses. What if someone told you that you can earn a degree from your Blackberry? Google plans to release software to make its email and calendar services work for the Blackberry. Tags: Blackberry mLearning eLearning

CellCast App for BlackBerry 10

mLearning Trends

The next few years of the enterprise mLearning landscape were focused on supporting mobile workers equipped with nearly ubiquitous BlackBerry smartphones from Research in Motion; sure, there were some new Apple iPhones out there and Google had just introduced Android into the market but real companies needed real devices with real security so most organizations sought to leverage those BlackBerry populations for their mobile learning needs.

Jerry Seinfeld on the Blackberry

The Mobile Learner

A little comic relief concerning mobile devices: Tags: cell_phone digital culture rants

From Corporate eLearning Blog- Request for Training via Blackberry

mLearning World

"I am looking for the ability to send an email to all our Attorneys via BlackBerry (1000+) that contains a link. Nevertheless, all our Attorneys carry BlackBerries. You can use a product like the Blackberry Video Generator. This product will create optimized videos for the Blackberry (used on the Pearl and it works, they should have a version for the 9000.) Blackberry Video

The President’s “Blackberry”… this should help

mLearning is Good

Based on the article from CNET , It appears as though this device is actually NOT a Blackberry. Our President now has a mobile device. It’s more likely a Windows Mobile device with super security restrictions. The important thing here is that the leader of the free world is now carrying and relying (to some extent) on a mobile device to keep up with people. It sounds like the President is using this more as a social networking device than a hard-core business phone.

Basic mLearning with BlackBerries

eLearning Weekly

I’ve spent the past few weeks figuring out how to design and deploy content that can be accessed on BlackBerry phones. Have an audience that primarily uses BlackBerry phones. The BlackBerry tools and simulators are for Windows only. Download a BlackBerry simulator. If your entire audience is using the same model of BlackBerry, you’re in great shape. Start by downloading and installing the BlackBerry simulator(s) matching the model(s) of your users.

Securely dictating on a Blackberry

mLearning Blog

In the news I saw a new and interesting software which enables one to dictate onto a Blackberry and automatically encrypts the contents. Tags: Mobile Learning Add new tag blackberry germany software The contents can also be automatically uploaded to a web server. This could have some interesting applications for “secure&# mobile learning.

Cram on your Blackberry and iPhone

mLearning Blog

″ Cram is a flashcard and quiz tool for Blackberrys, iPhones and iPod Touch. Currently it is only available for the Blackberry. Tags: Mobile Learning blackberry iphone ipod Today I am taking a quick look at SimpleLeap mobile learning software. The Atlanta-based SimpleLeap developers offer 2 mobile learning tools with “Cram 1.1″ ″ and “Appetite 1.1″ Script to Detect iPhone and Blackberry

mLearning World

skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * * mLearning World Live Wednesday, July 02, 2008 Script to Detect iPhone and Blackberry The most visited post at mLearning is my scripts for how to detect if a visitor is hitting your site with a mobile phone and redirect them to a mobile friendly version of this website (at 2 mlearn. I have received a lot of emails asking how we can modify this script to detect iPhones or Blackberry browsers. RIM to Launch Multimedia Device for Consumers - The Blackberry Pearl

mLearning World

skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * * mLearning World Live Thursday, September 07, 2006 RIM to Launch Multimedia Device for Consumers - The Blackberry Pearl Another step forward in devices that would enhance mLearning experience. the maker of Blackberry e-mail devices popular among executives, said on Thursday it is pushing into a wider consumer market with the Pearl, its first phone with a camera and music player.

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Microsoft Buys Nokia For $7.2 Billion: What Does It Mean For Mobile Learning?

Float Mobile Learning

Industry News Mobile Devices Android Apple BlackBerry disruption theory Google iOS Microsoft Nokia Symbian Despite the deal, Float senior analyst Gary Woodill suggests iOS and Android devices are "sure bets" for your company, while the other manufacturers struggle.

A Look Back at Our Predictions for the Mobile Landscape

Float Mobile Learning

Android Featured Newsletter augmented reality BlackBerry enterprise app store gamification Ice Cream Sandwich Jelly Bean mobile research predictive analytics RIM social networkingSee how we stack up in the predictions we made for 2012.

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Samsung’s Improved Security and Management Features for the Enterprise, Government and Military

Float Mobile Learning

Industry News Android BlackBerry enterprise security iOS mobile security SAFE Samsung Samsung Knox Samsung SAFE targets retail, healthcare, education and hospitality verticals. Gary Woodill helps explain what this means for mobile in the enterprise.

…and the App was Good.

Float Mobile Learning

Android Apps BlackBerry iOS Mobile Development User Experience WebOS Bible case study LifeChurch.tvWhat if I told you there was an app that has been installed on one out of every 17 iPhones, iPads and Android devices, downloaded more than 34 million times [.].

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learning elearning: Blackberry 8110 usability & suitability for mlearning

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Friday, April 17, 2009 Blackberry 8110 usability & suitability for mlearning I have had a week to play with the Blackberry over the Easter. It took me a couple of days to become comfortable with the one handed / left handed use of the trackball cum blackberry key to access various menus. The form factor (size) & price of the Blackberry, makes it more accessible to the student market. Tags: BlackBerry

How Can the Telecommunications Industry Benefit from Mobile Learning?


Industry News Mobile Development Research Top 10 Industries Interested in Mobile Learning Android BlackBerry case studies Chad Udell CHAMPIONS iOS mLearning mobile mobile learning mobile technology OnPoint OnPoint Digital research Top 10With the question of who exactly is interested in mobile learning, in the back of our mind, Float decided to get down to the bottom of things.

2 Events that Could Help Push Mobile Learning

mLearning is Good

Microsoft announced that later this year it will release Windows Mobile 7 and RIM (maker of Blackberry smart phones) announced that it will release an updated WebKit based browser. Blackberry WebKit browser: Blackberry smart phones are very popular in the corporate and government space, having a better browser experience on those devices will certainly allow a lot of organizations to have the ability to deploy some of their current learning content.

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The Mobile Learner » The Web Literally Comes to Your Phone: Websignals

The Mobile Learner

RIM to Acquire Chalk Media - Mediacaster

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tools BlackBerry Intuition announces world first(sic) in mobile learning via PDA?

mLearning World

New Apps on Blackberry Make Online Learning Easy ► 05/03 - 05/10 (1) Perpetual motion ► 04/26 - 05/03 (3) Interactive technology keeps classes 'relevant' The Cloud and the power cut mLearning-World Welcomes our Newest Author- Thomas. skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * * mLearning World Live Thursday, November 30, 2006 Intuition announces world first(sic) in mobile learning via PDA?

mLearning Presentations using Google Docs

mLearning Trends

And, while Google Docs presentations work well on an iPhone or Android-based device, playback on virtually any BlackBerry - the current market leader for most enterprise mlearning deployments - WinMo or Symbian-based smartphone is not a workable experience at all.

This Week in mLearning Podcast – A Review of Articulate Storyline [Episode 5]

mLearning Revolution

b- RIM´s BlackBerry World 2012: Public preview of BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, an enterprise mobility solution and RIM’s entry into the multi-platform Mobile Device Management (MDM) marketplace. Among the management capabilities BlackBerry Mobile Fusion will provide, security is one of the highlights. Welcome episode #5 of our new podcast entitled “ This Week in mLearning. ” In case you missed previous episodes, you can find them HERE.

M-Learning International | Mobile Learning


Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact M-Learning International 9 08 2006 M-learning is getting some exposure in India – though this article incorrectly states that M-Learning requires advanced “3G technology or Blackberry devices&#.

Blackboard Goes Mobile

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Desire2Learn had already released 2GO for use with the BlackBerry.) Congratulations to Blackboard for releasing their first mobile learning app. This is further indication that there is definitely movement in the direction of mobile for learning. I did download the Blackboard application on an iPhone, but don't have a BlackBoard account so can't really test it. The comments in the Apple App Store are quite negative. Have you tried it? If so, what is your reaction?

Mobile Learning Tools

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At presentations and workshops, I am often asked to recommend tools for authoring mobile learning. I do not recommend any tools, but do encourage them to check with their current authoring tool vendor to see what their plans are for mobile, as many vendors are moving in this direction. Recently I have gathered information on the current tools and have compiled the following list.

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Microsoft Surface: Will It Help mLearning?

Upside Learning

Couple this with a steady decline of Blackberry devices as preferred corporate mobile devices and there is a perfect slot for Microsoft tablets and mobiles to fill. Yesterday Microsoft finally unveiled its new tablet called Surface. It seems to have made a solid first impression , which is good news for Microsoft given this one represents several firsts for Microsoft. I thought it looks stunning especially with the Windows 8 UI. Will it help Mobile Learning?

Can my m-learning course run the same on every phone?


It often starts with a seemingly simple question: “I want richly interactive content for any phone” “Will it do Blackberry? There are a few m-learning conversations that pop up again and again when talking to clients about mobile courses. And iPhone? And Nokia?” “all all my students need to have the same access to learning” These are good questions, and the obvious response to any is “yes.

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Flash For Mobile Is Dead

Upside Learning

Meaning there will be no updates to those plug-ins and future versions of Android and Blackberry Playbooks may not be able to render Flash content. Recently Amit had written about how the eLearning industry and digital media in general has been driven to HTML5 by the rapid adoption of tablet computers, namely the iPad. To further reinforce that thought, Adobe announced just yesterday that it has ceased development on the Flash mobile browser plug-in.

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Excellent comparison of tablet platforms for the enterprise/education sectors #WebOS #slide2learn #mlearn

uLearning Blog

Compares iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows 7 and WebOS tablet computer platforms – seems that the HP Touchpad running WebOS may have alot to offer when enterprise/ education users when its released in June, especially as it will also be released for desktops and laptops. [link].

15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your eLearning For iPads

Upside Learning

This mobile learning solution from Kenexa allows you to rapidly develop content and deploy it on all popular mobile devices and tablets including iPad, iPhone, Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows, and Android. Anyone can build mobile learning materials and publish to both HTML5 with cross-platform support for Apple iOS, Android, and Blackberry, as well as PC and Mac browsers. Since CSS3 consistently works across iOS, Android and BlackBerry OS6.

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Key Mobile Milestone: Smartphone Sales Exceeded Feature Phones for the First Time [#mLearing]

mLearning Revolution

3 Smartphone vendor, overtaking Blackberry. We have reached another key milestone in the mobile revolution, which bodes well for everyone involved in Mobile Design and Mobile Learning. A new report by Gartner, which came out today, shows that for the first time, smartphone worldwide sales exceeded those of feature phones in the second quarter of 2013.

Mobile Web Grows – But User’s Can Find it Tough

mLearning is Good

Blackberry: Blackberry development program area – [link]. According to this report from MediaPost (a web site devoted to advertising and mobility) mobile web usage continues to grow, which we knew. However, the report also goes on to talk about the frustrations many users experience with the mobile web. You can see the actual stats cited from Nielsen here.

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Barriers to the Adoption of Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning Edge

For example, learning navigation designed for a laptop screen was not easy to use on a BlackBerry or touchscreen device. Those of us who are supporters of mobile learning tend to look at all the great things it can do, and forget that we are at the very early stages of its use. While the buzz about m-learning has greatly increased over the past year or so, there is still lots to do to make the technology work, and to increase the adoption rate.

Picking the "Right" Smartphone for mLearning

mLearning Trends

If the mobile audience is well defined, say the sales team and everyone has one of two different BlackBerry wireless handhelds configured the same and using the same carrier, your set of challenges is defined and well contained. BlackBerry Curve 8520 Acceptable display/performance but bottom of the BB devices Nokia Symbian/S60 Rel 5 High-end Nx, Ex Series devices, good browse + media Windows Mobile v6.1

New Hot List: Mobile Learning Content Community

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Top Items: Phonecasting: Easy Podcasting Creation and Delivery for Students the mobile project update 1: html + mp4 + mobile moodle Mobile Learning Tools More great tips for Educators starting with Twitter Dane Grams of HRC on their Mobile Successes Capture BlackBerry Screens « Learn-Learn-Learn Video on Mobile Learning « Kerning2.0 Keywords: Performance Support Technology Development Future BlackBerry Adobe iPod iPhone eBook Books Presentations Software Games Notes on the weekly hot list.

Developing Mobile Learning: Which Device Are Your Targeting?

Upside Learning

The Blackberry and Android version are on the way now. When you are getting started with mobile learning one of the decision you’ll have to make is which device(s) to target. In a SWOT Analysis of Mobile Learning we posted earlier this week, we listed this as one of the weaknesses of mobile learning as it stands today. Fragmented market and no real common development platform make this a serious hindrance to mobile learning adoption.

Straight Talk only? Owning more than 1 cell phone

Mobile Learning Edge

She says she just ever conveys her work-issued BlackBerry to gatherings and abandons her own Samsung Galaxy behind. Numerous individuals utilize a second cell phone to keep photographs and instant messages private. During a period when work and home lives are more interlaced than any time in recent memory, there’s a cut of the populace selecting to keep up the gap via conveying two telephones. Straight Talk wireless says that most of their customers have one phone only.

Addressing Mobile Security with What Else? An App!

mLearning is Good

Blackberry has traditionally held the crown of “most secure phone&# , and security remains one of their strengths. Companies like RIM, maker of the Blackberry, and others are focusing on systems where your personal life is separated from your corporate life and free from the security restrictions your employer provides.