OIGC is expecting around 500 attendees and 50 companies which makes this the best game industry networking event in Ontario. We’re excited to see companies both big and small, as well as a wide range of developers from mobile to console and even new emerging hardware.
RIMarkable would like to wish all the mothers in the world a very special Happy Mothers Day!
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Today I had a chance to play with some of the features from the latest 10.3 leak. One cool addition from this latest leak release is the ability to take pictures while recording a video. This will be an added benefit as you will no longer need to take a screenshot in order to get a specific shot from the video recorded.
There are tons of new features coming for 10.3 which will only make BlackBerry 10 that more awesome. For those who are sleeping on BlackBerry 1o , it’s time for you to wake up and get on board.
Check out the demo below and let us know what you think.
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The Ottawa International Game Conference, House of TARG, and the Dirty Rectangles are stoked to announce a joint venture to create a standup arcade cabinet called The Ottawa Wizard Box that plays local, indie games. Developers will have until May 27th to come up with a game idea which they will pitch at the conference. The game will be pitched to a panel of judges from TARG, OIGC and the industry, and the best games for each challenge will be selected to be the launch games for The Ottawa Wizard Box. To be clear, you must have an OIGC pass to be eligible.
Today my son received his Cradle USB Charger Dock for his BlackBerry Z10. This is a real simple charging dock that comes with an extra charging slot for an additional battery. We found this on Amazon for $9.99 + free shipping , the only draw back is that it’s not eligible for Amazon Prime.
Here is a quick demo video by BlackBerry Ian and a link to the device. You can follow BlackBerry Ian on twitter @ianblackberry.
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