BlackBerry Hub+ Suite of Apps Now Available for Android Marshmallow Devices

BlackBerry Hub+ Suite of Apps Now Available for Android Marshmallow Devices


  • BlackBerry Hub+ now available on Android Marshmallow devices
  • After free trial, you can pay $0.99 for ad-free version
  • Services might soon come to Android Lollipop and iOS devices

In the tech industry, companies that have failed to adapt quickly to changes have often seen their fortunes change in no time. Nokia, for example, was once the biggest name in mobile phone industry, but has seen its depletion in last decade. BlackBerry has faced a similar downfall due to the dominance of Apple and Google in the smartphone market, however, the company now wants to make certain amends in its strategy and be more adaptive.

As part of this strategy change, the company has now made its BlackBerry Hub+ suite available to the Android devices that are running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. BlackBerry Hub+ consists of various apps by BlackBerry like Calendar, Password Keeper, Contacts, Tasks, Device Search, Notes, and Launcher.

All you need to do to avail BlackBerry’s services on Android is download the app from Google Play, and install the services you need on an individual basis.

You will get a free trial period of 30-days initially, after which you can either pay $0.99 per month to use the ad-free version of the services or continue using the services loaded with ads but without any payment.


“We’re looking to expand access to Hub+ to customers running Android 5.0 Lollipop, and also investigating how best to deliver the BlackBerry experience on iOS devices, too,” the company said in itsofficial blog.

Even though this move cannot be seen as a positive for the mobile devices developed by the company, as it was sort of a strong selling point for many of them till date, the software offered by BlackBerry is likely to get a much wider audience as a result of this change.

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Tags: Android Marshmallow, Apps, BlackBerry, BlackBerry Apps, BlackBerry Hub+


Sega Mega drive Classics Hub Brings computer Mods to retro Console games

Sega Mega Drive Classics Hub Brings PC Mods to Retro Console Games

Sega may additionally have exited the online game console enterprise over 15 years in the past howeverthat hasn’t stopped the employer from profiting from the nostalgia of its 16-bit console, the Sega Megapower (or Genesis relying in which you lived).

in the past we’ve seen ports of some of the Mega force‘s more famous games including Sonic the Hedgehog grace Android, iOS and pc. Now it plans to take matters a step further with the Sega Mega forceClassics Hub for laptop through Steam. as the call suggests, it’s the only location for all your sixteen-bit Sega goodness.

The Sega Mega force Classics Hub is decked up to resemble a room of a Sega fan from the early 1990s.vintage Sega swag, Mega power cartridges, or even a CRT tv all make an appearance. however what is the maximum interesting function is Sega permitting customers to adjust and proportion present Segaunfashionable video games. relying on the amount of control players have, we would just see a fewinteresting creations from lovers and freshmen alike.

(additionally see: Tracing the Origins of Gaming in India: 8-Bit Cricket, Sega, and Cloning)

in line with the official Sega uk internet siteevery single Mega drive game will now characteristicSteam Workshop helpand will have present day day enhancements including local co-op (for video games that guide it), elective image filters, the potential to shop anywhere, and entire controller and keyboard assist.

in case you very own one of the many Sega unfashionable titles indexed on Steam, there will be anreplace that grants you get admission to to the Sega Mega drive Classics Hub. it’ll be to be had from April 28 internationally. you can test out the entire listing of video games available via it right here.

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Lucknow is next IT hub in UP after Noida: HCL Tech

Shiv Nadar

Country’s fourth largest IT services company HCL Technologies today said Lucknow is on way to becoming next Information Technology (IT) hub in Uttar Pradesh after Noida.

“Lucknow is the next IT hub of UP and the educated youth of the region would not need to migrate to the metros for employment in future,” HCL senior vice president Sanjay Gupta said here today.

HCL is developing Lucknow IT city spanning 100 acres at an investment of about Rs 1,500 crore. The project has been granted a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) status by the Centre.

This training and development facility is projected to start functioning from September 2016. The full project would be completed in the next five years.

Meanwhile, the company has announced commencement of its talent sourcing, training and hiring program to create 1,000 local jobs for freshers.

The selected candidates would undergo a six months training programme to be conducted by HCL and post successful completion, they would be deployed at HCL Lucknow IT City. The company has hired a campus in the meantime for conducting the programme.

Lucknow region produces 20,000 engineers annually, but only 4 percent are ’employable’, since they lack the requisite skills set.

He said HCL Delivery Center in Lucknow was in line with the company’s strategic vision to expand and create opportunities in smaller cities across India. HCL is developing a similar IT facility at Madurai in Tamil Nadu.

Together with under-construction Agra-Lucknow Expressway and Lucknow Metro, the 100 acre Lucknow IT City forms the troika of UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav’s pet projects, which he aims at getting completed before facing the 2017 state polls.

The ruling Samajwadi Party is keen to showcase these projects as examples of its development agenda. When fully completed, Lucknow IT City is estimated to provide direct jobs to nearly 25,000 people with indirect employment potential of 50,000.