Computers, keyboards, mobile devices: I have an appreciation for intelligent ergonomic design, but these days, it seems like a single device won’t serve you completely. My favourite laptop is a MacBook Pro. At 13″, it is compact and powerful, though slightly heavy. The backlit keyboard serves a delightful punch with each stroke. The smaller 11″ MacBook is the ultimate in lightweight but loses on performance and its keyboard neutered flat and awkward to save space. No computer trackpad compares to Mac. In fact, all others just outright fail. Try and you’ll see.
I miss the flip phone. Life was simple then. My 2007 Samsung was an elegant wedge. I loved just holding it, flicking it open one handed with my thumb and raising it to my ear with intent, then slapping it shut to end the call. Remember that? The mechanics of it so satisfying, like the graceful flicks of a zippo.
I could text and drive like a champ with that flip phone. It was legal then. I memorized the three letter combinations mapped to each number and knew exactly the presses required to type sentences without having to look, so I could still concentrate on the road.
BlackBerry mastered the mobile QWERTY keyboard and reigned supreme in an age when text was the currency. Their phones were designed perfectly for your hands, and thumbs. The crunchy tactile clicks of their keys were so ergonomically satisfying and ‘addicting’ that they called it a ‘Crackberry.’ But iPhone changed the game as smartphones became multimedia machines that sacrificed keyboards for screen candy.
When I first tried an iPhone, it was no longer safe to text and drive (I know, I know. It never was). Too much going on. You can’t memorize the positioning of screen keys on glass, so you had to look. Don’t get me wrong. I love technology. I love the iPhone, and Androids too. I own several, but I have nostalgia for the early days of mobile tech.
I’m constantly in communication with people via text, email and a multitude of chat apps. This is the standard for communication now, but typing on glass is frustrating and inefficient. To compensate, I’ve kept an old BlackBerry on hand for years as a secondary phone just for typing, which is done with a shocking degree of speed, precision and efficiency.
My classic BlackBerry Q10 is great for hammering out instructions, emails, taking field notes and even fleshing out articles on the go, but truly it’s limited to text. The Q10, like most BlackBerry phones, feels great in your hands, and the layout of the keys is exactly right. They killed off native WhatsApp, and for a while there it felt like BlackBerry was pretty much dead.
Since 2015 though, BlackBerry has launched a slow and steady revival by replacing the BlackBerry OS with full Android, and outsourcing their hardware to TCL Communications, branded as BlackBerry Mobile. It’s taken several iterations to perfect their hybrid keyboard smartphone (the Priv slider was a little awkward and expensive, the KEY1 kinda chunky) but they have finally done it with the BlackBerry KEY2.
I was so hyped for this phone. The hardware is much sleeker than the previous Android models with its sharp 4.5″ display made of ‘impact resistant Gorilla Glass, a Series 7 aluminum alloy frame and a textured diamond grip non-slip back.’ It looks cool. It looks awesome actually, and you’ll definitely get noticed with it in hand. A conversation starter. I’ve had one for a month, and I can tell you this thing delivers. It’s the perfect package.
The keyboard layout is improved and modelled after the classic BlackBerry Bold 9900, and it doubles as a precision trackpad, so essentially it’s a handheld laptop with the performance to back it up. A workhorse! In fact, I used it to compose this article. | BlackBerry KEY2: An icon reborn | Deliberately crafted for doing more on the go, the BlackBerry KEY2 offers a thinner and lighter design, without sacrificing durability.
This all-new BlackBerry smartphone brings together iconic BlackBerry features with new experiences that include a dual-rear camera, more intelligent keyboard and improved privacy controls.Featuring an iconic BlackBerry physical keyboard and loaded with BlackBerry Limited’s best security and privacy enhancements, this all-new BlackBerry smartphone packs a number of features that are firsts for any BlackBerry smartphone.
Running the latest Android™ 8.1 Oreo operating system, the BlackBerry KEY2 is the first ever BlackBerry smartphone to feature a dual-rear camera. It also includes the introduction of Speed Key, a universal shortcut key that now makes it possible to instantly access the apps, contacts and functions you use most from anywhere on your device at any time.
“Although there are many different smartphones for consumers to choose from today, most tend to offer very similar experiences without much distinction from one to the next,” said Alain Lejeune, Senior Vice President, TCL Communication & President, BlackBerry Mobile. “With the introduction of BlackBerry KEY2, we’ve created a distinct smartphone that captures all the traits that have made BlackBerry smartphones iconic, while introducing new innovations and experiences that not only make this one of the best devices for security and privacy, but also the most advanced BlackBerry smartphone ever.”
“BlackBerry phones are the world’s most secure Android smartphones. We design them for security from the inside out and we’re proud to partner with TCL Communication on the launch of their all-new BlackBerry KEY2,” said Alex Thurber, SVP and GM of Mobility Solutions at BlackBerry. “BlackBerry has been iterating and perfecting our approach to mobile security for decades, and we’re excited to have this new genuine, modern BlackBerry smartphone available for our fans around the world to enjoy.”
The most intelligent keyboard ever, and a battery that lasts up to 2 days, all on the new BlackBerry KEY2, powered by Android.
ICONIC DESIGN AND REDESIGNED INTELLIGENT KEYBOARD
Beautifully crafted and deliberately designed for today’s modern smartphone user, the BlackBerry KEY2 represents a clear step forward in the KEY product series, bringing together premium materials and refined details in this all-new BlackBerry smartphone. Starting with an elegant Series 7 aluminum frame for added durability, this continuous frame design offers a cleaner look and feel while increasing strength.
The soft touch back has been updated as well with a new diamond pattern that adds to the premium design while also adding more grip and comfort. BlackBerry KEY2 has a redesigned intelligent keyboard as well as a 4.5-inch touch display that includes 2.5D Corning® Gorilla® Glass which offers increased scratch resistance and creates a more seamless design and edge to edge look.
The evolved keyboard has been thoughtfully crafted to make on the go typing more immediate and effortless, while also adding new functionality that sets a BlackBerry smartphone apart from the rest. Key height on the BlackBerry KEY2 has been increased by 20 percent for a more comfortable and accurate typing experience, and includes new matte key finish and fret design for optimized key spacing. It also includes in-keyboard fingerprint with updated mechanics for an improved tactile response and a more convenient user experience.
There is a new key added to the BlackBerry keyboard with the addition of Speed Key, enabling shortcut access to a number of functions on your device at any time. No longer do you have to return to the home screen of your smartphone or search in an app folder to access the apps, contacts and functions you use and communicate with most. Just press Speed Key along with any of your customizable 52 shortcuts to instantly access your frequently used apps, call a favorite contact, or access other immediate functions; saving valuable little moments throughout the day.
This all-new BlackBerry smartphone continues the KEY series keyboard legacy of supporting flick typing for faster messaging using predictive text that learns as you type as well as acting as a trackpad to quickly scroll through emails, web pages and more for a more intuitive mobile reading and browsing experience.
THE MOST ADVANCED BLACKBERRY SMARTPHONE EVER
Delivering power and performance for getting more done, the BlackBerry KEY2 offers up to two days battery life, 6GB of memory and in both 64GB and 128GB storage variants – with both offering expandable storage MicroSD support, making this the most advanced BlackBerry smartphone ever. Powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, the BlackBerry KEY2 gives users all the power they need to get more done wherever the road takes them. In addition to Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 3.0 and the BlackBerry KEY2 adds a new Smart Battery Experience that will learn from your daily charging habits and recommend when to charge up so you have enough battery life to make it through that next meeting, flight or event.
The BlackBerry KEY2 also features a more impressive BlackBerry camera experience with the introduction of the first dual-rear camera on a BlackBerry smartphone. These dual 12MP cameras bring an improvement in auto white balance, faster auto focus, improved image stabilization and new photo capture experiences never before available on a BlackBerry smartphone. The BlackBerry KEY2 also introduces new capture modes, like Portrait Mode and Optical Superzoom. With Portrait Mode, users can now capture beautiful portrait photos creating more dramatic and professional looking images.
In addition, Optical Superzoom makes it possible to capture better photos with greater details; even from further away. And Superzoom uses multi-frame capture to reduce noise on zoomed photos with a seamless user experience that only presents the very best image. BlackBerry KEY2 also integrates Google Lens, so now you can more quickly and easily search and get more information on things like book reviews simply by capturing a picture of the book’s cover, get landmark details and much more.
ENHANCED PRIVACY AND SECURITY YOU CAN CONTROL
Like all BlackBerry smartphones, the BlackBerry KEY2 includes enhanced security and privacy features right from the start. From a hardened operating system to BlackBerry’s proprietary technique for establishing a hardware root of trust adding security keys to the processor, the BlackBerry KEY2 is the most secure Android smartphone. It comes preloaded with DTEK™ by BlackBerry application that removes the complexity of security by providing an ‘at a glance’ security meter.
This shows the overall security rating of your device, and provides a simple way to view how apps may be accessing your data and manage app permissions. So now you can easily see and manage how your downloaded apps access your personal mobile data such as your location, access to your camera, microphone and more, with active controls over your mobile privacy and safety. The DTEK™ by BlackBerry app now includes the new Proactive Health check feature, which enables you to scan your device and receive instant feedback on potential vulnerabilities and security optimizations.
Locker has also been improved to offer even greater personal privacy and control over your content. With features like private folders for documents and photos so they don’t get uploaded to the cloud and Firefox Focus, the privacy browser by Mozilla, for when you don’t want your web browsing session tracked, Locker is all about personal privacy control. This pre-loaded privacy application can only be accessed with your fingerprint or password, helping store and protect sensitive user data, apps and content such as photos and downloaded files.
The BlackBerry KEY2 is also part of the Google-led Android Enterprise Recommended program aimed at helping businesses select the best Android smartphone for their organization. With the Android Enterprise Recommended BlackBerry KEY2, business users can buy with confidence knowing they’re getting the most secure Android smartphone experience possible.
This means meeting elevated requirements established and validated by Google, including timely security updates (which BlackBerry Mobile provides monthly), business-ready hardware features and at least one major OS update. BlackBerry KEY2 also supports Android zero-touch enrolment, making it seamless for large organizations to deploy and manage their corporate-owned mobile devices.
AN ANDROID SMARTPHONE EXPERIENCE UNLIKE ANY OTHER
The BlackBerry KEY2 pairs the best of Android™ 8.1 Oreo with an iconic smartphone experience you can find only in a BlackBerry smartphone. With access to millions of apps in the Google Play™ store and built-in experiences like Google Assistant and Google Lens, the BlackBerry KEY2 is the modern BlackBerry smartphone you’ve been waiting for. It also has the enhanced Convenience Key, making it easier to access your most-used apps with custom profiles for at home, in the car, in a meeting or on the go.
My only recommendation is that you turn off the redundant on-screen keyboard that comes on by default. You don’t need that thing. This is a BlackBerry. Use the tactile keyboard, and enjoy!
Learn more about BlackBerry KEY2 at blackberrymobile.com.
SFU and LifeLabs Data Breach and Cyber Attack Could Have Affected Residents In Surrey
Earlier this month SFU addressed a data breach that affected the personal and confidential information of students, faculty members, alumni, and retired members.
The university came out with a statement saying the SFU accounts have not been compromised, however, the people affected were still asked to change their passwords.
The university also notified those affected and is “assisting them upon request”.
According to the statement by SFU, the information disclosed from the data breach were student and employee numbers, names, birthdates, mail list memberships, course enrollments, and encrypted passwords.
In the statement, SFU also mentions that the breach occurred on Feb. 27 and was identified and corrected on Feb. 28.
SFU’s three locations are situated in Burnaby, Vancouver, and Surrey. A breach like this affects many students who reside in the Metro Vancouver Region, especially those who live in Surrey.
A student who attends a university in Surrey, Aashi Gill, mentioned in an email her worry for the student and faculty members who had their personal information exposed.
“I am somewhat concerned for specifically the people who had their personal information leaked because you don’t know what people will do with that type of information,” Gill wrote. “… I would be concerned for all my valuable information … even though I do not go to SFU, it just shows that things like this are happening in my backyard, and it’s scary to watch this unfold, and I never know, it could be me,” she added.
While this data breach was covered by certain news organizations, Aashi, an individual who doesn’t attend SFU, had no knowledge of the breach. She possibly isn’t the only one.
Gill mentioned how she was unaware of the data breach and how she had to search it up to fully understand the details of it.
While the University did issue a statement about it, more media attention should have been directed towards the issue. Especially because it’s an issue that affects students and workers at the university.
This data breach isn’t the first one that’s recently affected the community of Surrey. Late last year, the lab company, LifeLabs had a cyberattack which compromised the personal information of residents in B.C. and Ontario.
While reports did not mention the exact communities of B.C. that were affected, considering the population of Surrey, it wouldn’t be a surprise if it was one of the affected communities.
A Global News article also mentioned that the LifeLabs company was not completely sure of the amount of files accessed during the breach. If Surrey resident’s files were compromised, that’s a good portion of British Columbia’s population.
The article also shows that the company took weeks to reveal the attack to the public, which is not something a resident wants to hear about a lab that has access to their personal information.
An investigation is underway to gain more insight on the attack.
Both SFU and LifeLabs are working on ways to assist students and customers with working through the data breach and cyber attack.
Surrey’s Anchor Technology Company Safe Software Celebrates One-Year Anniversary of New HQ with BC Tech Partnership
The partnership brings BC Tech programs and workshops
to Surrey hosted at Safe Software
Safe Software’s BC Tech Partnership Announcement at the Safe Software Open House Dec. 10 to bring BC Tech’s programs and resources to Surrey. (From left) City of Surrey Councillor Steven Pettigrew; Elizabeth Model, CEO of the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association; Dale Lutz, Co-Founder and Vice President of Safe Software; Don Murray, Co-Founder and President of Safe Software; Jill Tipping, CEO of BC Tech Association.
Safe Software, one of Surrey’s largest technology companies, is celebrating a milestone one-year anniversary since moving into its new Surrey headquarters at the Health and Technology District, with the announcement of a new partnership with BC Tech Association to bring their innovative programs and workshops to Surrey, hosted at Safe Software.
Safe Software made the partnership announcement last night at the open house for its new headquarters with its more than 170 employees, plus partners, customers and community dignitaries.
“As one of Surrey’s largest technology companies, we are a made-in-Surrey success story, and we grew from humble beginnings in a basement office to an internationally renowned company with more than 170 employees,” says Don Murray, Co-Founder and President of Safe Software.
“Surrey has always been our home and we are proud to continue to support the city and the communities where we live and work. We are excited to embark on a new era of Safe Software at our new HQ at the Health and Technology District, and this partnership with BC Tech will not only enable us to continue our commitment to help Surrey grow but also to help businesses in Surrey flourish,” says Dale Lutz, Co-Founder and Vice President of Development at Safe Software.
The Safe Software BC Tech Surrey Series will bring the innovative programs and workshops to Surrey so that Surrey and Fraser Valley residents have access to them without needing to commute to Vancouver. The Surrey Series will include tech leadership roundtables, panel discussions and workshops hosted at Safe Software’s offices beginning in 2020.
“Surrey and the Fraser Valley is home to a growing technology sector and it is important to focus on helping educate, attract and retain home-grown talent in this region to help tech businesses thrive,” says Jill Tipping, BC Tech President and CEO. “We are excited to partner with Safe Software as one of Surrey’s largest technology companies, to provide tech networking opportunities and resources to this region’s innovation industry.”
Safe Software moved into the City Centre 2 building at the Health and Technology District in 2018, after spending 20 years at its original Surrey location, in order to accommodate the company’s growth. The new Safe Software HQ is located amongst a busy cluster of innovators, entrepreneurs, clinicians, and healthcare providers, and the opportunity to collaborate with these companies is a big reason Safe Software decided on the location.
Its new HQ boasts 57,000 sq. ft. of space occupying the top five floors of the City Centre 2 building with 360-degree views of the North Shore Mountains and Mount Baker and features a private 6,000 sq. ft. green rooftop terrace. The new space features 196 individual offices, 19 meeting rooms, 8 informal collaboration spaces, a large staff cafeteria/lounge and an in-house fitness centre complete with showers and day lockers.
Safe Software is a major community supporter, recently donating $1-million to the Surrey Hospital Foundation to kick off the Children’s Health Centre Renewal campaign and its team members are strong believers of supporting and investing in local youths and future generations.
About the BC Tech Association:
BC Tech is a non-profit dedicated to making British Columbia the best place to grow and scale a tech company. It pursues this mission by: providing the places and events for the community to come together; impactful programs that help companies grow, scale, export and adopt technologies; up to date information about the tech sector; and the solutions required to ensure its industry and Province continue to grow and thrive. www.wearebctech.com
About Safe Software:
Safe Software is a technology company based in Surrey, British Columbia, founded by Don Murray and Dale Lutz in 1993. Its data integration platform, FME, enables over 10,000 organizations worldwide to use and share their data where, when, and how it’s needed, including McDonald’s China, The Weather Network, the US Department of the Interior, the City of Surrey, and Vancouver International Airport (YVR). In 2018, the company moved to its new corporate headquarters in the Health and Technology District to accommodate its continued growth and ongoing commitment to the Surrey community. www.safe.com
Surrey Roads Take a Technology Leap with new Advanced Traveler Information System
Surrey’s Advanced Traveller Information System (ATIS) Dynamic Messaging Sign showing
alternate adjacent route choices for City Centre via 100 Ave, 104 Ave and 108 Ave.
Surrey, BC – The City of Surrey announced the launch of its Advanced Traveller Information System (ATIS), which will help motorists make more informed decisions to improve their commute, reduce the environmental impact of driving, and lessen driver frustration.
“As we activate our Dynamic Messaging Signs, the City of Surrey is opening up even greater possibilities to make traffic safer, improve flow, and reduce environmental impact,” said Mayor Doug McCallum. “Surrey has been recognized for being at the forefront of leading-edge, innovative communications technologies. The Advanced Traveller Information System that is being launched today is the latest example of how we are continuously improving our traffic information network in Surrey.”
Three overhead, full colour LED, Dynamic Messaging Signs are situated to provide alternate adjacent route choices for City Centre-bound drivers arriving from Highway 1 in the north and Highway 99 in the south. The first is located westbound on 104 Avenue at 154A Street and provides route options via 100 Avenue, 104 Avenue and 108 Avenue. The second sign, at the 5500 block of King George Boulevard, displays options via 132 Street, 140 Street and King George Boulevard. The third, situated eastbound on the 152 Street off ramp from Highway 1, shares real-time travel to Surrey’s downtown via 100 Avenue, 104 Avenue and 108 Avenue.
The signs display travel times derived from data collected and analyzed from fifty Bluetooth sensors installed last year at selected traffic signals throughout the city’s northwest. The ATIS detects anonymized Bluetooth-enabled devices on the roads, encrypts the data and routes it to the Traffic Management Centre (TMC), where a computer tracks the speed and travel time of the detected devices as they move through the city. A comparison of real-time speeds to historical speeds alerts staff when road links are travelling slower than normal, and traffic signals are then adjusted and the public is alerted to changing traffic conditions.
This new system is supported by TMC traffic engineers and technologists who actively manage more than 2,500 traffic devices across approximately 316 square kilometres of city space. ATIS will fully integrate with the City’s other systems, including the exclusive wireless radio communications system, nearly 500 traffic cameras, and over 410 networked traffic signals to improve safety and travel times.
For more information about how Surrey is moving forward with safer, smarter mobility,
The Growth Of Mobile Gaming In Canada
The market for mobile gaming continues to grow alongside rapidly moving technological advancements. It was the fastest-growing sector in 2018. Canadians love gaming, and the country is home to one of the highest per capita percentages of video gamers worldwide, with a growth of 5% in mobile gaming during 2018. A recent report from EEDAR and the mobile research firm Sensor Tower shows that mobile gaming revenues are continuing to grow. Mobile Gaming now represents the largest income chunk in the gaming market.
Most Mobile Gamers Are Female
While you may associate gaming with younger men competing avidly in esports or sitting alone at home, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In reality, published demographics on mobile gaming have shown that 51% of mobile gamers in 2018 were female; a very interesting development in what has been seen as a male-dominated area.
Twenty-three million Canadians are gamers, and 46% of these play most often on mobile devices. Games ranging from Candy Crush Saga and Pokémon Go to League of Legends, and Fortnite shows just how wide and deep the choice is. These immersive experiences are available on mobile for any sex and age group.
Adults Favour Chance Genre Games
A large percentage of Canadian adults of both sexes favour chance genre games, from puzzles to popular casino titles. Their influence was a significant factor in skill/chance games, becoming one of the top three highest-grossing genres, alongside puzzle and strategy. These three combined to drive 56% of all mobile revenue in 2018.
However, the most popular option for mobile gaming among the adult audience is casino games, such as slots and tables games. Canadian players simply love gambling. Many online casinos are now offering extremely generous bonuses for Canadian, which you can check out if you click here. The growth of gambling amongst adults only seems to keep growing.
Children Represent 20% Of All Gamers
Surprisingly, younger children aged between 2 and 12 represent a massive 20% of all Canadian gamers. With 71% of parents actively engaging in gaming at least once a week with their kids, they hear about the most popular or upcoming games by word of mouth. Children are much more likely to use tablets over smartphones for mobile play, with 83% using them, compared to 54% of adults. They play around 5 hours a week on average and spend around $17 every year on new games.
Mobile Esports Is The Future
A staggering 94% of Canadians own a mobile device. Unsurprisingly, this means that 46% of Canadian gamers play most frequently on mobile. The high speeds and low latency that 5G promises to deliver are sure to increase this figure. It will make it faster and easier to stream and play games, whichever mobile device gamers choose. This opens up a whole new world of opportunity, especially to the already popular multi-player esports market.
Counter-Strike and Starcraft 11 are two of the most popular esports options for Canadian players. Counter-strike is currently played by 18 professional Canadian teams, who have won well over $1,500,000 in prize money. Game development companies are busy making huge profits with the launch of games like Clash Royale, which you can check out if you click here. This multi-player battle arena yielded $1 billion in revenue before it had even been on the market for one year.
Canada has already hand-grown many successful gaming companies that could well prove to be the pioneers of this new age of mobile gaming. Keep a lookout for some exciting developments.
Spice up your life
It is hard to imagine our modern lifestyle without being online. An average person does almost major activities via the Internet – work, studying, shopping, and other entertaining stuff, like games and communication. If you are single and do not have time for personal meetings, now it is even possible to date online.
It is an excellent way to contact people for those who do not want to be obligated to anything. Online dating creates a convenient platform for easy and informal conversation, so give yourself a try and enjoy your freedom right now.
How to break the ice dating online?
Obviously, it is hard to guess what may draw the attention of a person you like online. To begin with, try to talk about these daily and neutral topics to get to know each other better: workplace, hobbies, and lifestyle. Talking about these things will let you discover the necessary information about your interlocutor.
Do you want to write something special?
Okay, you see an attractive profile and like that person. So you have been talking for a while, and now you want to type something more than just «I like you». However, before texting, you confront the questions popping up in your head: «What should I exactly write?». Of course, you may be confused, and it is not a problem now with the prepared sex quotes for him and her.
Do you want to have an intimate talk? Do you want to flirt? There you will find quotes for any type of conversation. Flirtatious talk is an art you must practice. However, you can simply make a quick click, and you already have full access to the enormous list of phrases and words, which turn on your partner.
Moreover, there is a great variety of memes, letting you both continue texting without being bored. Believe, afterward, this will help you to bring the conversation on a completely different level.
If you want to impress someone special, click and go to this website review, which also allows you to have a look at the top list of the online dating sites. It rates them according to the major aspects: prices, security, and safety, delivery of service. Using this review, you are assured of getting the best.
Tips for diversifying texting
Let’s say you start talking to someone online, and you want to be closer, but you do not have the opportunity for this. It is reasonable being online. How exactly? These pieces of advice will definitely help you:
- Send photos. Take pictures of what you are doing to let the person on the other side, look at your appearance, know where you are at, and see your surroundings at a particular time.
- Record videos. Send videos where you laugh, smile, and talk. Watching as someone doing these things recorded specially for you makes you feel, as you were both together.
- Make a video call. A specific shade of intimacy will obviously help you to be in touch.
Now that you have all the necessary information regarding improving communication online, you are sure to have a nice talk.
It is clear, you cannot refuse the fact that online dating is worth trying. Hundreds of your desires can be expressed and embodied through simple texting. Dive into the world of online dating where you can be free and get pleasure from informal and spontaneous talks.
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