BlackBerry was famously behind the curve going into a modern, touch-based OS with BlackBerry 10. Despite the company's hard work at pushing the platform and engaging developers, it didn't work out.
I sat in the last BlackBerry Jam Europe developer conference a few years ago, and there was a lot of excitement. BlackBerry fans can certainly rival Windows phone fans when it comes to passion for their platform. But BlackBerry faded away until the company's recent revival.
It's this which is the focus of an interesting new thread in the Windows Central Forums:
The KEYOne has indeed been well received, more so even than the Priv and DTEK — touch phones that came before it. But these aren't like old BlackBerry handsets. The company has transitioned to using Android and all the benefits that ecosystem brings. Not least app support for consumers.
Nevertheless, the old dog is fighting again. Does this resurgence of an old, much-loved brand give you any faith as a Windows phone fan that the same could happen with Microsoft's mobile offering? Do you think Windows 10 on ARM is the kick in the pants that the platform needs to spark some new fire? Drop by the forum thread below and let us know what you think.
Twitter PWA picks up a simple tweet scheduler in latest update
Twitter's PWA is now showing a tweet scheduler, which was previously only in testing for some users. The feature has long been a part of TweetDeck, but it is now available to anyone using twitter.com or the Twitter progressive web apps, including from the Microsoft Store.
Best Minecraft Dungeons character builds we've found so far
Minecraft Dungeons is a game all about the loot. As such, we thought we'd share some of the endgame builds we're currently using, that might help you get started with your own creations.
Check out these excellent Windows 10 laptops that come with LTE support
Need a quality Windows 10 laptop that can stay connected while on the go? Check out this roundup of the best devices complete with LTE modem.
These are all the best AMD Ryzen-powered laptops
Looking for a new laptop but you'd prefer to have something powered by AMD Ryzen rather than Intel? The choice isn't as wide, but fortunately, there are some excellent notebooks out there to choose from.