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Handling BlackBerry Input Methods

This post was written by Naveenan Murugesu

It’s very exciting that BlackBerry Passport has arrived and BlackBerry Classic is just around the corner. With the arrival of BlackBerry Passport and BlackBerry Classic smartphones, we have several new input methods to support in your apps: 677 more words

Web Development

Sunday Sounds: George Maple | Vacant Space

This is going to sound a little awkward, but George Maple’s voice is at once matronly and comforting, but also very seductive and sharp at just the right times. 316 more words

Music

Future Classic | Touch Sensitive - 'Teen Idols'

Hope you’re all having a wonderful #sundayfunday. Got anything awesome on your radar? Perhaps a midday bike ride (I miss those Los Angeles bike rides). Or, if you’re a geek like myself, then you’re zoning out playing Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare. 90 more words

Music

New: Touch Sensitive - Teen Idols

Taking a note out of Flying Lotus’ “Do The Astral Plane”, Touch Sensitive implements his carefree nature with some expertly chopped vocals and high-pitched snaps ‘n’ crackles with a track sure to dominate every stereo on Bondi Beach this summer. 101 more words

New Song

Touch Sensitive - "Teen Idols"

Here’s one for your weekend playlist. “Teen Idols” is the title track from an upcoming compilation by Future Classic, an Australian label responsible for introducing listeners to the likes of… 60 more words

MUSIC

The 5 Best New Songs We Heard This Week: Purity Ring, Hannah Diamond

Get to know a few of 2014’s most interesting young electronic labels, London’s PC Music and Sydney’s Future Classic, via new songs from their rosters. Plus Purity Ring get us excited for their sophomore LP, Lana nails another soundtrack, and Chance the Rapper goes full soul. 411 more words

Music

This Song's Modern Take On Doo Wop Style Is Exactly What You Need Right Now

I’ve had a great holiday that completely derailed the rest of my life, and this can only mean one thing: I need new jams. Here is a song that’s getting me through the post-Thanksgiving-pre-festivus funk. 51 more words