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MSohm
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Streaming Technologies Survey

RIM is interested on feedback about what streaming technologies are important to you and your applications.  Visit the link below to take part in our streaming technologies survey and help shape the future of multimedia on the BlackBerry Platform.

 

https://www.blackberry.com/beta/surveys/respond/2851

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jtegen
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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

The link takes you to a BB Beta Zone site page.  Do we need to register as beta users first?

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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

Yes, you'll need to login/register as a BetaZone member first.

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tags07
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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

Looks like the questionnaire is meant for developers of apps who want to stream content. Do you also need input as a consumer..for example what channels I subscribe to and would love to listen to or watch?

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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

 


tags07 wrote:

Looks like the questionnaire is meant for developers of apps who want to stream content. Do you also need input as a consumer..for example what channels I subscribe to and would love to listen to or watch?


No, this survey is targeted for developers only.  Thanks for checking.

 

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thesmileman
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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

@

 

Why do they have to have different password restrictions than the rest of RIM's stuff?

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biggerCC
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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

 


MSohm wrote:

Yes, you'll need to login/register as a BetaZone member first.


"We're sorry, the application form is not yet available for your country." (Germany)

 

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ljdarten
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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

@thesmileman: heh. I want to know why I have at least seven passwords for RIM.

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MSohm
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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

 


biggerCC wrote:

 


MSohm wrote:

Yes, you'll need to login/register as a BetaZone member first.


"We're sorry, the application form is not yet available for your country." (Germany)

 


 

BetaZone is only available for the countries listed in the link below.  We are looking into what we can do to open up the survey to a wider audience.

 

https://www.blackberry.com/beta/legal/viewtermsAndConditions

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EnerJi
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Re: Streaming Technologies Survey

What about the password issue?  Is absolutely ridiculous how many passwords we need to remember for a single company!  Why isn't "BlackBerry ID" leveraged across all your sites?  This is another in a long list of examples of how RIM likes to make things hard for its developers.