Rumors of an Android-powered Blackberry device are nothing new, and there are numerous reasons why any Android enthusiast might suspect such a device exists or is at least in the works. One of those recent rumors began to spread when Blackberry appeared to register some domains for “Android Secured” which people took to mean had something to do with the upcoming Android smartphone they’d be launching. While the most recent rumors of the device revolve around image leaks, the appearance of these new domains fueled the rumors. Turns out though they had nothing to do with a Blackberry running on Android, but rather are the domains for Blackberry’s newly announced Android Secured Hub.
Today Blackberry has announced the launch of Android Secured Hub, a site focused on bringing individuals news and updates on the latest details having to do with Android security and management of Android devices. Blackberry is big name in the enterprise space, so it seems like the Android Secured Hub is mostly focused on being a place to go for all the details which those in the enterprise field using Android devices for work can go to to find useful information. It’s also going to be a great place to go for anybody that is just generally interested in everything that has to do with Blackberry’s security efforts with the Android platform.
If the name of the site didn’t give it away, Android Secured Hub will be a collective of the latest news stories, editorials, videos, and other information all pertaining to the world of Blackberry secured Android devices from various websites. Collections of stuff will be curated so visitors can probably expect the content to be the best of the best and handpicked specifically to showcase the most important information on the subject. Blackberry is also making it easy for individuals to share any content they wish with easy to access buttons to share with people’s favorite social sites right from the front page including Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and more. If you need or want to stay on top of anything related to Blackberry security for Android, it seems this will be the place to watch.