Archive for March, 2008
Update: This little tricks seems to only work for incoming mail but outgoing messages don’t send. So if your a new BlackBerry owner and eager to put your Hotmail account on your new berry you may notice its not easy. A member over at HowardForums has found a way to enable Hotmail for free! Usually […]
There we go as promised, Telus has launched the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 in Black. This adds Pink and Silver to their collection. You can choose any of the three for $99 with three year term or $499 with no contract. Details are at TelusMoblity.com.
Have you recently got a new BlackBerry? Need some help with it? BlackBerry Made Simple can help. They offer training videos for almost all BlackBerry devices on the market including the BlackBerry Pearl, Curve, 88xx series, 87xx series, 7200 series, 7500 series, 7700 series and BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Video’s start at $9.99 for 3 days […]
We’ve just confirmed recent rumors that Telus will be launching a black colored Pearl 8130. The launch should happen sometime early next week. Pricing is expected to remain the same: $99 with three year term or $499 with no term. More details to follow next week.
The folks over at HowardForums have got themselves into a little battle with MobiTV and need our support! A member of the forums posted a private URL which allows virtually anyone with a computer to access MobiTV files. Now because of this information being posted on HowardForums they want to have it removed and shut […]
So originally RIM was suppose to be rolling out BES 4.1 with full HTML email support, however this might have changed. According to recent rumors we might not be seeing it right away. What makes us think that? RIM has posted a list of full features of the upcoming BES 4.1 and it’s missing the […]
According to an article in the Financial Times, BlackBerry manufacture RIM (Research In Motion) is now the 6th largest handset maker in the world. Apple was also in the top 10 (landing #10 to be exact). RIM must be feeling pretty good seeing themselves up there with Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson.