Archive for July, 2010
You asked for it, you waited for it, well now the wait is over, for everyone who is participating in the BlackBerry Beta Zone that is. The BlackBerry App World is the service for your BlackBerry that allows you to discover new apps, download, recommend, and rate them for both personal and business use. It [...]
Whoops! Looks like Telus has accidentally listed the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 3G on their website. I went on to telusmobility.com this morning to check out their new smartphone plan (with 5GB bonus data), and look what I came across. Telus has listed the unreleased BlackBerry Curve 3G as the current CDMA Curve 8530. It says [...]
I love the BBSync Store’s Deal of the Day program. Today (Friday) we are offering Tether for BlackBerry at 50% off! This means you can grab a copy of this app for only $24.98. Tether allows you to connect your BlackBerry to your PC or Mac and use it as a wireless modem, without having [...]
The BlackBerry Bold 9650 has always been rumored to be getting a BlackBerry 6 upgrade, but nothing was ever officially confirmed, until now. The team at BBLeaks managed to get some shots of a Bold 9650 running BlackBerry 6 (build 188.8.131.52). Sadly we still don’t know when it will be officially released, but the good [...]
RIM is know to scoop up domain names to protect their brand. Luckily RIM has been very good to most of the BlackBerry community when it comes to domain names. However it seems that RIM has just taken over two domains which could provide insight to some of their future projects. The first one is [...]
Our friends at OtterBox let us know that a pink colored Commuter Series (part of the Strength series) is coming soon for the BlackBerry Bold 9700.The Strength Case supports the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade, by donating 10% of the price. While you can’t get your hands on this case just yet, it’s expected to launch [...]
Yesterday Juniper Networks announced it has entered into definitive agreement to acquire SMobile Systerms, Inc. The integration is going to mean more comprehensive mobile device security for both corporate users and consumers alike. Infonetics Research, an industry analyst firm, projects the mobile client security market to grow by more than $1 billion by 2014. Here’s [...]
When I got the email I had to admit I was really intrigued. I’ve tried self destructive text apps before, but none were free. The point of it is to have a text that can self-destruct in a time limit that you set. TigerText is available in the BlackBerry App World for free. What is [...]
RIM is getting ready to release BlackBerry 6 – their next generation operating system – within the next few months. Today RIM gave us another inside look at BlackBerry 6′s newly redesigned home screens via their official blog. As you can see the new BlackBerry OS provides a familar design, with some small useful tweaks. [...]
You know this isn’t the first time you’ve seen the UAE in the tabloids and news. The last time was over the Etisalat incident, the very one Smobile Systems had found and evaluated. This time it’s about data overseas and the inability to control where their laws aren’t applicable. Analysts are stating it could be [...]
Tony, from Cocky Culture, let us know that he’s released a new premium theme, Tribal. Show the side you hide pain-free, no tatoo required. Completely original including the visuals, icons, and buttons, and wallpaper friendly. Cocky Culture has some of the most original themes to impress a variety of BlackBerry users.
We know we take for granted what we’ve learned so well. But there are times that you get your first BlackBerry, whether it’s your first personal one or you’re changing carriers. One of the first things you’ll want to do is add your email. I’m going to give you two ways to do this.