Archive for July, 2010
Oh dear whats this? Another un-released BlackBerry has been leaked on to the internet. This time it seems to be the slight upgrade to the Bold 9700, which will feature a slightly darker bezel around the body and 512MB of flash RAM. Other than that the Bold 9780 (as its being modeled currently) will be […]
Well, nearly almost all calls. First, Google Voice is only available for the U.S. currently. Secondly, according to their official Google Voice Blog, the update isn’t active at this time for 100% of the calls, but they are planning for it to be effective sometime next week. What’s so great about Google Voice?
Our friends at Zuki Software Ltd released a theme called Zuki Nature, going back to Nature in a time when the hustle and bustle of everyday life takes us from the simple things in life. The theme is nice, green, and very easy on the eyes. Check it out…
Xtreme Labs has just introduced a new app which will allow you to actually test your BlackBerry, and see if it suffers from the Antennagate issue that the iPhone 4 is plagued with. Basically it reads your signal strength into dbm levels, then allows you to report any fluctuations to Xtreme Labs. It’s a free […]
The BlackBerry Slider is back with an all new video curiosity of Salomondrin. The new video shows BlackBerry 6’s new setup screen, as well the sweet new boot animated that takes on the BlackBerry “Do What You Love” theme. It’s always good to see more of BlackBerry 6 in action, plus the ultra sexy BlackBerry […]
Here’s a rumor that could potentially excite a ton of people. VentureBeat is reporting that RIM’s first hybrid BlackBerry (featuring a full touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard) could be launching as soon as August 15th on AT&T in the United States. Over the past several days we have noticed RIM stepping up their BlackBerry 6 by […]
BlackBerry is defiantly one of the biggest BlackBerry related stories of the summer, and now RIM has taken it one step further by posting up new screenshots of the unreleased OS in the wild. The latest BlackBerry 6 walk through covers the user multimedia experience by showing off everything from music playback to the Podcast […]
The BlackBerry Curve 9300 has been making its rounds on the internet for the past few months, and now its getting ready to roll into Canada. It was reported earlier today that Bell employees will begin training for this slightly upgraded smartphone shortly. Rogers Wireless is also expected to launch the new Curve 3G in […]
The Official BlackBerry Developer Blog posted this morning about an update that is available to developers. This brand-new feature they introduced is able to get a location fix in seconds using the nearby cell tower information. The new Geolocation service is part of the Locate Service and it free to developers. Read on..
ParkVu, a Canadian company from Waterloo, Ontario, has launched Music WithMe. It’s an app that allows you to wirelessly sync your iTunes playlists with your BlackBerry. I know there’s the options in the BlackBerry Desktop Manager, but this is wireless. There’s no need for a USB connection, no iPod necessary. Check it out…
The BlackBerry WebKit Browser isn’t available to us just yet, but with any luck RIM will be launching along side of BlackBerry 6 (OS 6.0), within the coming months. Our buddy Salomondrin has just posted a great preview of the upcoming WebKit Browser running on the BlackBerry Slider 9800. The video compares this unreleased browser […]
The BlackBerry Storm2 is starting to reach end-of-life status with a couple different carriers in North America, but that hasn’t stopped Manitobia’s own MTS from finally launching it. The BlackBerry Storm2 is a CDMA smartphone, with world roaming abilities. As of now you can grab the BlackBerry Storm2 for $199 with three year term and […]