Archive for October, 2010
I know that BlackBerry has a Notes app that comes with the OS, but MiniNotes is the app that allows you to customize your notes your way. In fact, I have opted to use the MiniNotes in place of the native Notes app. I’ll share with you what MiniNotes is and why I prefer it.
Bolt Browser has grown a ton over the past and a bit. Today Bitstream, creators of Bolt Browser announced their latest version 2.3. The new verison of Bolt brings even better streaming media support with HTML 5, cloud backup for favorites, and even more mobile widgets for weather, Wikipedia, and others. You can grab the [...]
Currently Firefox Home is available to the iPhone. According to the Mozilla Mobile Blog, they will be coming out with a BlackBerry platform in the coming months. Keep in mind that this is Firefox Home and not the Firefox browser. What is Firefox Home?
RIM recently rolled out BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) 3.2 to customers in the Asia Pacific region. Now it’s expected that RIM plans to release BIS 3.2 to North American users (which includes Canada, USA, and Mexico). The new BIS 3.2 upgrade brings Google Calendar sync, updated login enhancements, show/hide password option for all email accounts, [...]
The Russian software developer ElcomSoft with it’s Russian competition, AccentSoft, has created a password-cracking programs targeted at BlackBerry with a Phone Password Breaker that previously was useful on only iPhone devices. The software has a double standard because it can help you retrieve your backup should your BlackBerry get stolen, but in the wrong hands [...]
The BlackBerry Dev Blog recently posted up an interview with Dan Dodge, the co-founder and CEO of QNX, who developed the BlackBerry Tablet OS found in the PlayBook. Dan explains how QNX Neutrino OS found inside the PlayBook works, and what it means for developers. It’s a great read if you want a more technical look [...]