Archive for November, 2010
BerryBuzz has updated to the latest version. If you have BerryBuzz, please update it now. If not, and you aren’t sure what BerryBuzz is, it’s an alert app that lets you customize the LED alerts and how they alert you. It’s one of my favorite apps. So what’s been updated?
The BlackBerry Style is expected to launch on Bell and TELUS within the next few weeks, and already dummy display units have already started to arrive at TELUS stores. This CDMA smartphone runs on RIM’s new BlackBerry 6 OS, and sports a full QWERTY keyboard, in a compact design with a 5.0 megapixel camera, large […]
Not too long after the last BlackBerry 6 leak for the Bold 9700, a newer version has been leaked online. You can now grab OS 188.8.131.528 for the BlackBerry Bold 9700. As normal this is not an official OS, therefore we strongly recommend backing up your BlackBerry before installing. Download OS 184.108.40.2068 for Bold 9700 […]
Update: ScanLife Barcode Reader For BlackBerry Updates To v3.1.13, Adds Coupons, Nutrition Info And More!
ScanLife can be useful when shopping. Find the cheapest prices online or even better, now you can find coupons, the nutrition of the item, it’s really neat to be able to look up all that information. Especially since the BlackBerry Messenger only can scan other users Barcodes and Group Barcodes. So check it out…
The white colored BlackBerry Torch 9800 has been available in the U.S. for a week or so now, but Canada’s Rogers Wireless has just launched it officially. Earlier in the week we saw the dummy phones starting to arrive in stores, and Rogers has finally announced its now available. Starting today you should be able […]
It has been announced by the BlackBerry Partners Fund the winners of the Developer Challenge. All were deserving, I wouldn’t want to be one of the judges to have to pick one. The final four are: North America: Poynt by Multiplied Media Corporation in the category of Maps & Navigation. Latin America: Vlingo Plus – […]
Mobility Insider was able to get their hands on the Playbook and share their first impressions. I get more and more excited as the time draws nearer. We’ll share with you those highlights. The QNX is still in beta, so when the product is finished, polished, and out on the markets I think everyone is […]
Slacker Radio, the free digital radio app that has a variety of genre stations or allows you to create your very own custom radio stations, has updated. No change log is available at this time, but as soon as one comes up, I’ll post it. I didn’t notice anything out of the ordinary so let […]
The Third Annual BlackBerry Developer Challenge has come to the last round. This year the BlackBerry Partners Fund announced that $1.5 million dollars worth of prizes were available. There is no cash award, but the prizes available that will help your app be successful. If you’re curious as to what apps are available list here. […]
Hey! Speaking of the BlackBerry PlayBook. The team at Engadget got a brief hands-on experience with RIM’s upcoming PlayBook tablet. The PlayBook will be the first (and hopefully not last) device rocking the new QNX operating system. The video quickly shows how the PlayBook can multitask and play videos without slowing down and feeling slugish. […]
RIM has posted up a video of their upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook in action, and put against Apple’s iPad. The video quickly shows how fast the PlayBook’s WebKit browser is, and its wide support for Flash and HTML 5. Check out the video above and you can find more details at InsideBlackBerry.