Archive for January, 2011
Organize your contacts quickly and efficiently with Xobni For BlackBerry, and they’re offering you a free version to try it out. Of course the free is limited, but with Xobni Pro on sale, why would you stop at free? Check it out…
Woah! Some awesome news was just posted at BGR. Apparently RIM is gearing up for a BlackBerry Torch 2. According to BGR, the BlackBerry Torch 2 should be expected to launch on AT&T late Q3 2011. The updated Torch will stay pretty much the same, however sport a new metallic silver color, and a 1.2GHZ [...]
When it rains its pours over at BGR. They have just posted up the next-generation of the BlackBerry Curve family as well. This handset could be code-named BlackBerry Apollo, and will bring some sweet new features, including bigger processors, NFC (near field communication), new BlackBerry OS 6.1, and is only 11mm thin. Like the other [...]
It’s been long rumored that a full QWERTY touchscreen BlackBerry is in the works. BGR has once again confirmed a new BlackBerry code-named Dakota, which will bring some impressive specs and features. The BlackBerry Dakota is expected to be a 3G smartphone, running the newly announced BlackBerry OS 6.1, sport a 5.0 megapixel camera, with [...]
The BlackBerry Developers Conference in Asia is just starting to kick off. Tyler Lessard, VP of Global Alliances and Developer Relations for RIM had a pretty exciting announcement for developers today. Lessard announced that BlackBerry Application Platform 6.1 will be available to developers over the next quarter or so, and will include serveral great new [...]
RIM Launches New Developer Tools and Services for BlackBerry Tablet OS and BlackBerry Smartphones at DEVCON Asia
RIM Launches New Developer Tools and Services for BlackBerry Tablet OS and BlackBerry Smartphones at BlackBerry DEVCON Asia BlackBerry WebWorks Platform Enables Web Developers to Build Robust Applications for the BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet That Also Support BlackBerry Smartphones. BlackBerry Smartphone Platform Gets New Releases: Payment Service SDK in Beta, BlackBerry Push Service SDK v1.0.1 and [...]
Poynt, the awesome must-have free app for BlackBerry has updated adding a feature called Events which is powered by Eventful. The app is an all in one amazing app. It gives you directions, the weather, movies and synopsis, restaurants, look up of businesses, gas, and now events.
If you’ve got a BlackBerry Bold 9700 or Curve 3G (or Curve 85xx) then you know the selection of cases on the market is huge. Case-Mate recently unveiled their Pop Case a new lightweight formed fitted case made of plastic and soft rubber materials. They’re now available for both the BlackBerry Bold 9700 and Curve [...]
CES 2011 wrapped up today, and RIM posted up one final video about the BlackBerry PlayBook on their official blog, Inside BlackBerry. The video is with Product Manager Ryan Bidan who handled the BlackBerry PlayBook. Ryan answers frequently asked questions about the BlackBerry PlayBook, including questions like “Do you need a BlackBerry to enjoy the [...]
I apologize for being tardy with this one. BlackBerry App World Beta is available in the BlackBerry Beta Zone for those in North America and the U.K. There are many great reasons to join the BlackBerry Beta Zone, let’s see what’s new and why the Zone.
FontCollection is one of the new fave apps of mine. It’s available in the BlackBerry Sync Store for only $.99! It gives you the ability to install different fonts including your own. If you have the previous version, it’s only $.49 to upgrade to the latest version, and if not, whatever are you waiting for? [...]
So hopefully by now you know that the BlackBerry PlayBook actually gets tethered to your BlackBerry smartphone, in order to use core BlackBerry functions, such as BBM, Email, and Calendar. Once the PlayBook is available you will have to download an app from BlackBerry App World, and basically pair your device to the PlayBook. You [...]