06/03/2011, A couple of months ago, we reported on RIM’s new BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing app hitting the BlackBerry Beta Zone. After almost two months of testing, it looks like the app is primed and ready for the masses. On the Official BlackBerry Blog, RIM announced that BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing is now out of beta and can be downloaded from the BlackBerry App World. In case you need a refresher on what […]
06/03/2011, Ever wished that all your devices were powered by the Android operating system? If you own an Android tablet and an Android smartphone, all that’s left for you to get is an Android watch! The folks over at Blue Sky Srl from Italy has decided to come up with an impressive “smartwatch” that runs on the Android operating system.
06/03/2011, The BlackBerry PlayBook has already been around for some time already, but while it boasts of solid hardware, the same cannot be said where software is concerned. After all, this just goes to reinforce the point that we have been sharing all this while – there is value in the software more than the hardware, which explains why seemingly inferior devices would do better in the market if they have […]
06/03/2011, When it comes to the latest and greatest devices, most folks would sit in anticipation, holding on to the edges of their seats as they trawl through page after page on the Internet, wondering just when the next leak will come from. Well, when it comes to the BlackBerry range of devices, the Bold 9900 is said to be the best yet-to-be-released model, where whispers from multiple sources have confirmed […]
05/31/2011, The BlackBerry Curve “Apollo” was shown off in some short video clips last week and now the folks over at Tinhte.vn have shot a 7 minute video showing off even more footage of the upcoming entry-level BlackBerry. Specs-wise the new Curve isn’t anything to shout about but like most of the current BlackBerry phones, they are due for an update and the Apollo seems like a decent replacement. The BlackBerry […]
05/31/2011, Last week the folks over at TechnoBuffalo got their hands on some leaked photographs of the BlackBerry Torch 2 and now they’ve managed to score a working pre-release handset. They shot a video tour of the phone, covering its hardware, and touching a bit on the operating system (BlackBerry 7 OS) and its apps. From first initial impressions, they seem pretty pleased with the device, stating that it is much […]
05/30/2011, We do know that there will be a WiMAX-enabled BlackBerry PlayBook rolling out sometime down the road, but there is no word on an exact date just yet. However, some enterprising sleuths who decided to rely on the power of Google managed to uncover a secret – the shipping date of such a PlayBook might be closer than you think. This is made possible thanks to a Google search that […]
05/26/2011, There is just this thing about code names and nicknames where yet unreleased consumer electronics devices are concerned – and the BlackBerry isn’t exempt, either. It seems that there is word on the grapevine revolving around the Monca 9850 and Monza 9860, with the final name being the BlackBerry Volt. Of course, there are other schools of thought that point towards RIM thinking whether the 9850 and 9860 might just […]
05/26/2011, Leaked earlier this year, the BlackBerry Curve “Apollo” has surfaced again, this time showing up in training videos for BlackBerry 7 OS and videos showing off its hardware. When its specs were first revealed we weren’t too impressed and judging by what appears to be lag on the device in the training video, we don’t think a lot of people are going to be looking forward to this device. Let’s […]
05/25/2011, The folks at Techno Buffalo seem to be getting quite a lot of reliable leaks lately. First it was the upcoming Droid X2, and now they’ve gotten their hands on another sequel – this time it’s of the BlackBerry variety. Some images of the BlackBerry Torch 2 have shown up and they’ve been kind enough to share it with the world. Although the pictures aren’t exactly top quality, they’re good […]
05/24/2011, While we know that the BlackBerry PlayBook was taken apart only hours after it went on sale, iFixit’s guide only had text instructions and photographs to guide users through the process – not a very intuitive guide for folks who would rather have videos of someone guiding them through the process. Well, those people are in luck.
05/23/2011, The BlackBerry PlayBook has been out for awhile now, and we seem to be hearing more and more rumors about the tablet being a flop, with high return rates and underwhelming sales. However, we’ve also heard reports about the PlayBook selling as predicted and even doing better than retailers thought it would. In the meantime, RIM has been adamant about the tablet not being a flop, dismissing negative reports as […]
05/19/2011, The official Twitter client 2.0 for BlackBerry phones has finally graduated from the beta testing phase to join the ranks of full version Twitter clients available on the platform. After spending a couple of weeks in the beta zone, it looks like RIM thinks it’s ready for prime time. The Twitter for BlackBerry app will be released in the BlackBerry App World within the next 24 hours. The new version […]
05/19/2011, Great news to the nearly 65 million Medco members in America – Verizon and Medco Health Solutions have teamed up to take their first major step into the mobile healthcare arena. The companies have just announced the release of the Medco Pharmacy app today – the only mobile app on the market that offers real-time patient-specific drug safety and savings information. For the folks who are always on the go […]