On August 3rd, 2010, the world of BlackBerry changed forever. OK, OK– maybe not. But, we were formally introduced to BlackBerry’s latest device, the Torch 9800, as well as the company’s latest operating system, BlackBerry OS6. Keep reading past the break to learn more.Read more
RIM teases us with yet another BlackBerry OS 6 video; CDMA customers have to wait until 2011 for OS 6?
This morning, RIM (Research in Motion), the company behind the popular BlackBerry smartphone line, released yet another “sneak peek” video of BlackBerry OS 6.
The company’s VP of Handheld Software Product Management, Andrew Bocking, seemed genuinely excited about the upcoming launch– me, not so much.
When the folks over at CrackBerry reached out to RIM, they were basically told [...]
BlackBerry Pearl 3G Checklist
Tiny hands? Check.
Blazing-fast 3G speeds? Check.
Uber-addicting BlackBerry Messenger? Check.
BlackBerry OS 5? Check.
You can now rejoice: the BlackBerry Pearl 3G is coming your way.
Just a few days ago, Rogers notified all of its stores that BlackBerry Pearl 3Gs are ready to be sold and will arrive in stores in a few days. As [...]
We have some great news for you Wi-Fi-less Tour-owners out there! TechTrackr has received word from numerous sources that the folks over at Verizon store are being prepped for BlackBery’s new Bold 9650, the top of the line CDMA BlackBerry.
About a month ago, the guys over at Crackberry predicted a release today for today, May [...]Read more
The first wave of announcements came through from RIM’s 2010 Wireless Enterprise Symposium (aka WES) just a few short days ago: the company officially launched its two latest wireless devices– the Bold 9650 the 3G Pearl 9100.
The Blackberry Bold 9650, the successor to the Tour 9630, will appear on CDMA carriers. The company indicated that they [...]Read more
Does your phone lack character? Is your CrackBerry not indicative of your wild and crazy personality? Perhaps you’re looking to show support for your favorite sports teams… Well, Coveroo, a company based in San Francisco, California, thinks that they’ve come up with the perfection solution.
Coveroo offers over 2,000 designs that you can either laser engrave [...]
The boys over at the Boy Genius Report got their hands on a few screenshots of RIM’s Blackberry Operating System 6.0 earlier this week, and I must say, it looks beautiful.
I’m an avid BlackBerry fan, but there’s no denying that the web surfing experience on the iPhone is far superior. When RIM finally came to [...]Read more
RIM successfully upgraded its BlackBerry Internet Server (BIS) to 3.0 over the weekend. However, the update didn’t include all of that features that BlackBerry addicts were expecting, mainly Gmail two-way sync. North American users first noted a gap in emails early Sunday morning.
Some features did show up however like the ability to add and delete labels via the [...]Read more
Whoa, exciting BlackBerry news! Yesterday evening, an internet user leaked images of a new BlackBerry Slider prototype that have already been confirmed as legit (yes, we waited to break the story until we knew for sure).
We have a quick rundown of what we know for sure and what we’re still finding out:
The images you’re seeing [...]Read more
TetherBerry is now: Tether. Original? Not so much. The best tethering app around? Definitely.
BlackBerry’s beloved tethering application is now fresh out of the re-branding studio.
The latest version touts a new user interface, bluetooth tethering (in additional to the traditional wired approach), and full Mac compatability.
I’ve had the software installed on my laptop and BlackBerry for [...]