Pong Protects BlackBerry Users from Radiation

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We’ve all heard the studies telling us that cell phone radiation fries our brains and gives us cancer. While some may argue that the evidence is anything but conclusive, it’s probably smart to err on the side of caution. If you’re looking to protect yourself from said radiation, these Pong cases may be for you. […]

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BlackBerry Gets Loaded with PayPal Send Money App

Do you need to renew a subscription that you have? Maybe you owe your favorite freelance writer some cash and you’re nowhere near a computer? Well, PayPal is coming to the rescue if you so happen to have a BlackBerry on your hip. The popular online money transfer system has just announced a new application […]

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BlackBerry Poised to Invade China via Digital China

The world’s largest market is about to receive the world’s most popular business-oriented smartphone. This deal has been a very long time in the making, but it seems like it is finally coming to fruition. Rather than turning to the faux RedBerry, consumers in China will soon be able to buy a real BlackBerry handheld […]

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Try Beta Software with BlackBerry App World Test Center

The iPhone has its App Store and the Motorola Droid has the Android Market. Wandering over to the shores of Research in Motion, we find the availability of the BlackBerry App World. Up until now, only “final” software was available for download through this utility, but RIM is shaking things up by offering beta apps […]

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BlackBerry Joins the Foursquare Madness with New App

People who think that Facebook and Twitter are creepy enough already might nto really approve of the near stalker-like possibilities of Foursquare. In effect, Foursquare is a location-based social network where users “check in” to locations, showing where they’ve been and where they are. The person who “checks in” at a location the most becomes […]

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Colorware Ships Parts Only for BlackBerry Curve 8900

Most cell phone geeks are already familiar with the Colorware service. In a nutshell, you ship your treasured handset (they also do notebooks and other gadgetry) over to their warehouse and they’ll outfit it with a fancy paint job featuring just about any color that you can imagine. The trouble with this service, up until […]

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BlackBerry Storm2 9550 Arrives at Telus Mobility

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Did you like the first BlackBerry Storm from Telus? Maybe you’d be more interested in its successor, the appropriately named BlackBerry Storm2 9550. Telus Mobility has officially launched his upgraded smartphone and it comes with just about everything that you’re expecting. I remember when the Storm2 was little more than a rumor and people were […]

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BlackBerry Touchscreen Slider Coming Next Year

Let’s have a look at the BlackBerry lineup. We have a huge range of “conventional” bar-style smartphones with QWERTY keyboards (Curve/Bold), more compact alternatives (Pearl), the touchscreen thing (Storm), and even a flip phone (Pearl Flip). What’s missing? Ah yes, the slider. Or how about a touchscreen slider? Shaw Wu is an analyst over at […]

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Carrier Billing for BlackBerry App World Coming in 2010

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Are you tired of paying for your cell phone bill and your app addiction separately? It was nice to see the introduction of the BlackBerry App World, but it hasn’t been as convenient for some consumers because of the PayPal payment scheme for purchased applications. That could be changing as early as next year. More […]

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Rogers Wireless Confirms BlackBerry Bold 9700

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Coinciding with the sister announcement from Research in Motion, Rogers Wireless has come forward to officially announce that it will be adding the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone to its lineup in “the coming weeks.” The assumption is that this Bold 2, so to speak, will be ready for public consumption some time in November. […]

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Rogers Goes Purple for Lavender BlackBerry 8520

Even though Research in Motion has made some rather major strides in the consumer market, the BlackBerry line of devices is still very much catering to the corporate environment. For the executive type, a nondescript black smartphone will do just fine, but what about people who want a little more personality and color? The BlackBerry […]

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