When Bell announced the availability of the new Blackberry 7250 on February 16th it was on available for corporate clients. Checking on the Bell.ca website shows that anyone can now order the new Blackberry 7250. The device comes with BlueTooth, full QWERTY layout, 32MB of flash memory, large backlight with 65,000 colors. Prices range from […]
Archive for February, 2005
Seems like many people are having issues ordering the Blackberry 7100g from Cingular. The latest smartphone from RIM was available for order on February the 14th but now has been pulled off their website and ordering system. Here is Matt on his ordeal on trying to order his own Blackberry 7100g.
Last week I received an […]
Engadget.com is running an article on how Paris Hilton’s email was hacked. They reported that her email wasn’t hacked by some super computer nerd that got into T-Mobile’s server to garner access into Miss Paris’ SideKick. What the person did was guess the answer to her secret question. The secret question was “What is your […]
Below is the official service bulletin posted by RIM about the service outage. As you can see below 100% of all Blackberry subscribers were affected by the outage. You would think RIM would implement some sort of redundancy so when something goes wrong not everyone is affected. The official cause of the outage is fairly […]
BOTHELL, Wash.- Feb. 23, 2005-Microvision Inc. (Nasdaq:MVIS), announced today that its application development partner, Infinite Peripherals, Irvine, CA., has created an application interface that integrates the Flic(R) Cordless Laser Bar Code Scanner with Research in Motion’s BlackBerry(TM) Wireless Handhelds. The new capability developed by Infinite Peripherals offers out-of-the-box solutions that enable barcode scanning from any […]
Good news for RIM, VNUNet is running an article about how corporate mobile spending is on the raise in Europe. Firms are planning a major deployment of mobile email devices, allocating a bigger budget for mobile services than IT.
Some 62 per cent of UK-based companies anticipate some sort of data card rollout to employees […]
The basis for I’m InTouch is the ability to access and control your computer from any web browser connected to the internet. This means you are able to safely access your computer’s files, emails, and contacts, right from your Blackberry browser. The tool can be invaluable for road warriors that need access to their home […]
Yesterday we started to have data issues with their Blackberry that caused us unable to send email, PIN message, or surf the internet which is still continuing this morning. We thought it was an issue of our own BES because we were all on the same server. It actually is much more than that, seems […]
Last week we reported on Golden Palace teaming up with a Toronto-base software development company Phantom Fiber to bring wireless gambling to your Blackberry. We decided to take a look at what Golden Palace had to offer but were disappointed when we realized there was no “play money” option. We did have a chance to […]
We’re having a hard time keeping track of all these new companies offering its own version of push email technology. You have Good Technology and Visto which right now are the bigger players that pose the most threat for RIM. Let’s not count out some of the lesser known players like iAnywhere, SEVEN, and now […]