Monthly Archive for March, 2005Page 2 of 15

KPN and RIM Introduce BlackBerry Internet Service in Belgium and The Netherlands


WATERLOO, Ontario & BRUSSELS, Belgium & THE HAGE, The Netherlands–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 30, 2005–KPN and Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq:RIMM)(TSX:RIM) have introduced BlackBerry Internet Service(TM) in the Netherlands and in Belgium via BASE, a wholly-owned subsidiary of KPN Mobile N.V. BlackBerry Internet Service provides individual users and smaller businesses with a leading mobile solution for staying connected.

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Comments Goes Mobile
GuruNet Corporation, creators of the reference-based search engine, announced the launch of a beta mobile version of its product, accessible at This new version enables users to view’s quick, concise facts on their mobile devices, including the BlackBerry, the Treo, and other Windows CE-based devices.

“Were taking our goal of supplying ‘Answers at Your Fingertips’ pretty literally,” explained Bob Rosenschein, Founder and CEO of GuruNet. “The rapidly increasing use of mobile phones has made the accessibility of reliable reference on the go a natural extension for us. If you communicate on the go and get your e-mail on the go, why not get instant facts on the go? “This new edition includes all of the reliable reference sources available in the classic version of, and has been specially formatted for the smaller screens found on wireless handheld devices.”

Krusell Handit Multidapt Case – Reviewed


Krusell Handit Multidapt

Krusell, a case manufactuer based out of Sweden is well-known for its high quality cases for various hardware including everything from PDAs to iPods. So it is quite fitting that our first case review would be one from Krusell. Today we look at the Handit Multidapt Blackberry 7510 model which has extra pockets for credit cards and business cards.

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Send Free Faxes From Your Blackberry


Mobile Query has built SendFax a program that allows you to send faxes for free from your Blackberry. It works by taking advantage of the TCP.INT project which is a collection of fax servers you may use to send a fax to many locations around the world. Being a free service it isn’t the most reliable service but TCP.INT does offer an email receipt so you can verify if the fax went through. Our first fax request took a total time of 4 hours for the fax to finally get through. Not the most ideal for important faxes but can come in handy for the less important faxes.

To install SendFax point your Blackberry browser to

You can view the entire fax coverage here …

NetDocuments Mobile Document Services For Blackberry


Access your documents from the palm of your hand and capture work as it happens. Sounds promising! With the proliferation and firm-wide acceptance of BlackBerrys for wireless email, why not also access, open and view documents from the same devices. BlackBerry and NetDocuments users can now view, search, email and access all their documents. An attorney, for example, can open documents linked in an email as a notification is sent from the client who has reviewed documents shared in a secured Extranet, or a secretary or a legal team member has edits to be reviewed.

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Insides of the Blackberry 7100


7100 Insides
Here’s a picture of the internals of the 7100t incase you ever wanted to know but were too afraid to open it yourself. Thanks to Vycoh for the picture.