Archive for May, 2005

Reqwireless For Blackberry Reviewed

May 26, 2005: 

Anyone that has tried the WAP browser on their Blackberry would know the feeling. You spend $20 to $40 a month on a data plan but your browser on your Blackberry is only as good as the one on your friend’s cell phone. Those who are on a BES get the Blackberry browser which displays […]

Proximus and RIM Extend Range of BlackBerry Products in Belgium

May 26, 2005: 

Leading Belgian mobile phone operator Proximus and Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq:RIMM)(TSX:RIM) today announced the launch of the BlackBerry 7100v(TM) business phone and BlackBerry Enterprise Server(TM) v4.0, expanding Proximus’ existing range of BlackBerry(R) products in order to offer more choice to mobile customers. The BlackBerry 7100v from Proximus is the first of its kind available […]

Premiere Global Services Introduces Mobile Document Management Solution for Blackberry

May 26, 2005: 

Premiere Global Services, Inc., a global outsource provider of business communications services and business process solutions, today announced its Mobile Office Manager for the BlackBerry(R) platform, from Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM). The new offering enables mobile subscribers to receive faxes electronically and to print e-mails and attachments directly from their BlackBerry device via […]

MemoPad Pro by MobilePro Reviewed

May 25, 2005: 

MobilePro’s MemoPad Pro is aimed at picking up where RIM left off with their MemoPad application. MemoPad Pro gives users organization and flexibility with their note taking and offers mobile synchronization with the mobilepro.net website without the need for a BES. Read further to see our full review…

Globe Introduces the Sony Ericsson P910i Smartphone with BlackBerry Connect in the Philippines

May 25, 2005: 

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications and Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq:RIMM)(TSX:RIM) today announced the availability of BlackBerry(R) Connect(TM) for the Sony Ericsson P910i to Globe Telecom customers in the Philippines. BlackBerry Connect enables P910i users to connect to proven and popular BlackBerry services featuring push-based wireless technology. BlackBerry provides an efficient and reliable communications platform that […]

PalmOne buys rights to Palm brand name

May 24, 2005: 

Seems like the previous article earlier this morning by Gibson of TheDeal.com outlining her thoughts that Palm may buy PalmSource is becoming one step closer. PalmOne has paid PalmSource $30 million for the Palm brand name, although not a complete company buy out it does seem like things are headed that way.
Shares of PalmSource […]

QuickIM Reviewed

May 24, 2005: 

QuickIM is an instant messenger programs for your Blackberry supporting the public MSN network. A major advantage of QuickIM is that it connects directly to the MSN servers so there is no monthly fee. We’ve seen these types of instant messenger programs before so read further to see if QuickIM can compete.

PalmSource Buzz - Potential Buy out?

May 24, 2005: 

Fresh from the departure of PalmSource CEO David Nagel, Kate Gibson of TheDeal.com writes an interesting article about PalmSource being riped for the picking.
“They lost a CFO in February, who was replaced by a better CFO, then they lost the head of sales in March, who was replaced by a better head of sales, […]

mySAP CRM 2005 To Support Blackberry Devices

May 24, 2005: 

SAP is following Microsoft Business Solutions’ lead by adopting a new naming convention for its CRM applications and wooing resellers to create vertical market add-ons to its base product. The offering, which is due to ship in the fourth quarter, will be based on the company’s NetWeaver middleware and include a new mySAP Analytics module. […]