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New Blackberry Accessory Website


Cool Cell Gear Inc. formally announces the launch of two new Web sites featuring easy-to-purchase PDA accessories: ( ) sells products and accessories for BlackBerry devices, including the popular BlackBerry 7290 and7780 model. ( ) offers accessories for Treo SmartPhone models, including the newest model the Treo 650. Both Web sites have an easy to use interface and provide users a secure and economical place to purchase Treo and BlackBerry accessories.

“We offer Treo and BlackBerry enthusiasts a secure, intuitive Web site for all of their PDA accessory needs,” commented Steve Radis, Cool Cell Gear’s President. PDA accessories, including cases, headsets, batteries, car kits, chargers and other products, are featured on the two Web sites. Each site offers dozens of products with a continually updated list of product offerings.

Google Launches Google Mobile


Mobile Google
Google has launched a mobile version of its search engine built specifically for cell phones and mobile devices. Google Mobile, an index of sites which have been designed for mobile users, offers Web Search and Image Search with access to over 8 billion pages and a billion images. Use Google WebSearch on your phone or mobile device to search through 8 billion pages made specifically for mobile devices. Even though most BES users and some WAP users have full html capability and can surf regular websites just fine, it still could be used to search for WAP versions of sites which will save you on download time and data costs.

The new mobile website can be found at:

Bluetooth Device Disconnects after Each Call


If you’re having issues with your Bluetooth headset in the way of each time you make a call on your Bluetooth-enabled Blackberry, your Bluetooth device disconnects. The cause of the problem is that “trust mode” is not enabled.

To Enable Trust Mode, do the following:

1. From the BlackBerry main menu, select Options –> Bluetooth.

The Paired Device screen appears.

2. Scroll to your Bluetooth device and click the trackwheel.
3. Select Device Properties.
4. Set the Trusted field to Yes.

Change a BlackBerry Wireless Handheld password from the BES


A BlackBerry Enterprise Server administrator can change a BlackBerry Wireless Handheldâ„¢ password by sending an IT Policy to the handheld. When the user accepts the IT Policy, the new password becomes effective.

To change a handheld password using the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, perform the following steps:

1. Open the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Management console.
2. Right-click the user account that requires a password change.
3. Click IT Admin > Set Password and Lock.
4. In the Set Handheld Password and Lock window, type the new password into the New Password and New Password Again fields.
5. Click OK.

Note: It takes approximately 30 minutes for the new IT Policy to be sent to the handheld.

6. When the handheld receives the IT Policy, the following message is displayed:

New IT Policy Changed Over The Air. Would you like to accept?

7. Click OK. The user can now use the new password on the handheld.

Handango Announces Champion Award Winners


Last night, Handango, the leading provider of mobile downloads, announced the winners of the Handango Champion Awards at the fifth annual Handango Partner Summit. Judged by a panel of industry experts and media, the Handango Champion Awards were presented for BlackBerry(tm), Palm OS®, UIQ, Series 60 and Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC and Smartphone applications in the following categories: Best Application for Work, Best Application for Play, Best Application for Life, Best New Application and Best Industry Application. A complete list of winners is available at

The winner of the Blackberry Developer of the Year:

Terratial Technologies

Best Application for Work:

Mail2Fax by

Best Application for Play:

Ring Tone Megaplex by Terratial Technologies

Best Application for Life:

WorldMate by MobiMate

Best New Application:

eSpell by DynoPlex

Wireless Growth Continues To Exceed Expectations


The number of handset shipments continues to exceed industry expectations as emerging markets drive demand abroad, while data services, youth-market penetration and family plans boost wireless adoption in the U.S. Early Wednesday, Bank of America analyst Tim Long increased his forecast for global handset shipments for this year and in 2006, the second analyst in a week to raise his expectations. The change in tone comes despite industry expectations for a deceleration in the rapid growth of wireless phones after this year.

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