Archive for September, 2007

Broadcom working on low-power single-chip GPS

Sep 26, 2007: 

Between suing Qualcomm, Broadcom’s worked on a new GPS chip that could be finding its way into BlackBerrys real soon.

Service slowdown yesterday

Sep 26, 2007: 

It was a small outage for some, but a bigger one for others. Is RIM tying their own noose?

Daylite 3.5 lets Mac users get their BB sync on

Sep 25, 2007: 

Some offices use Macs, believe it or not, and Daylite is letting those Macs work with BlackBerrys for great awesomeness.

BES and BlackBerry 8800 launched in Uganda

Sep 25, 2007: 

Uganda gets Berryfied, with BES and the 8800.

RIM gets EAL security accreditation

Sep 25, 2007: 

BlackBerry Enterprise Server and handheld software are both meeting Common Criteria standards, meaning their security can be evaluated on the same basis as other IT equipment.

Air Canada OKs BlackBerry boarding passes

Sep 24, 2007: 

2D barcodes can now be sent via SMS to get you in the skies more quickly.

More BlackBerry 8100 colours in the works

Sep 24, 2007: 

RIM’s site has let slip that orange, titanium and a black/white combo colour scheme are all on the way for the BlackBerry Pearl.

Weekly Contest: Too much of a good thing?

Sep 24, 2007: 

Frustrated that your shiny new Curve is already out of date? Vent here and win three games from Bplay!

DataVault updated to 4.2

Sep 24, 2007: 

The BlackBerry’s password-keeper of choice has had a few tweaks.

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