Archive for April, 2008

BlackBerry 9000 battery A-O-K

Apr 25, 2008: 

2 hours of web browsing over Wi-Fi isn’t great, but a spokesperson has gone on the record to say power management protocols aren’t set up on prototypes.

Remember The Milk offers BlackBerry syncing

Apr 25, 2008: 

Remember The Milk is a web based service offering easy, customizable to-do lists, and their MilkSync apps allows you to sync it up with your BlackBerry tasks.

BlackBerrys stolen at summit meeting

Apr 25, 2008: 

A Mexican attaché was caught on tape stealing BlackBerrys at a summit meeting for U.S., Canadian, and Mexican delegations.

WES Exhibitor Spotlight: Mark/Space

Apr 25, 2008: 

If you’re a Mac user and you need something with a few more features than PocketMac, you might want to give a look to Mark/Space’s The Missing Sync for Blackberry.

AT&T releases BlackBerry Pearl 8110

Apr 24, 2008: 

$149.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate, and available in red and titanium.

WES registration is closing May 9th!

Apr 24, 2008: 

And it’s only $1,899, compared to $1,999 at the door if you don’t register before then!

Alarms Pro launched

Apr 23, 2008: 

If you need reminders more often than the average bear, Alarms Pro looks like a fine new app to check out.

DoT warns against Tata BlackBerry rollout

Apr 23, 2008: 

Clearly the Indian carrier is getting antsy. A government surveillance solution is in place, but Tata can’t launch BlackBerry services until it’s in place.

Microsoft launches voice-activated search

Apr 23, 2008: 

TellMe not only recognizes voice commands for weather, sports, and local business search, but uses GPS to keep results relevant to your location.

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