Archive for August, 2008

Wi-Fi Curve, Pearl come to South Africa

Aug 26, 2008: 

The BlackBerry 8320 and BlackBerry 8120 hit up MTN to join their GPS-flavoured buddies.

Nokia still rocks the mobile browser roost

Aug 26, 2008: 

BlackBerry still plays a small role in the global mobile browsing scheme, but there’s hope yet.

Free service offering enterprise network security by phone

Aug 25, 2008: 

Log-in, answer your phone, hit pound, and be doubly-authenticated for super-secure awesomeness from PhoneFactor.

Now access financial data via BlackBerry through QuickBooks

Aug 25, 2008: 

Intuit’s QuickBooks can now let you review balances, profit and loss reports, bank account contact lists and more.

Google offers mobile access to US elections info

Aug 25, 2008: 

Google’s put out a lightweight mobile site for quick access to Obama and McCain info.

Australian BlackBerry Bold enterprise rollout delayed by software issues

Aug 25, 2008: 

Telstra’s slowing down its enterprise Bold rollout until a software upgrade due in September.

Blast from the past: Broadcasting association sought ban on wireless data

Aug 25, 2008: 

The National Association of Broadcasters sought to ban data use over cell networks back in 1991, and it looks like they’re sticking to their guns.

Super Mario Brothers 3 theme for BlackBerry

Aug 25, 2008: 

This theme for the BlackBerry Pearl, BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry 8800 is straight out of the video game!

“Nevermind the BlackBerry Bold, Kickstart’s where it’s at”: Analyst

Aug 25, 2008: 

The BlackBerry Bold versus iPhone 3G is old hat, according to RBC’s Mike Abramsky - Apple and RIM should really be looking at Nokia and Motorola.

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