BlackBerryCool Roundup for the Week of September 6th

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Welcome back BlackBerry Nation. This week was a little slower in terms of content due to the long weekend but there’s still lots to catch up on. This week we talked about new apps such as Senomix Timesheets, and updated apps such as Poynt. News-wise, Videotron launched a new mobile service for Quebec residents in Canada, taking away a little more businesses from the big three. We also have some editorial content relating to the QNX and DataViz acquisitions. Hit the jump and catch up on this week in BlackBerry.

BlackBerry Torch and BlackBerry 6

BlackBerry 6 Tutorial Videos for the Clamshell Style 9670
New BlackBerry Torch Ad Shows Media Capabilities
Poynt Updated with Better Torch Support and BlackBerry 6 Integration

Apps

Senomix Timesheets App for BlackBerry with Time Tracking Features
Michelin Rolling Out Truck Tires Dealer Locator App for BlackBerry
Free Music, Ringtone and Beat Maker App Spinfuse Available in Beta
IM+ Updated with BlackBerry Torch Support and Web Integration
Salesforce Chatter Coming to BlackBerry By Year End
Deal of the Day: WiFi Media Backup by Chocolate Chunk Apps
PrivacyStar by First Orion Updated to Version 2.0 with Revamped UI and More
Privus Mobile 4.0 Annouces Caller and Text ID with Voice Notifications
GiveMeYourJad Helps Keep Your BlackBerry Apps Managed on Desktop
SilverDust SharePoint Access App Updated with Workflow Support

Themes

Skeper Sketched and Doodled Theme by Hedone Design

News

Save the Date: RIM Q2 Fiscal 2011 Financial Results September 16th
Videotron Mobile Service Launches with Bold 9700 and Pearl 3G
Rogers No Longer Accepting BIS Email Activations via Online Portal
Verizon Deploys Open Source Database Perst Lite for Field Technicians with BlackBerrys

Other

Twitter for BlackBerry Accounts for Around 7% of Total Tweets
A Few Reasons Why RIM Purchased DataViz and Documents To Go
RIM Patents Adaptive Roadside Billboard System Using Crowd Sourced Data
Nielsen: BlackBerry Users Download an Average of 14 Applications
Analysts Claim RIM is Dead but they Underestimate the QNX OS