Before we embark on another week of BlackBerry, here’s a roundup of news you may have missed from last week. The biggest news is that BlackBerry clamshell Style 9670 launched last week and we’ll have a review for you shortly. Other than that, we’ve got some cool PlayBook announcements for developers as well as a long list of awesome apps to try out. Hit the jump and check out the links.
BlackBerry 6, Torch and Style
RIM and Sprint Introduce the Clamshell BlackBerry Style 9670
BlackBerry Style 9670 Official Video Up on YouTube
Jim Balsille Demos the PlayBook and Announces Torch and App World 2.0
Solid YouTube Video Review of the BlackBerry Bold 9780
BlackBerry Protect Now Available for the Torch 9800
BlackBerry Bold 9780 Demo at South Africa Innovation Forum Tomorrow
No Plants vs Zombies for BlackBerry? PopCap Games Says BlackBerry Not on Their Radar
Hacker Halted Conference – BlackBerry Proof of Concept: Malicious Applications
Jim Balsillie Shoots Back at Apple CEO Steve Jobs About PlayBook and Tablets
BlackBerry App World Desktop Commerce Now Live!
BlackBerry PlayBook Admin Screen Proves QNX Software Isn’t Ready?
More Takeover Rumors: Cisco Could Buy Research in Motion?
RIM Officially Announces BlackBerry App World Desktop Storefront
Nexage Sets Bar for RIM Ad SDK with Ad-Supported Apps Getting 95%+ Fill Rate
BlackBerry Curve 8530 OS 184.108.40.2063 Update from Sprint
Hootsuite for BlackBerry Now Available as Public Beta
Shopper’s Paradise Game Now the Deal-of-the-Day
Allstate Launches Tag In Service to Connect Family, Friends and Colleagues
Streaming Video and Audio Channels From YesterBerry Web App
Sccope Price Comparison App Now Free in App World for Limited Time
LinkedIn App for BlackBerry Now Available for Torch and OS 6 Devices
Magmic Updates THK Live Beta in App World with Torch Support
Facebook for BlackBerry v1.9 with Friend Search Available in Beta Zone
Emacberry.com App Updates: LittleBrother, GPSiesConnect and Iconify
Developer Tip: Transfer RIM Signing Keys to a Mac
Drake Writes His Lyrics Exclusively on a BlackBerry
Poll: Have You Ever Used Location to Find a Lost or Stolen Device?
AppWorldReport.com Gives Developers More Insight for App World Apps
Dear BlackBerryCool: Air Canada App Advertised on Torch with No Torch Support