Monthly Archive for August, 2011Page 2 of 14

Rogers LTE Network Set To Launch in Toronto September 28th

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Rogers has been rolling out its LTE network beginning with Ottawa and now Toronto. LTE devices are theoretically capable of 75Mbps download speeds, although typical user experiences put the actual download speeds somewhere between 12 and 15 Mbps. Click through to continue reading.
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Password Breaker Gives Access to BlackBerry Wallet and Password Keeper

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ElcomSoft has announced that the latest update to its Password Breaker software can access the BlackBerry Wallet and Password Keeper applications’ master password, providing investigators or government officials full access to stored login credentials and passwords in plain-text. Click through to read more.
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IBM Launches Cross-Platform IBM Connections Apps for Enterprise Social Media

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IBM Connections is enterprise-grade social software that lets you build a network of colleagues and experts, and then leverage that network to reach internal goals. It’s an interesting initiative that should be of value to people in very large organizations. Click through to read more.
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RIM Opposes Apple’s Trademark Filing for “WebKit” in Canada

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RIM has filed an official opposing action against Apple’s trademark filing for “WebKit” in Canada. Currently, WebKit is an open source project, but the term “Webkit” seems to be first used by Apple as far as we can tell. It’s not clear on what grounds RIM is going to defend the trademark filing and we’ll have to wait for the official documents. Continue reading after the break.
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WEBINAR: Making Enterprise Grade Security Easy in Mobile App Development

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RIM and Pyxis Mobile are hosting a webinar on security issues in mobile apps on August 31 at 1pm EDT. The webinar will touch on a few subjects including an overview of BlackBerry 7 devices and the QNX OS. Below is some additional information.
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All BlackBerry Ads Should Be Made in South Korea

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The latest BlackBerry Torch ad has aired in Korea and it reminds us of a lot of the other smartphone ads in Korea. The ads have a certain look to them with something we just can’t put our finger on. Can you figure out what all these smartphone ads have in common? Why don’t ours seem this good? We can’t figure it out…
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