Monthly Archive for September, 2011Page 2 of 10

Pink Curve 9360 With BlackBerry 7 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is national breast cancer month and it’s just around the corner. To support the cause, TELUS is offering the latest Curve with BlackBerry 7 in pink, and every device purchased will have $25 donated to the cause. More after the break.
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BlackBerry Job App Available for Both Android and BlackBerry Platforms

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There seems to be a convergence happening between the BlackBerry and Android platforms. We’ve seen Android apps on the BlackBerry tablet and we’re pretty sure the same app launcher is coming to smartphones. Even the BlackBerry job tracking app is available for both platforms. More after the break.
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Push a Deal Launches Location-Based Deals Service in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal

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Push a Deal has launched a really cool new service that uses the location of your smartphone to push deals to your device when you enter a geo-fenced area. This is something that apps like Foursquare could really leverage because you only know about deals if you actively go looking for them. Pushing deals based on geo-fencing makes the most sense. More after the jump.
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App Roundup Zombie Edition: BlackBerry, iPhone and Android

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Since Halloween is fast approaching, what better way is there to celebrate the upcoming occasion than filling your smartphone with zombie paraphernalia? This week we’re checking out zombified games and apps for BlackBerry, Android, and iOS. Let’s see what’s hot–or rather, dead cold–on the three major smartphone platforms.
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CFC Announces 2 PlayBook Apps Available for Demo at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche in Toronto

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The Canadian Film Centre has announced that it will have two PlayBook apps available for demo at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche in Toronto. The apps look really cool and one of them is pretty innovative and is in a category of its own called an art app. More after the jump.
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Slacker Radio Adds Facebook Integration and Contest with Trips to Orlando, Vegas and More

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Slacker Radio is probably the most popular music service for BlackBerry and features a huge amount of device coverage along with an enormous library of music. The company has announced a new contest where if you use the Facebook integration feature and promote your music to your Facebook stream, you could win one of their many prizes. More after the break.
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