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BIS 3.2 Update Rumored to Hit Americas Weekend of October 16th


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BIS 3.2 is available in Asia Pacific and the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) and rumor has it that the update will hit the Americas (North and South), during the weekend of October 16th. The update will include:

  • Google Mail Calendar Synchronization – Subscribers can perform two-way synchronization of Google calendar entries and entries in the calendar application on the BlackBerry smartphone.
  • Automatic Login Enhancements – The automatic login feature is now available to more subscribers. Subscribers who use a user name and password to access their BlackBerry Internet Service accounts no longer have to type their user name and password on their smartphones to manage their email addresses.
  • Show and Hide Password Option – Subscribers can choose to show or hide the passwords for all email addresses that need to be validated by clicking the Show password or Hide password options.
  • New Password Criteria – Newly created passwords for BlackBerry Internet Service accounts and BlackBerry email addresses must meet new criteria.
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    Happy Independence Day from BlackBerry Cool


    flag-fireworksWith ID4 just around the corner, it’s time to beef up your device. Celebrating freedom and liberty with the maximum amount of partiotware for your BlackBerry.

    Handmark Fireworks is a simple free application, showing sequences of fireworks flying and exploding into the air. Perfect for Independence Day as 4th of July is traditionally a time for fireworks and celebrations in the USA. Handmark Fireworks features a selection of patriotic backgrounds including the Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore and the Stars and Stripes!

    Captain America would approve of Bplay’s Stars and Stripes Theme, and would be compelled to stand and salute upon hearing your American national anthem ringtone.

    Dick Cheney now uses a BlackBerry and he can drive too



    Love him or hate him, Dick Cheney is now a BlackBerry user. After spending 8 years as Vice President of the United States of America, he can now get push email and check his Twitter updates any time he wants. Cheney uses his BlackBerry a lot for getting the latest updates and information – “I follow a lot of issues,” Cheney said.

    Cheney is also driving now. “Driving myself now,” Cheney said. “Secret Service follows me around, but they now let me drive myself.”