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Animated Christmas BlackBerry theme on sale

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021Systems have a fun animated BlackBerry theme in the BlackBerry Cool Store. The coolest part of this theme is that you can control the animated snow in the background, and when you lock your device Santa flies across the screen on his sled.

The Magic Xmas Theme is on sale for $4.99 (regularly $8.99).

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Free XMASS StillScreen from DreamTheme plus discounts

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The holidays are fast approaching and DreamTheme are giving away their Christmas StillScreen to help you decorate your BlackBerry with seasonal style.

To get your free Christmas StillScreen, visit the DreamTheme site from your desktop and enter the code “ENJOY” at checkout to get 100% off. Use code “BBCOOL1” if you want an additional 15% off of any of their other themed personalization products including:

  • PrimeThemes: Classic Themes for your BlackBerry including over 50 icons, and three backgrounds.
  • LiveScreens: Replacements for you BlackBerry homescreen featuring customizable icons, quick launches, drop down menus, hotkeys, custom backgrounds, layouts and more.
  • DreamTones: Each pack contains over 22 professionally produced tones from world-class studios.
  • StillScreens: A series of grand, uplifting background screens to embellish your BlackBerry and your day.

Note: DreamTheme does not currently fully support OS 5.0 but they say that they will soon and timing is “days, not weeks away.”

Happy Holidays from BlackBerry Cool!

Free job postings at BlackBerry Jobs

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BBCoolYou might have noticed that little yellow section on our right sidebar listing BlackBerry-related jobs every once in awhile. Well, we’re looking to seriously ramp it up and get all the BlackBerry professionals out there set, both those looking to hire and to be hired. So, we’re opening up free job posting until the end of March. Just enter the code BBSPECIAL at checkout and your job posting will be up there on BlackBerryJobs.com and our weekly newsletter for 30 days, no charge. If you find anything especially wrong with the process, please let us know at help at blackberryjobs dot com to get it all ironed out.

BlackBerry-controlled Christmas lights

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Calico CrescentThis is too cool. Some folks right here in Ottawa have networked their Christmas lights together so that not only do they work together to make patterns, but they’ve made it web-accessible so that folks online can change the lighting scheme. The best part? They’ve designed it to work with the BlackBerry browser so you can change the lightning mode right from your handheld. On top of that, the software uses XML tags which allow anyone else in the world to sync up with the project. Effing amazing. We’re gonna swing by soon and get you guys some more footage of Calico Crescent in action.

Video behind the jump!

Shout Postcard expands to Pearl

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PostcardMe Inc.’s postcard-sending service, Shout Postcard, launched its beta last month on the Curve, and is now available for Pearl. With Christmas right around the corner, this is great timing, since it allows you to send quick, personal, spur-of-the-moment postcards using sound recording and pictures taken with your BlackBerry. This way you could send thank you cards to distant relatives who might have shipped a present in, or last minute best wishes to folks you had forgotten in the all the holiday hubbub.

The BlackBerry Cool Wishlist

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TreeChristmastime is rapidly approaching, and maybe that special BlackBerry-user in your life hasn’t been bought for just yet. Well, there’s still time and BBCool’s here to help you find something you know they’ll use and love. We’ve compiled a little wish-list of stuff we would personally like to see under the tree – presents we’re so sure of that we’re knocking 10% off all in-store items marked with asterix – just enter the coupon code BBHOLIDAY for your discount. I know, we’re giving y’all presents early again, but we just can’t help it.

Check the BBCool Wishlist behind the jump!