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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Studio Service Pack Update Now Available

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RIM’s mobile device management suite BlackBerry Mobile Fusion got treated to a service pack update. The update includes support for iPhone 5, streamlines error messages and more.
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India’s Telecom Minister Considers Data-Based Mobile Billing

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While mobile carriers around the world continue to charge ultra-premium rates for SMS and voice data, India considers the advantages of making all mobile data neutral. Is this the beginning of the end for wildly inflated data rates and tiered mobile internet?
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Make Animated GIFs on your BlackBerry Free With BibbyCam

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Making animated GIF images free on your BlackBerry is what the BibbyCam app is all about. BibbyCam combines up to 8 photos to make short and fun animated movies.
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Facebook for BlackBerry Updated to Version 3.2

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RIM has updated their first party Facebook app today. The new version 3.2 sports some fresh UI with a new navigation grid.
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Canadian Carrier Rogers Plans to Expand LTE Network to Cover 60% of Population

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Rogers Communications has announced the expansion of their LTE network to cover a whole lot more of Canada’s population by the end of 2012. Starting October 1st they’ll be rolling out new infrastructure in key Canadian cities.
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Data Usage Demystified: Free Network Traffic Control for BlackBerry

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The BlackBerry platform has always been good about sipping data. If you’re ever curious about how much data you’re putting through you phone, give Network Traffic Control by S4BB a try for free.
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