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SOTI Pocket Controller Pro – A 10 in 1 Desktop Tool for BlackBerry

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SOTI Pocket Controller

There’s a new app in our store that looks like a really awesome new desktop tool for your BlackBerry. The app gives you an incredible amount of control over your device from your desktop, including the ability to BBM from your PC. With your keyboard and mouse, SOTI Pocket Controller gives you 10 products in 1 including:

1. Real-Time Remote Control (e.g. BBM from your Desktop)
2. Presentation Tools
3. Training Tools
4. File Synchronization
5. Service Book Support
6. Explore Tool
7. Task List
8. System Information
9. Screen/Video Capture
10. Printing

Each of these tools has its own feature set and together it all makes for a very powerful solution. Head over to the store and learn about each of these tools including in the SOTI Pocket Controller Pro solution.

Learn about SOTI Pocket Controller Pro solution for BlackBerry for OS 4.6 and 4.7 at this link.
Learn about SOTI Pocket Controller Pro solution for BlackBerry OS 5.0 and above at this link.

BlackBerry Webkit Browser Leaks Blocked by Service Providers

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Leaks of BlackBerry devices running the latest OS 6 have been popping up a lot recently but none of them have had the latest Webkit browser. We have also seen some OS 6 hybrids circulating that also haven’t included the latest browser. The reason is that it is completely controlled by your service books, and these devices haven’t had the latest browser pushed to them.

It seems that there isn’t much of a difference when it comes to the java files. After taking apart the BlackBerry Clamshell 9670 OS 6.0.0.31, it seems to be missing the net_rim_bb_browser_rendering_lib COD file. In the end, even if OS 6 were to get leaked to the masses, it wouldn’t have the Webkit browser because it would have to be activated by the service provider.

RIM has obviously wised-up to the fact that these devices are available in the wild, and have used the service books to deactivate the Webkit browser on all but a very select and private group of devices. The OS 6 BlackBerrys we are seeing leaked are not the select group of devices with Webkit enabled.

BlackBerry service books for AIM and ICQ now on AT&T

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Finally, AT&T is releasing the service books to run native AIM and ICQ clients on BlackBerry. If you’re an IM fiend, I suggest heading over to mobile.blackberry.com and downloading both apps. The clients are working smoothly with the BlackBerry OS and they compliment GTalk and Windows Live Messenger, making you and your device the ultimate IM machine.

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