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BlackBerry Cool podcast now online!

The very first episode of the BlackBerry Cool podcast is now online. To subscribe, open your iTunes and under the “Advanced” menu, click “Subscribe to Podcast” and enter this address: . Find out who won USGlobalSat’s Bluetooth GPS Puck and listen to me and fellow BBCool Editor Douglas Soltys weigh in on the big BlackBerry news for the past two weeks. We’re looking forward to doing this every couple weeks - hope you’re all OK with that.

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7 Responses to “BlackBerry Cool podcast now online!”

  1. Michael R
    February 11th, 2007 14:06

    That is so sweet, cant wait to hear it!

  2. connie
    February 11th, 2007 15:29

    what is podcast? is that on your phone? how do you listen?

  3. Krad
    February 11th, 2007 20:32

    I never listened to a podcast before.

    What i did was view the source code on the link and got this…

    I then downloaded that to my pc and used windows media player to listen to it.

    Podcast was great.

    btw the site sounds like…

    the last part sounds like adesk..or uh desk…
    kr adesk
    change the k
    you have

  4. BlackBerryCool » BlackBerry 8800 marketing thoughts
    February 12th, 2007 09:32

    […] Well, folks. We talked a lot about marketing of the 8800 last week, especially leading up to the cconclusion of our GPS puck giveaway where we asked how you would market the new device (did you find out who won by listening to the podcast?). So I thought I’d take a quick second to give my initial thoughts on the roll-out of the 8800 thus far, and ask for the same from all of you (as is usually the case around here). […]

  5. BlackBerryCool » “Indigo” to be a mood-changer
    February 12th, 2007 11:50

    […] As I mentioned in our podcast, last week I was contacted by’s Priya Ganapati regarding the 8800’s release date. Well, looks like she’s got the piece online, just as the official word dropped last night. She’s calling the 8800 (well, she’s calling it the “Indigo”) a mood-changer, and that this device will finally get RIM out of the $128-$137 price range it’s been sitting at on the market. “Indigo is an important evolution because it offers refinements that make it probably more attractive to business users who also want a device to suit their personal needs,” says Michael Abramsky, an analyst with RBC Capital Markets. […]

  6. Michael R
    February 12th, 2007 12:07

    I must say, very entertaining and informative. Well done.

  7. BlackBerryCool » BBCool Podcast episode 2 now online
    February 27th, 2007 11:41

    […] What? You missed the first one? Unacceptable. Well, now we’re alerting you to the second episode of the BlackBerry Cool podcast, so there’s no excuses this time around. Listen as BlackBerry Cool co-editor Douglas Soltys and I sit and banter back and forth about the release of the BlackBerry 8800, talk about new devices on their way, let our thoughts out about email addiction, with some solid quips mixed in for good measure. […]

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