There’s still ho’s and hum’s about the release of Cingular’s 8100. Thankfully Engadget Mobile was able to point us to an image of the Cingular-branded Pearl. The noticeables are obviously the name-branding, but check out the new colouring. It’s only been a couple of months and already the Pearl’s going grey. […]
Archive for October, 2006
Happy now? One of the industry leaders in connectivity solutions, Information Appliance Associates, has put together a little bit of goodness with pearlTunes, the “first ever tool to automatically copy & convert unlicensed music from Apple iTunes”. Unliscened music, eh? Well, it’s a start.
“pearlTunes copies MP3s and other unprotected digital music from […]
I was hoping there’d be ridiculous postings today of people dressing up like BlackBerrys and BlueTooth headsets for trick or treating, but alas, the inbox remains pictureless (the day’s young, though).
But Rogers got some folks into the holiday spirit with their annual Halloween Writing Contest, inviting kids to complete a story that’s first […]
We cater to all sorts of demographics and psychographics around here, and what better day than Hallowe’en to talk about new Bible-related releases from Olive Tree. The press release notes three new Christian eBooks are parting the sea and making their way to your from acclaimed author John Piper. In time for the […]
No, that’s not a typo. It’s my clever attempt at being… clever. Maximum Soft Corp. (potential slogan: “Now that’s really soft.”) has just rolled out a new RSS reader that’ll copy your choice news stories right to your palm (not THAT palm).
NewsCopier, compatible with all current BlackBerry devices, takes the latest […]
It’s that time of the year. What does that even mean? Football? World Series? Hallowe’en? In our case, it means for a lot less candy and a lot more third quarter results. Rogers, the Canadian carrier of all things BlackBerry, has reported a solid third quarter, boasting a $2.35 […]
Pardon the massive alliteration in the title. Tele Atlas - you know, the kind people who’re provided you with BlackBerry Maps - are reporting a third quarter revenue of $65 million, a 29% increase from this time last year. With BlackBerry Maps becoming an essential part of your devices these days, it wouldn’t […]
While I’m sure they’re not bathing in money, Verizon seems to have fared pretty well, or so it seems in the reports that surround their 3Q results. The current carrier of BlackBerrys 7250, 7130e, and 8703e reports their “third-quarter 2006 earnings were $2.0 billion, or 68 cents per share. This is an increase […]
Few authors become the voice of a generation. Douglas Coupland’s not just the voice of a generation, he created the generation. The author of “Generation X”, the book that coined the term, as well as other pop-culture mainstays “Microserfs” and “All Families Are Psychotic” (amongst other works) has been busy promoting his latest […]
Research in Motion has been dealing with a lot lately. They’ve got all of these new devices breathing hot air on the back of their necks, and now the SEC is taking charge of an inquiry regarding RIM’s stock option issues. This article is even saying it’s “becoming the most pervasive corporate scandal […]