Thanks to d_fischer over at the Forums for the tip. Back in October, we let you know about Idokorro’s BlackBerry Viewer, an app for your desktop that works with the Desktop Manager to show your BlackBerry’s display on your monitor. Originally the trial download was set to expire on February 1, 2007. […]
Archive for January, 2007
Seriously, how did I miss this? I’ve got no issues admitting when I’m wrong, but I’ll still stand strong saying RIM and the BlackBerry need some better efforts. Apparently Canada’s authority on Marketing, publication Marketing Magazine, doesn’t agree as they named Research In Motion as “Marketer of the Year” in 2006, mainly for […]
If you’re a regular BBCool reader, you’ll know that advertising holds a soft spot in my tiny heart. A new project I’d like to assemble is an archive of all advertising that’s BlackBerry-related. If any of you have any scans or items that you could contribute, please email me at steve [at] blackberrycool [dot] […]
A note to remember: our weekend contest runs from one Friday to the next, so there’s no rush to get your entry in over the weekend. I know the name’s a tad confusing and it’ll be changing in the near, near future - but just deal with it for now. Last week we […]
If you’re looking for a straight answer, go straight to the source. That’s what LAN 2 LAN, a leading networking and mobile integration specialist did when they were surveying next generation BlackBerry users in corporate UK, asking what type of application they would like to see most in their future devices. Looks like […]
Thought loosens his tie a little this week with this one. Give it a read and some solid thought. Pun kind of intended, I guess.
It’s Super Bowl week in the US and in honor of all of the marketing hype that this represents, I thought I’d have some fun. I would […]
Yesterday we broke news about BeamBerry Software Suite, a new piece of software from the folks at BeamBerry Solutions that let’s you view, print, and store email attachments on your BlackBerry. There was some question regarding BeamBerry’s legitimacy, so we thought we would highlight a comment made by a member of the BeamBerry team.
As they proved with their election of the Terminator, California is well on it’s way to turning the world on it’s head. A new legislation’s been introduced to help customers tell their carriers to kick rocks and keep their current cell phone, all wrapped in a little something called Senate Bill 158.
The senator is […]
Merci, Engadget. Looks like folks in China are going to have to wait out the arrival of 3G even longer, or so says China’s controlled media system. While manufacturers were looking to cash in on the technology in Q1, they’re going to have to wait even longer than the four years it’s been […]
I’d like the lot of you to take note of a recent post made by BBHub’s head of everything Russell Shaw. There’ve been some reports stemming out over the last few weeks that AOL was planning on shutting down/consolidating some of their smaller niche blogs, and BBHub unfortunately got lumped into that category and […]