Tag(s) Archive: carriers

The BlackBerry Cool Podcast: Boy Genius Interviewed (Pt. 2)

Sep 26, 2007: 

BlackBerry Cool’s Doug Soltys finishes his interview with the Boy Genius, talking about advertisers, carriers, manufacturers and everything in between.

RIM’s testing partner expands facilities

Sep 21, 2007: 

Metrico handles some of RIM’s testing using incredibly humanlike skulls, complete with simulated brain matter. Ewwwww.

T-Mobile acquires SunCom

Sep 18, 2007: 

T-Mobile makes off with an extra 1.1 million customers by acquiring SunCom for $1.6 billion.

NTP to sue American carriers

Sep 12, 2007: 

The patent-holding firm NTP is done with RIM and Palm - now they’re going after the big boys.

AT&T’s BlackBerry 8820 on the way to stores

Sep 04, 2007: 

AT&T’s soft launch has purportedly begun, allowing BlackBerry 8820s to take the place of 8800s on shelves.

Weekly Contest: Should RIM follow Nokia’s lead?

Aug 31, 2007: 

Palm’s shown RIM what not to do, but maybe Nokia can show them the right way for a smartphone manufacturer to do business. Give us your thoughts and win 3 ringtones from Bplay!

RIM and AT&T are negotiating a deal to leave the BlackBerry 8820 un-neutered; the Internet wins

Aug 29, 2007: 

RIM and AT&T are in the works to de-neuter the BlackBerry 8820, and it’s all thanks to you guys!

New Sprint ads for the discriminating multibillionaire

Aug 27, 2007: 

$10.5 million is small potatoes for the service of a BlackBerry 8830, plus the limited-time private island offer is a nice extra. Well, says Sprint. YouTube’s down right now, but for whenever it gets back up…

Sprint’s BlackBerry Pearl 2 aimed for Thanksgiving?

Aug 27, 2007: 

A BlackBerry Pearl 2, or one of its elusive cousins, may be coming to our doorsteps this November.