The BlackBerry 8800 is now live on the Cingular (morphin' to AT&T) web site.
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The BlackBerry site doesn't exactly make the demo of the new 8800 easy to find. So I've decided to dive in and find it for you.
Just back from a mini-vacation (about all I have time for these days) to a rainy and windswept beach on the Pacific Coast of Washington State.Because it was a vacation, I tried to live differently than during the workweek, when I must syncopate my efforts to the clock.
Not surprising considering the BlackBerry 8800 was announced this week and will go on sale Wednesday February 21, the BlackBerry Technical Knowledge Center has just posted the BlackBerry 8800 Getting Started Guide. Available for download from this URL, this GSG contains the following sections: Welcome to BlackBerry!
Yesterday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office website posted a new Patent application by BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion that would ease transfer of content between a BlackBerry and another portable device in a vehicle.
This morning, Research In Motion's Official BlackBerry Store introduced their BlackBerry 8800 section.Chargers, holsters, earbuds, even battery doors are available for sale.
I promised you a BlackBerry 8800 spec sheet.One for the Cingular-AT&T flavor of this new device, which will be available for sale on February 21.
The Italian cell phone website Cellular Magazine has just posted a two-minute demonstration of the newly released BlackBerry 8800 on YouTube.You can get to it here.
The BlackBerry8800 site is now live. The home page, which you see up top, is quite graphics-intensive.