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The BlackBerry Beat
Russell Shaw's blog keeps fiercely loyal BlackBerry users up to speed on new models, technologies, carrier promotions, tips and tricks, and relevant corporate news.
A BlackBerry Patent application just published this morning describes how BlackBerrys could be enabled to pre-select the best punctuation mark for a block of text.The Patent app is entitled, Handheld electronic device including automatic preferred selection of a punctuation, and associated method.
The old Apple Newton handheld lived and died before BlackBerry was even born.But if reports first posted on Apple Insider are accurate (and the site usually is), we are going to see an Apple Newton sometime in the first part of 2008.
Pinstack is reporting another BlackBerry email outage. Apparently, the issue is traceable to BlackBerry's Network Operations Center, not to carriers.
T-Mobile USA and BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion formally announced the Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry Curve 8320.The device, which is available in titanium and pale gold, supports T-Mobile's HotSpot @ Home for nationwide calling.
True story. I'm on line at the convenience store yesterday, buying soft drinks, a paper, and a banana.
A BlackBerry Patent application just published this morning describes technology that would enable switching from handset mode to speaker mode without pushing a button on a BlackBerry device.The application is entitled, System and methods for adaptively switching a mobile device's mode of operation.
After weeks of anticipation, Gizmo Project is finally out with a BlackBerry-compatible version of its new Gizmo for Mobile Beta.After you go to www.
CNET colleague Bonnie Cha is out with a new review of the BlackBerry 8820.Shipping today, the device gets an 8.
On PDAstreet, my old BlackBerry blogger colleague Melissa Oxendale posts a T-Mobile BlackBerry 8320 spec sheet originally posted by BlackBerry user community/message board Pinstack.Rather than ramble on, I thought I would just show you the specs.
Pretty much as everyone predicted, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion and AT&T Mobility formally introduced the BlackBerry 8820 today.Availability for the Wi-Fi enabled device will begin tomnorrow, September 20.
Gregory Jackson, who is a Member of the Yahoo! BlackBerry Users' Group, has just posted this note he has received today from AT&T Mobility announcing a widespread BlackBerry address change from Cingular to AT&TAt AT&T, your business is important to us as we continue our efforts to raise the bar and enhance your service.
According to this chart adapted and P-shop stitched from a Boy Genius Report posting, ATT is revving up the rebate machine for several BlackBerrys.To save your eyes from squinting, the rebates will be $100 on the ATT flavors of BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Curve 8320, and $50 on the BlackBerry 8700c, BlackBerry 8800, BlackBerry 8820 and BlackBerry Pearl.
I'm about ready to swap out my old Nextel BlackBerry 7520 for a newer and snazzier Sprint model.There are some choices, including the BlackBerry 8703 and the BlackBerry 8830 World Phone.
Karl at BrokeIt.com has gotten hold of some comparison charts contrasting the BlackBerry 8320 with other models.
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- 3 BlackBerry Curve now live on AT&T site
- 4 BlackBerry patent app describes Bluetooth headsets with less interference vulnerability
- 5 Chiropractors: BlackBerry can be a pain in the neck