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Built for BlackBerry software download site debuts

Built for BlackBerry software download site debuts

 BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion has just debuted a Built for BlackBerry website.The site offers six sections with trial downloads and purchase options for News, Sports, Travel & Weather, Games & Entertainment, Lifestyle, and Navigation & Mapping mostly third-party BlackBerry compliant software.

published September 12, 2007 by

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BlackBerry 8820 now on Amazon for $199

BlackBerry 8820 now on Amazon for $199

 The much-anticipated BlackBerry 8820, which has some improved email capabilities over its immediate 8800 ancestor, is now available on Amazon for $199.Of course you need a new AT&T Mobility two-year contract, and two to four weeks of patience.

published September 10, 2007 by

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T-Mobile BlackBerry email slow, users say

T-Mobile BlackBerry email slow, users say

I realize that while my hometown of Portland, Oregon is not the center of the universe, we have some quite digitally aware folks.One of them, Alex Williams, has just Twittered that he's just spoken to T-Mobile, and yes, there are some BlackBerry e-mail delays in the Portland area.

published September 7, 2007 by

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It's Official: BlackBerry Curve 8310 on Rogers

It's Official: BlackBerry Curve 8310 on Rogers

Just a few minutes ago, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion confirmed reports that Canada-based Rogers was putting the BlackBerry Curve 8310 in play.Starting next Tuesday, September 11, the BlackBerry 8310 will be available from Rogers Wirelessfor $299.

published September 6, 2007 by

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Five tips for a healthy BlackBerry Enterprise Server environment

Five tips for a healthy BlackBerry Enterprise Server environment

Ahmed Datoo of BlackBerry troubleshooting solutions provider Zenprise sends along some BlackBerry Enterprise Server management best practices:Five Tips To Ensure A Healthy BES Environment:Ensure you have enough Exchange server capacity. Every BlackBerry user added to your environment can generate a fair amount of load on your Exchange server.

published August 29, 2007 by

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