Comments: 0Thursday, April 16th 2009 - 10:45 CEST
The size of mobile phones has drastically changed over the past few years. After the run of compact mobile phones, when innovation could not produce more in that regard, the functionality of the phone became more important again which is obvious when you see the Blackberry Curve 8900. Full QWERTY keyboards and large touchscreens started appearing on mobile phones due to the advance of the Internet and increasingly more SMS text messages. This appearance, combined with style and less weight, is likely to continue for the time being. • Read our full BlackBerry Curve review.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, March 31st 2009 - 01:10 CEST
Ifbyphone announces its first BlackBerry application - conference calling and voice-broadcast messaging combined in a free download-enhancing the functionality of the popular communications devices from Research In Motion (RIM). “We are thrilled to deliver Ifbyphone for the BlackBerry, giving millions of BlackBerry users a simple and free conference and broadcasting tool,” said Irv Shapiro, CEO of Ifbyphone. “This is the first application of its kind and another example of Ifbyphone’s continued innovation in the wireless space.”
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Comments: 0Friday, February 27th 2009 - 16:27 CET
BlackBerry devices have become today’s solution to stay connected and OtterBox is an ideal solution for keeping these expensive devices protected. With smartphone cases for the Bold, 8700 Series and for the Curve 8350i and the Storm, OtterBox offers unsurpassed protection for all BlackBerry users. “Millions of people are using BlackBerry devices and OtterBox is the solution they need to keep their investment protected,” said Curt Richardson, CEO of OtterBox. “Our BlackBerry cases, which will be on display at CES 2009, are designed to mimic the sleek design of these devices so users don’t have to sacrifice style for security.”
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Comments: 0Thursday, November 20th 2008 - 14:50 CET
T-Mobile Germany and Research In Motion (RIM) launched the BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone. The new BlackBerry Curve 8900 has an expansive feature set that keeps users easily connected with their office, friends and family. In addition to exceptional phone, email, messaging, organizer, web browser and multimedia applications, the new BlackBerry Curve 8900 also features global connectivity support, built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, a fast processor (512Mhz) and a dazzling hi-resolution display, enabling customers to remain productive and entertained while on the go.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 17th 2008 - 09:30 CET
Research in Motion used to aim mainly at the corporate user with the BlackBerry mobile phone, however, private use of Internet and email on a mobile phone is becoming quite common, and the current BlackBerry product portfolio therefore now aims at a broader target group of regular consumers. The latter appreciates design and appearance of their phone whilst the enterprise user tends to go for functionality, which is something the BlackBerry clearly provides, thanks to its perfect synchronization possibilities. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 has obviously taken more than one thing into account. • Read our full BlackBerry Bold review.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, November 12th 2008 - 19:14 CET
Verizon Wireless, Vodafone Group and Research In Motion announced that the BlackBerry Storm mobile phone will be available later this fall, exclusively to Verizon Wireless customers in the United States and Vodafone customers in Europe, India, Australia and New Zealand. Designed to satisfy the needs of both consumers and business customers, the BlackBerry Storm smartphone combines the powerful communications features, global connectivity and personal productivity advantages of the BlackBerry platform with a revolutionary touch-screen technology that dramatically enhances the touch interface and enables easy and precise typing.
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Comments: 0Monday, October 27th 2008 - 15:00 CET
Mobile phones are used for business purposes more and more often. A growing group of consumers carries a business model in addition to their personal mobile phone. The requirements for business devices are usually more complicated than those for regular handsets. The 'on the road' aspect is gradually becoming more important. This requires mobile internet among other things, and a correct synchronization. There are various models of different brands available, however, BlackBerry is considered to be the leader in this field. Thanks to the extensive compatibility and the fact that BlackBerry specializes in business use.• Read our full BlackBerry Pearl review.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 16th 2008 - 18:02 CEST
Sprint customers seeking the benefits of push-to-talk services and the power of BlackBerry smartphones will have a new version of the coveted combo available later this year. Sprint and Research In Motion (RIM) announced plans to deliver the BlackBerry Curve 8350i - the newest Nextel Direct Connect-capable BlackBerry smartphone - by the end of 2008. The BlackBerry Curve 8350i will be the latest BlackBerry smartphone to utilize iDEN technology and feature Nextel Direct Connect, the only national push-to-talk service in the industry to offer sub-second call setup and connection to the largest push-to-talk community with millions of users and integrated business solutions, including one of the largest selections of GPS-enabled solutions.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 16th 2008 - 18:01 CEST
TiVo, creator of television services for digital video recorders, and Research In Motion (RIM) announced a partnership to bring customized TiVo services to the BlackBerry wireless platform. The new relationship brings TiVo and RIM together to develop a variety of mobile entertainment services that marry RIM's leading BlackBerry smartphones with the content delivered to consumers through the Emmy-winning TiVo service. Initially, BlackBerry smartphone users will gain the convenience of being able to discover what shows are on and schedule television recordings while away from the living room and on the go. Future collaboration between the companies will focus on software applications that further simplify mobile access to video content.
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Comments: 0Friday, September 12th 2008 - 16:26 CEST
Research In Motion (RIM) unveiled the BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 smartphone, the first BlackBerry phone to come in the popular flip form factor. The new BlackBerry Pearl Flip provides flip phone fans with all the power of a BlackBerry smartphone in a fun and familiar design. One quick flip of the handset opens up a world of possibilities with the industry’s leading mobile messaging solution and a wide range of impressive Internet and multimedia capabilities, all in one powerful yet approachable smartphone. You can send a message to your friends or family, make a call, browse the web, snap a picture, watch a video or listen to your favorite song. It’s all in your control with a simple flip.
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