Blackberry just announced the Curve 8300
It looks like the 8800 got a facelift.
We often say Beauty and Brains don’t get along but the tagline for this phone seems like Brains and Beauty
- 2 Megapixel Camera
- Stereo Bluetooth
- 3.5mm Headset jack
- Improved Media Manager
- microSD expansion
- 15.5 mm thickness
Blackberry Curve 8300
There were some pictures circulating on the internet about this one earlier.
T-Mobile has confirmed the rumors. The BlackBerry Pearl is not Black- only anymore.
Its functionally identical to the Black one. 150 USD is the pricing for a 2 year service agreement
Expect Google to get into anything that has to do with the Internet.And if the Internet gets onto the Mobile, Google would follow suit and develop applications for your cell phone.
Expect Google to get into anything that has to do with the Internet! And if the Internet gets onto the Mobile, Google would follow suit and develop applications for your cell phone.
Google has announced that it is expanding its services to the BlackBerry platform. Available immediately, Google Local for mobile can be downloaded for free, and will provide BlackBerry users with maps and satellite imagery as well as the ability to receive driving directions and locate addresses.
Due this spring, Google Talk will also be provided for free, and will enable BlackBerry users to chat and keep up with their contacts via the Google Talk instant messaging system. Google Talk requires a free Gmail e-mail account.
Of course both applications require that you have a data service subscription on your BlackBerry device, for which most providers charge.
RIM the company which manufactures the popular Blackberry devices is under a severe legal crisis. RIM is facing a patent infringement case filed by NT
Research In Motion Ltd., the company which manufactures the popular Blackberry devices is under a severe legal crisis. RIM is facing a patent infringement case filed by NTP Inc. This despite RIM’s public assurances that it had signed a 450 million dollar deal that would end the legal battle. Things are so bad that Blackberry sales could be halted by the court unless RIM can satisfy the demands of the small patent holding firm. RIM faces an injunction that could leave its 3.65 million U.S. customers without service unless the company settles its patent-infringement case with NTP Inc.
The company has met privately with some of its customers to reassure them that the service will not shut down and that a settlement is far likelier. But in public, RIM has said very little — in deference to the legal process, the company said. The company is rapidly loosing brand equity with consumers since then – the company remains silent on answering even the most basic questions to the general public (customers). Although RIM has not talked to the media or made public statements, it has met with some major customers and resellers privately, according to Guibert. Some customers said RIM assured them service will continue to operate and that a settlement is likelier than a shutdown. Northwest Airlines, a heavy corporate user of BlackBerrys, met with RIM last week. “We were satisfied with the information provided by RIM,” the company said in an e-mailed statement. “As far as contingency plans, we have identified alternative suppliers of similar service.”