One of the big complaints about the BlackBerry when compared to other smartphones is that a lot of the applications that run on the BlackBerry seem outdated and less sophisticated when compared those that run on devices like the iPhone and those running WebOS or Android. To make a long story short, the complaints are fairly valid and much of the issue is because of the way that the BlackBerry utilizes memory.
Archives for January 2010
I’ll be honest with you… Although the iPhone is not the smartphone for me, I’m a huge fan of Apple. I love the Mac. There are at least 7 iPods in my house at the moment. I’m even seriously contemplating making my next laptop a MacBook. That being said, I was really hoping that the iPad would have been a device that I would just have to go out and get day one. Needless to say, I was sadly disappointed.
The iPad is nothing more than an iMiss
In my opinion, the iPad is nothing more than an iMiss. There are so many reasons why the iPad misses the mark, but, for the sake of brevity, I am going to just rattle off 10…
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There is a new version of Loopt for the BlackBerry out with some pretty cool new features… My favorite being the ability to launch Loopt directly from your contacts. The map is also its own tab now, making it easier to locate your friends.
Beginning Feb. 15th, T0Mobile is launching a Free BlackBerry Trackball Replacement program where any BlackBerry Pearl 8100/8120 or BlackBerry Curve 8320 users experience issues with their trackball on devices purchase from T-Mobile can take their device into a T-Mobile store and have their trackball replaced for free.
As many of you older trackball bearing BlackBerry users know, these things get gummed up over time, especially if you tend to carry your device around in your pocket or purse. Our hats go off to T-Mobile for offering this service.
The Cellular Guru, the first one to leak pictures of the BlackBerry Magnum, RIM’s first Touch screen BlackBerry with a full QWERTY keyboard, has posted a hands on video of the BlackBerry Magnum.
(I still want a BlackBerry Slider)
The 4th episode of the Simple Mobile Review Podcast is up. Needless to say, we do a lot of talking about the iPad…
Save 50% Off Our 10 Best Selling BlackBerry Games
Git Your Game On BlackBerry Users! Jan. 28th (today) through Jan. 30th save 50% off our 10 best selling BlackBerry games.
Earlier today, Research in Motion said on the official BlackBerry Facebook page, “BlackBerry Tour 9650 coming soon. The update was promptly pulled from the site, but, not before at least 189 people “Liked” the comment and 72 people replied to it.
It doesn’t look like the 9650 will be called the BlackBerry Tour2 after all…
BlackBerry Developer extraordinaire , Fabian Heuwieser, creator of some of the top selling BlackBerry applications, like LaterDude Pro and VibeandRing, is offering all his BlackBerry applications for 30% off the regular price.
All you have to do is enter in promotion code newyear123 when checking out. We should not that Fabian has some pretty cool free applications in addition to his premium ones and you can check them all out in the RIMarkable BlackBerry App Store via the link below.
Boost Mobile is now offering a monthly unlimited plan on the BlackBerry Curve 8330. The device costs $249.99 and the plan is $60 per month for, pretty much, unlimited everything.